|FIN 5820 - Financial Management|
The goal of this course is to acquaint all business students with the primary concepts and techniques of financial analysis. The course will build upon the skills obtained in accounting and economics and use those skills for making decisions regarding a firm's use of capital toward the goal of maximizing the value of the firm. It is assumed that all students are familiar with financial statements and basic statistical and economic principles. The first part of the course will develop the tools used in modern financial analysis, including financial statement analysis and valuation techniques. Latter portions will apply these tools to decision-making for long-term (capital budgeting and cost of capital) financial management for both large and small firms. Every semester. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in ECON 5010, MGT 5710, and ACC 5720.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture