BUS 6400 - The Financial Environment
Provides a general understanding of corporate financial management and financial accounting, including the introduction of key concepts in the field of finance and the environment in which they are applied. Students learn how to gauge the financial health of their company and to measure and understand financial return in relation to risk. Capital budgeting and management of working capital are also discussed. The course emphasis is on the familiarization of the student with the financial impact of decision making in the corporate environment.
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Prerequisite(s): BUS 6780
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