GBUS-400 Business, Accounting and Finance
Fall for 2016-2017
Spring for 2016-2017
This course is designed for non-business majors who have no prior formal training in financial management or accounting. It focuses in detail on basic finance and accounting techniques and will help students to develop a set of accounting and finance skills that can be applied to a variety of business problems. Course topics include the scope and nature of financial management, the tax environment of business, fundamentals of accounting, techniques of financial analysis and control, working capital management, and long-term investment and financing decisions. Case studies will be used.

Students who complete ACCT-390 should not enroll in ACCT-001.

BSFS (Jr. & Sr. Only), MSFS, MPP, Others with permission of IBD.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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Spring '17: Solomon G (file download)
Spring '17: Solomon G (file download)
Fall '16: Solomon G (description, file download)
Fall '16: Solomon G (description, file download)
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