BAM 513 Financial Management
3 Semester Units
Financial Management is intended to be a practical guide for students with little to no prior knowledge in financial management. Through the use of real-world examples and case studies, financial concepts are applied and reviewed as they relate to various areas of business. Finally, the course is designed to help aspiring nonfinancial managers and executives to communicate better with financial managers, accountants, and controllers within their organizations.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Provide nonfinancial managers with insight into the various activities of a firm that affect cash flows.
- Assist current and future managers in developing the analytical skills necessary for evaluating business problems and opportunities from a financial perspective.
- Help nonfinancial managers better understand key concepts related to some of the major decisions facing financial managers.