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Accounting

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

Finance

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

FSC

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

HRI

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

Management

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

Management Information Systems

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

Marketing

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 720
Title Foundations of Finance
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Financial Accounting for Managers (ACC720)

Description

This course introduces theory and application of concepts related to corporate financial management decisions. Topics include agency relationship, financial statement analysis, risk-return relationship, time value of money, asset valuation models, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, and financial ethics.