Class Schedule

FIN200 Section E - 2014 Fall Term

FIN200: Principles of Finance - 4 Hours

Prerequisites: ACC101; ACC105; 1 of MAT130, MAT138, MAT140, MAT145, MAT150, MAT160, MAT161, MAT170

An analysis of the factors governing financial management. The course examines the management of short-term assets, the sources and cost of long-term capital investment, and investment decision-making factors. Students acquire a knowledge of how to utilize accounting data from financial statements in financial analysis by deriving cash and capital budgets, forecasting sales and expense, and discounting capital investments. Students gain an understanding of the role of financial management for both domestic and international firms. In addition, the students will study the role of the Federal Reserve in the U.S. economic system.

Nicole A. Voelker

Nicole A. Voelker
Title: Adjunct Faculty
Dept: Accounting
Office: (not available)
Phone: (309) 692-4092
Fax: (309) 692-3893

Section Information

Section: E
Format: eLearning
Time: eLearning
LMS: Joule
Seats Filled: 4 of 20

Sections Offered

2014 Winter Term (November 10th, 2014–February 15th, 2015)
Course Section Instructor Location Time
FIN200: Principles of Finance E Gladfelter, Jamie Joule eLearning

Number of classes: 1