This course introduces students to the principles and practices of finance applied in the business environment. The course provides a survey of the important aspects of financial management, practice, and policy faced by industry executives and practitioners providing consultative services. Provision of financial services is a common adjunct to public accounting practices, accounting executives, and accountants.
Identify the financial management objectives of an organization.
Explain ethical considerations in financial reporting.
Prepare ratio analyses from financial statements.
Evaluate the financial performance of an organization.
Working Capital Management
Explain the importance of working capital management.
Make financial decisions using working capital concepts.
Time Value of Money (TVM) and Capital Structure
Calculate an organization's degree of operating and financial leverage.
DetermineÂ an organization's optimal capital structure.
Calculate the cost of various debt and equity instruments.
Apply TVM techniques to financial decision making.
DescribeÂ the tools used to manage risk in international finance.
Analyze the role of financial intermediaries within the domestic financial system.
Capital Budgeting Techniques
Make capital investment decisions using capital budgeting techniques.
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