Because virtually every business situation involves numbers, it follows that business professionals should be numbers- proficient. Mathematical topics will focus principally on the theory of the time-value of money and will include the calculation of amortization schedules, internal rates of return, net present value, financial ratios and forecasting. The course will also include a review of algebraic skills and graphing as applied to business settings. The Hewlett Packard HP 10b II, or a calculator with financial functions is recommended for this course. 4 crs.
This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. View this catalog.