FIN: Finance

Courses

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FIN 2000. PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE.

330

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE A study of business finance in the American economy, money, monetary systems, monetary standards, flow of funds, sources of funds, money markets, capital markets, savings, channeling savings into investments, corporate financial structures, financing large businesses, financing small businesses, financing real estate, public finance, fiscal policies, international finance, and international finance, and international financial policies.

FIN 2010. PERSONAL INVESTMENTS.

330

PERSONAL INVESTMENTS Introduction of securities markets, types of personal investments, research tools, investment strategies and portfolio management.

FIN 2051. INTERNATIONAL FINANCE.

330

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE Pre-requisite: Minimum grade of C in GEB 1350 This course is designed for the student to learn the basic concepts and principles of international finance, with consideration of the financial environment, transactions, and flows. Exchange rates, risks, and government policies affecting business are analyzed as well as management policies and decisions.

FIN 2100. PERSONAL FINANCE.

300

PERSONAL FINANCE Introduction to personal financial planning, including personal financial management, taxes, risk management, investments, retirement planning and estate planning.

FIN 3402. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING.

330

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING Prerequisite: Admission to the B.A.S degree in Business and Organizational Leadership, and a minimum grade of C in one of the following courses: MAC 1105, or APA 1111C, or ACG 2021C, or FIN 2000, or MGF 1106, or MGF 1107, or MTB 1103. The students will learn to apply their financial skills and decision-making ability to address financial issues in a business environment. They will learn how financial markets influence their decisions and the role of financial intermediaries in these markets. Emphasis will be placed on financial and capital budgeting, working capital management, short and long term financing, valuation of the firm, and overall capital structure. The course will require the student to apply the time value of money through the use of present and future value scenarios.