Course Abstract Details
XFN-215, Financial Management
FN-215, Financial Management, is a comprehensive presentation of financial principles and techniques needed for analyzing business finance cases and for understanding investments. Topics include present value, business risk, cost of capital, capital budgeting, lease/purchase, financial statement analysis, working capital, and economic order quantity. Prerequisite: ACCT-101 and READ-099. Three lecture hours per week. Three credits. Three billable hours.
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