BUS 226 - Finance (3)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or above, or with permisson; ACC 103  and ECO 203  required. Strongly recommended: ACC 104  and BUS 215 .
A survey of financial concepts and analytical tools used by domestic and international businesses. This course includes financial mathematics, financial and operational planning and management, and long-term investment analysis, including cost of capital and capital budgeting. When appropriate, spreadsheet applications are integrated into this course. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to 1) use analytical and creative thought processes to analyze financial decisions; 2) identify and understand the finance component of the business environment; 3) identify and understand the relationship between the finance function and other functions in business; 4) convey both simplistic and complex financial information using appropriate terminology and language, and presentation methodology; and 5) recognize ethical issues involved in various financial situations.

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