bba 302 financial management
This course covers financial management of the firm which includes capital budgets, the capital asset pricing model, working capital analysis, financing policy and economic value added.
- Define basic accounting concepts, terminology, and transactions.
- Illustrate the accounting cycle.
- Identify the four types of financial statements.
- Describe the impact of the regulatory and compliance environment on accounting.
- Prepare financial statements from a trial balance.
- Assess the key relationships between the basic accounting equation and the financial statements.
- Assess the key relationships between the four financial statements.
- Determine the importance of ethics and internal control programs and describe effective control techniques.
- Analyze financial statements using financial ratio analysis.
- Recognize the impact of variable costs, margins and profitability.
- Determine fixed and operating costs and the application of operating leverage.
- Describe the elements of working capital and the cash conversion cycle.
- Identify various inventory management concepts.
- Examine the concepts of receivables, payables management, and cash management.
- Explain the importance of TVM (Time Value of Money) analysis within the organization.
- Describe the different sources of capital used by organizations.
- Examine the functions of financial markets, intermediaries, and regulatory bodies.
Practical Financial Management (8th Ed.)
Publisher: Cengage (2017)
Author(s): Lasher, W.R.
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