FI 100 Financial Management
Introduces financial analysis and management in terms of its most important functions: raising funds at minimum cost and risk and allocating those funds between competing short- and long-term uses. Topics include financial statement analysis, discounted cash flow analysis, financial markets and interest rate determination, stock and bond valuation models, capital budgeting methodologies and working capital management. Concepts of risk and return, cost of capital calculation and capital structure are introduced. Prerequisite(s): ACCTG 1A and MATH 20 or MATH 30 .
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