FIN 5190 Financial Management
(3 semester hours credit)
This course broadens the student’s perception of the role of the financial function in informing and executing business strategy. Students increase their comfort level in working with and discussing basic financial concepts and performance indicators at all levels of the organization. Students expand prior critical thinking skills and knowledge to apply “what-if” analyses, and to identify and optimize risk-reward tradeoffs leaders must make in results-oriented business planning and operations. The course places special emphasis on capital management, asset valuation, and economic value creation.
Recommended Prerequisites: DAT 5140, ACC 5110