BUS M 201
Prerequisite:ACC 200 (Principles of Accounting) or equivalent.
Description:Financial statement analysis, financial planning, sources of financing, working capital management, risk and return, and valuation.
- An Introduction to Finance: Finance Fields, Careers, and the Big Picture
- Accounting and Financial Statement Review: A Finance Perspective
- Ratio Analysis: Financial Statement Analysis and Free Cash Flows
- Financial Forecasting: Pro Forma Statements and Cash Budgets
- The Time Value of Money: Compounding and Discounting
- Bond Valuation: Fixed Income Analysis
- Stock Valuation: Understanding Equity
- Capital Budgeting Decision Criteria: Payback, NPV, and IRR
- The Cost of Capital: WACC Attack
- Leverage: The Two-Edged Sword
- Risk and Return: The Key Trade-Off
- Capital Budgeting: Cash Flows and Other Topics
- Firm Valuation: Valuing the Whole Enchilada
- Entrepreneurial Finance: A New Perspective
- Personal Finance: Applications for Everyday Life
- Microfinance: Using Capitalism to Alleviate Poverty
Online Courses:Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.
Notes:For nonmanagement majors. Please note that the accounting prerequisite (or the equivalent) is a must! This course will be very hard to pass without it. A business calculator is required for this course (HP-10B/TI BAII+ or equivalent / better).
No Materials required for this course!