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FIN-630Financial Analysis of the Firm: Concepts and Applications (3)
Course Level: Graduate
This course presents finance and accounting concepts as management tools. It covers financial theory and techniques involving time value of money, valuation, and risk measurement and students develop an understanding of a firm's investment decisions and financing practices. The course also cover underlying concepts from accounting and their role in management and valuation, with additional topics from economics and statistics included as needed. Students gain a general understanding of financial and accounting concepts and principles as they relate to making basic management decisions for a firm in the areas of valuation, financial planning and investment.