BUS 3301: Financial Management


Financial Management is presented to bridge financial management with corporate finance. Students apply financial data for use in decision making by applying financial theory to problems faced by commercial enterprises. Introduces students to basic financial theory, financial forecasting, time value of money techniques, and risk analysis. Other areas covered involve analyzing financial statements with ratios, valuing securities, capital budgeting, and calculating weighted average cost of capital.


  1. Explain foundational finance theories.
  2. Analyze a forecast using relevant data.
  3. Apply time value of money techniques to various pricing (valuation) and budgeting problems.
  4. Apply measures of risk in financial analysis.
  5. Conduct preliminary financial statement and ratio analysis.
  6. Evaluate stock and bond valuation.
  7. Perform a capital budgeting analysis.
  8. Calculate weighted average cost of capital used in capital budgeting analysis.


  1. BUS 3620
  2. BUS 2201


Financial management: Principles and applications (Rev: 12th ed.)

Publisher: Pearson (2014)
Author: Titman, S., Keown, A. J., & Martin, J. D.,
ISBN: 978-0-13-342382-2
Price: $225.88

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