Syllabus Fin Mgmt Spring 2008

Syllabus Fin Mgmt Spring 2008 - Syllabus for Financial...

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Syllabus for Financial Management BUS 4243 TWU Spring 2008 Professor: Mark O. Tengesdal Associate Professor of Finance Office: CFO 409 Phone: ext. 2113 Email: mtengesdal@twu.edu Office hours: I enjoy working with students individually. Please feel welcome to come visit me during my office hours: Wed. 8:45 – 9:15 a.m. or by appointment. Finance Tutor: Minyu Sun Phone: ext. 2484 Class meetings: Monday and Wednesday 9:30 – 10:50 a.m. ASB 202 Textbook and Aplia: In this course, you will use an online supplement to the textbook. Please see Aplia’s “Student Registration and Payment Instructions” on the last page of this syllabus. The textbook is: Brigham, Eugene F. and Joel F. Houston, Fundamentals of Financial Management: Concise Fifth Edition (Harcourt, Inc., 2007). BUS 4243, Financial Management uses this same book. In addition, you will receive handouts. Recommended Reading: Anyone interested in a career related to Business, or who is interested in such a subject for personal reasons, will greatly benefit from reading relevant journals such as the following: The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, The Economist. Course Description and Instructional Objective: This course presents concepts and tools needed for basic financial decision-making in a corporate environment. The techniques covered are those that allow the financial manager to make choices that are consistent with the primary financial goal of the firm, which is the maximization of shareholder wealth. Prerequisites: BUS 2043 and BUS 2053 or equivalent, Math 1703, Math 2203, and BUS 3053 or equivalent.
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Homework: Homework assignments are due on Aplia according to the schedule. I will not accept late homework. Each student is responsible for his or her own work. It is imperative that you are able to solve homework problems quickly and accurately in order to do well on the exams. Do not put off homework ; it will be difficult to keep up with the class if you do. Each chapter’s homework will make up 10 points of the relevant exam.
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