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BUSE 610 Financial Management


Finance is the Arts and Science of managing money. The field of finance has evolved from one that was concerned primarily with the procurement of funds to a field that encompasses the management of assets, all financing decisions, those of operations and the overall valuation of the firm. This field of study has developed from one that emphasized external analysis to one that stresses decision-making in the firm. The goals and objectives of financial decisions in the for-profit sector is wealth maximization while in the not-for-profit sector financial analysis is used to meet the organizations established mission, goals and objectives of the firm. This course will apply the tools of the financial manager in both for profit and not-for-profit organizations. [Core course]

Repeatable: N
Formerly 28-6115
Prerequisites BUSE 605 Accounting for Decision Making  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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