BUSA 3150 is an introduction to financial management for the business students. The course will create a solid foundation for the fundamental concepts of finance for all students in business major. The goal of the course is to introduce the core concepts of finance in a way that connects the student to his or her personal financial experience and then uses such experiences as a springboard into the world of corporate finance. Students are expected to develop the skills to make the types of comparisons among loan options, investments, projects, and so on that turn them into knowledgeable, confident financial consumers and managers. By learning to apply the core concepts of financial management, students are expected to make connections with the real world, with careers, and with different kinds of businesses.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to: