Fall 2016 Syllabus Xiangkun Yao- MW001

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University of Connecticut Financial Management, FNCE 3101 Section 00 1 Fall 201 6 MW 2 pm – 3 : 1 5pm in BUS 202 Instructor: Xiangkun Yao Phone : 860-486-6424 Office: BUS 406 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours : MW 1 2 :30pm-1:45pm SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MISSION STATEMENT : Real World, Real Learning, Real Impact. Be a globally recognized provider of exceptional managerial and business leadership through innovative experiential learning in a dynamic global business context: integrating real world education, outstanding research and strategic outreach. COURSE OBJECTIVES : This is an introductory course designed for general business students. It is also a prerequisite for students planning to major in Finance. It is designed to provide a broad understanding of basic finance principles. The course introduces techniques for effective financial decision-making. The course provides a working knowledge of concepts, tools, and applications. COURSE DESCRIPTION (from the University Catalog) : (3 credits) An introductory examination of how a business plans its needs for funds, raises the necessary funds, and invests them to attain its goals. MAJOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES : 1) Time Value of Money 2) Estimation of cash flows and cost of capital 3) Use of cash flow projections and cost of capital for project evaluation 4) Capital Structure theory and decisions 5) Properties and Valuation of Stocks, Bonds, and Preferred Stock 6) Systematic vs Unsystematic Risk and Effects of Diversification PREREQUISITES : ACCT 2101 , which may be taken concurrently; ECON 1200 or both 1201 and 1202 ; ENGL 1010 or 1011 or 2011 or 3800 ; MATH 1070Q and 1071Q or MATH 1131Q and 1070Q /1132Q or MATH 1125Q , 1126Q , and 1132Q /1070Q and STAT 1000 or 1100 ; open to juniors or higher. Not open for credit to students who have passed BADM 3730 . REQUIRED MATERIALS: Textbook: Brigham and Houston, Fundamental s of Financ ial Management , Concise 8 th Edition, Cengage Learning. You can get an e-copy of the book when you register for Aplia. See bundle options below. Software: Aplia . This software is required for the course. You will need to purchase ONE of three bundles. 1. eBook + Aplia OR 2. eBook + Aplia + paper textbook
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OR 3. eBook + Aplia + hardcover textbook Financial Calculator: A financial calculator is required for this class. Any financial calculator is acceptable; however the Texas Instruments BAII Plus is recommended and will be used for instructional purposes. If you choose to purchase a different brand/model, you are responsible for ensuring that you learn how to operate it. Several financial calculators, including the aforementioned models, are available in the UConn Bookstore.
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