18 Spring FIN340A Syllabus.doc - SYLLABUS Niagara University College of Business Administration Department of Economics Finance Semester Course Number

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SYLLABUS Niagara University College of Business Administration, Department of Economics & Finance Semester: Spring 2018 Course Number and Section: FIN340A Course Title: Corporate Finance II Credit Hours: 3 Classroom: ACAD 127 Meeting Times: MW 2:30 -3:50 PM Required Text: FIN340 Custom >C< by McGraw-Hill Create ISBN: 9781307156997 Other Required Materials: Capital IQ Account Instructor Information: Name: Daniel L. Tompkins, Ph.D. Office Hours: M 1:00- 2:30 PM;; W 10:30 AM – Noon; & 1:30 -2:30  PM; F 10:00 AM – Noon; & by appointment Office Location: BISG 270 Office Phone: (716)286-8157 Fax Number: (716)286-8296 Faculty E-Mail: [email protected] This Course uses Canvas On-Line Software University Mission Statement: Niagara University educates its students and enriches their lives through programs in the liberal arts and through career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions. College of Business Mission Statement: Guided by Catholic and Vincentian traditions, we prepare current and future business profession- als to learn, serve, and lead with integrity and live an exemplary life. College of Business Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate effective presentation skills. Students will demonstrate effective writing skills. Students will demonstrate analytical skills. Students will develop valuable employment skills through internships, and community service. Departmental Mission Statement : Guided by the College of Business Administration mission, the undergraduate program creates and disseminates knowledge, fosters rich learning experiences, empowers student achievement, and inspires professional engagement in the global society. Student Learning Outcomes 1. Graduates will have effective written communication skills
2. Graduates will have effective oral communication skills 3. Graduates will be able to evaluate and understand ethical issues in business decisions 4. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to analyze information and apply critical thinking skills 5. Graduates will be proficient in using the appropriate technology and information resources for their field 6. Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the field in their concentration or major

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