ACE 345 X - Finan Decision Indiv Sm Bus
Introduction to financial decision-making for small businesses and individuals. Examines financial statement preparation and analysis; capital structure (use of debt and equity); investment analysis and portfolio theory; time value of money; interest rates and term structure; asset markets (pricing theories); evaluation of financial risk and insurance concepts, and an introduction to credit markets and financial capital suppliers. In addition, there is a class project involving a visit to either a lender or a financial planner/advisor, and other experiences to introduce students to services and careers in financial sectors. Course Information: Prerequisite: ACCY 201 or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
Restricted to Technical Systems Management or Crop Sciences or Agr and Consumer Economics or Food and Agribusiness Management major(s) or minor(s). FAM minors need to contact Dung Quach-Wisdom at firstname.lastname@example.org for access. Restricted to sophomore, junior, and senior class standing.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate