Introduction to Financial Management
BAM 313 Introduction to Financial Management
3 Semester Units
Introduction to Financial Management introduces students to the elementary principles and motives of financial management and covers basic fundamental principles of short-term financing, time value of money, risk, value, and cost. Students will be able to understand the interrelationships underlying the various data and techniques in which financial decisions are based, analyze financial data, and apply basic concepts to make confident financial decisions in their respective business futures.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Understand the scope and environment of financial management.
- Comprehend the valuation of financial assets.
- Discuss investment in long term assets.
- Analyze capital structure and dividend policy.
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