ADFN 104801 Personal Finance: Your Money and How to Use It
Course provides an overview of all aspects of personal financial management including budgeting, retirement planning, life and health insurance, income taxes, auto and real estate transactions, estate planning and personal investments (stocks, bonds and mutual funds.) Challenging market conditions over the past years, financial, housing and economic crisis, excessive risk taking and the unraveling of Ponzi schemes (such as Madoff) have highlighted the need for all investors to better understand and manage their personal finances in order to make prudent decisions and leverage increasingly sophisticated and complex financial products. Course provides a foundation to further one’s knowledge and understanding of a broad range of personal finance topics.
Mon 6:15–9:15, Aug 31–Dec 14, Vincent Starck
ADFN 304101 Principles of Financial Management
Prerequisite: Financial Accounting or equivalent.
Introduces financial markets and how they work or crash (as in 2008). Examines how corporations raise capital in the financial markets and decide upon its deployment in the enterprise. Topics treated extensively include the time value of money, valuing bonds, valuing stocks, risk/return/risk management, capital budgeting, financial analysis of corporations, working capital management and international financial management.
Wed 6:15–9:15, Sept 2–Dec 16, Francis Fallon
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