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ACC-2681 - Business Finance* (3)

Prerequisite: ACC-2010  
Students examine business finance in the American economy in order to solve practical financial problems and develop a sound understanding of the theories of finance.  This course will be both theoretical in nature, and will require quantitative analysis.  Topics include: forms of business, equity and credit capital, cost of capital, ratio analysis, cash flow, capital budgeting, financial leverage, risk-reward, and time-value-of-money. 

List Course Outcomes (consistent for all sections)
CO1 - Explain the role finance plays within organizations, markets, institutions, individuals, and the economy in general.

CO2 - Calculate various financial metrics in order to evaluate the financial health of an economy, organization, project, or financial instrument.

CO3 - Compute various risk measures in order to determine the optimal risk-reward scenario.

CO4 - Analyze capital budgets in order to evaluate projects and investments.

CO5 - Assess working capital needs, and long-term capital requirements with differing capital structures in order to make sound business decisions.












































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