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FIN 5300
Business Finance Concepts
Three semester hours.
This course provides an analysis of the significant areas of financial planning and control, working capital and fixed asset management, and the identification and acquisition of funds in the money and capital markets. Also covered are employment of financial techniques as aids in business decision making relative to balancing the liquidity-profitability objectives of a firm. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and ACC 5300 or equivalent.

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