fin200 | undergraduate
Introduction To Finance: Harvesting The Money Tree
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain the need for financial forecasting.
- Prepare pro forma financial statements.
Operating and Financial Leverage
- Identify the uses and limitations of leverage.
- Perform a break-even analysis.
- Determine the relationship between long-term and short-term financing.
- Evaluate alternative financing plans.
Current Asset Management
- Describe the goals of cash management.
- Demonstrate the effects of credit policy decisions.
Sources of Short-Term Financing
- Identify sources of short-term financing.
- Analyze short-term loan options.
Time Value of Money
- Describe time value of money concepts.
- Apply time value of money concepts to various scenarios.
- Apply financial management concepts to applications.
Introduction to Financial Management and Review of Accounting
- Describe the goals of financial management.
- Interpret a statement of cash flows.
- Discuss the usefulness of financial ratios.
- Calculate financial ratios.
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