Offered by Department of Accounting/Finance
College of Business and Technology

FIN Courses

FIN 803 - Independent Study of Business - 1-3 hours
Students work individually in selecting and developing teaching projects or research studies that are of particular interest and significance to them.
FIN 809 - Financial Administration - 3 hours
Continuation of the study of financial management concepts with an emphasis on the theory behind these concepts and their practical application.
FIN 860 - Accounting/Finance Seminar - 3 hours
Significant literature is critically analyzed, pertaining specifically to the substantive content, methodology and use of accounting information in managerial decision making and the design of information systems.
FIN 876/876P - Short-Term Financial Management - 3 hours
Prereq: FIN 308*
The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the principles and techniques of working capital analysis and management. Topics include inventory, accounts receivable and cash systems management, credit and collection systems, and payables and short-term financing analysis and management.
FIN 880/880P - Investments - 3 hours
Prereq: FIN 308*
Theory and analysis of investment vehicles including stocks, bonds and money market investments. Analysis of portfolio construction.
FIN 882/882P - Case Studies in Financial Management - 3 hours
Prereq: FIN 408*, FIN 476*, FIN 880/880P*
(Finance 482 is the senior 'capstone' course for the Finance emphasis, and students should not take the course unless they have completed the intended preliminary courses in the Finance curriculum.)
Financial analysis and decision-making using advanced case studies of business and some specialized organizations.
FIN 899 - Finance Topics - 3 hours
In-depth coverage of selected problems and topics of current interest. Course consists of class discussion and special projects. Topics vary each semester depending on instructor and current issues.

* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is required prior to this immediate prerequisite.

11 Jan 2010