BUS 3710 - Financial Analysis and Applications
Examines the fundamentals of corporate financial management through the use of accounting information. Specific topics include: financial statement analysis, discounted cash flows involving the time value of money, valuation and structure of debt and equity capital both long- and short-term, working capital management, capital budgeting, and the risk-return relationship. All topics covered include the application and ethical implication on the decision-making role of financial managers in business organizations.
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Prerequisite(s): BUS 3110
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