Catalog 2021-2022


FIN 310 Financial Management

This course focuses on financial analysis and decision-making for corporations including the legal and ethical obligations of financial managers. Students use accounting information to assess a firm's performance. Time value of money and incremental discounted cash flow techniques are used to value stocks, bonds, and potential corporate investments. Students calculate the weighted average cost of capital and are learn to apply short-term financial management tools. The risk-return trade-off is introduced using a statistical framework and the Capital Asset Pricing Model. MS-Excel and a financial calculator are required.

Credit Hours: 4


AWR 101 with a "C" or better, AWR 201, ACC 202 and ACC 203, ECO 204 and ECO 205, QMB 210. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required in at at least 22 hours of 100- and 200-level required COB courses.


BAC 100.

FIN 319 Applied Finance and Accounting using Enterprise Resource Systems

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the financial and accounting features of SAP as a solution for enterprise resource planning. The cross functional nature of business processes requires an integrated view of the company. The integration between finance and other business functions are analyzed within the context of the enterprise resource system. The configuration, data and critical transactions required by financial management are demonstrated in the course.

Credit Hours: 4


FIN 310 and a minimum GPA of 2.25 in at least 22 credit hours in required 100- and 200-level required COB courses.