finsb571 | Graduate
Small Business Finance
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Ratio and Financial Analyses
- Assess the health of the business through ratio analysis.
- Differentiate among forms of financial statements applicable to small business.
- Describe the cash conversion cycle and its importance to working capital management.
- Identify sources and uses of short-term financing.
- Evaluate the effect business policies have on accounts receivable and inventories.
- Analyze capital budgeting decisions based on appropriate principles and techniques.
- Analyze a capital project’s present value based on expected future net cash flows.
- Apply the Capital-Asset-Pricing Model to calculate a business’s required return.
- Outline a method for managing capital structure.
- Compare leasing with debt or equity finance.
- Explain the types and main features of long-term debt.
- Create a financial plan.
- Compare price-setting and capital rationing as tools for financial planning.
- Summarize the effect of due diligence on financial decisions.
Foundations of Finance
- Discuss principles of foundational corporate finance.
- Contrast accounting net income and cash flows.
- Compare the market value of an asset or liability with the book value.
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