APS 6312: Finance for Non-financial Managers

This course explores organizational finance from the lens of a non-financial manager, helping students gain an applied understanding of financial and accounting concepts and the role finance plays in the economic viability of a business. Students will learn to construct financial statements and use these tools to strategically determine the overall business financial health. Students will forecast possibilities for future growth in relation to costs associated with operational expenses and the cost of capital. Students will review basic economic frameworks and complete case studies focusing on the connection of global economic influences to company and industry financial indicators. Specific topics include financial analysis; planning, forecasting, and budgeting; cash flow, and strategic financing.

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