Capitalizing upon the accounting principles learned in the Managerial and Environmental Accounting course, this course will provide students with an opportunity to learn important sustainable finance concepts within organizational, national and international amplitude. In addition to traditional financial management constructs (e.g., assets, liabilities, liquidity, management and other ratios), the course will place particular emphasis upon the macroeconomics (e.g., fiscal and monetary policy) and international (e.g., spot and forward exchange markets) dimensions of finance. Consistent with the program's emphasis on advanced quantitative, modeling and decision-making skills, great emphasis will be placed upon financial planning, forecasting and analysis in a TBL perspective. Prerequisites:SUS 515 is recommended, especially for students with no background in accounting or finance. 4 crs.
This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. View this catalog.