FINC 1307 PERSONAL FINANCE

14 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
A study of the problems of personal financial management. Topics include savings, risks, investment considerations, insurance, taxation, governmental programs in financial planning, etc. Also recommended for non-business majors. Not open to students who have credit for FIN 367.

FINC 3310 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
This course will explore the structure of the financial system with emphasis on the role, operations, and regulations of financial institutions and markets, including international. The nature, participants, instruments, and relationships of the money and capital markets will be examined. Only students who have successfully completed sixty or more semester credit hours are permitted to take 300-400 level business courses by correspondence.

FINC 3320 BUSINESS FINANCE IN REVISION

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
Prerequisites: ACCT 2302/232 and MATH 1324/199 or MATH 1420/142 OR 1314/170
A study is made of financial principles as applied to management of funds, capital budgeting, sources of funds, techniques of financial analysis, cost of capital, financial leverage, capital structure, forecasting financial needs, management of working capital, financial policies, analysis and regulation of security issues, and international finance. Only students who have successfully completed sixty or more semester credit hours are permitted to take 300-400 level business courses by correspondence.


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