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Busn 379

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DeVry University
Curriculum Guide

BUSN-379: Finance

Contact Hours:| 3| | Credit Hours:| 3|

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course introduces corporate financial management and covers financial analysis, optimizing operating and financing strategies, time value of money, risk and return, cost of capital analysis, and basic capital budgeting techniques, including discounted-cash-flow analysis. Funds sources and financial-resource allocation are analyzed. Spreadsheet software packages are used to analyze data and solve case-based problems. Prerequisite: ACCT 212 / 4-4

COURSE STRATEGY2
TEACHING THE COURSE3
TERMINAL COURSE OBJECTIVES6
MASTER SYLLABUS10
POLICIES, STANDARDS, AND GUIDELINES19
SAMPLE OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT23

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Author:Roger Duckworth/Calgary
Date:September 27, 2001

Revised By:Michael T. Hamlet
Rev. Date:September 26, 2003

Revised By:Wendell W. Bragg, Instructor, DeVry University, Federal Way, WA
Rev. Date:March 21, 2005

Revised By:Michael G. Vasilou, Professor and Chair, DeVry University, Chicago, IL
Rev. Date:March 21, 2007

Revised By:Janet M. Todd, Assistant Professor, DeVry University, Ft. Washington, PA
Rev. Date:December 7, 2009

COURSE STRATEGY
SCOPE:

This course is designed to provide students, who may have little or no specialized knowledge or training in the field, with a sound working knowledge of corporate finance concepts. The course presents a managerial...

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