Financial Management   [Archived Catalog]
2022-2023 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring addendum

FIN 401 - Financial Management

3 Credit(s)
This course provides the basic skills an organization utilizes to conduct fundamental financial analysis, including key financial rations, including: break-even analysis, net present value calculations, internal rates of return, as well as the use of basic financial ratios in managerial decision-making.  Students are also introduced to sensitivity analysis and how to adjust their analysis based on risk factors in the decision process.  Perspectives on global finance are also examined, as are the decision making around social responsibility and ethics in financial decision making. Prerequisite(s): ACC 202  and ECO 201