This course provides a survey of the financial problems associated with the life cycle of a business firm. Topics include: financial analysis and planning, capital budgeting, cost of capital, and the sources and uses of business funds. While the emphasis is on decision making within a corporate environment, the tools taught in this course are just as relevant to other forms of business organization and to personal financial management.
Must be a Fox School of Business student or equivalent fields.
Introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics (Economics 1101/1901 and Economics 1102/1902 at Temple), statistical business analytics or probability theory (Statistics 2102, 2902, 2104, 2103, 2903, or Math 3031 at Temple), and managerial or cost accounting (Accounting 2102, 2902 or 2521 at Temple), all with a minimum grade of C-.