BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONCODE:BUA 215TITLE:FinanceDIVISION:Liberal ArtsCOURSEDESCRIPTION:This course examines money, the Federal Reserve System, andfinancial management. It includes capital budgeting, financial analysis, and the use ofcash-flow analysis. Students analyze loan application forms, annual reports, and newsecurities prospectus reports.PREREQUISITE:ACC 113CREDITS:3 cr.REQUIREDMATERIALS(CHECKBOOKSTORE FORLATESTEDITION):Click on the bookstore for the supplies which you are attending each class.Rcbc.edu/bookstoreCOURSELEARNINGOUTCOMES:Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:Understand the financial structure of a business to make better financial decisions.Recognize relationships among financial documents and money managementactivities.Develop a personal balance sheet and cash flow statement.Create and implement different types of budgets.Differentiate among various types of credit.Explain how to evaluate stock investments.Use various sources of financial information that can reduce risks and increaseinvestment returns.GENERALEDUCATIONOUTCOMES INTHISCOURSE:Written and OralCommunication: Communication* Students will logically and persuasively support theirpoints of view or findings.
Quantitative Knowledge andSkills: Mathematics* Students will logically solve problems using theappropriate mathematical technique.Technological Competency orInformation Literacy:Technology* Students will demonstrate the skills required to find,evaluate, and apply information to solve a problem.Global and Cultural Awareness:Diversity* Students will be able to compare and contrast culturalnorms from diverse populations.* Students will be able to explain how communicationand culture are interrelated.