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COURSE SYLLABUS BUS312 Fall 2009

COURSE SYLLABUS BUS312 Fall 2009 - 1 COURSE SYLLABUS...

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1 COURSE SYLLABUS Financial Statement Report & Analysis – Bus 312, Section 01 Prerequisite: BUS 110 or BUS 115; BUS 214; BUS major Fall Semester 2009 Tuesday and Thursday: 5:20 pm– 6:40pm, Harriman Hall Room 116 Instructor: Gracer Yung, Phd. CPA Candidate Office Hours: Room 301 or Adjunct Office - Harriman Hall Office Hours will be announced Personal appointment will be available your need. Teaching assistants & their office hours will be posted when available. Cell Phone : 631-897-0943 E-Mail: [email protected] [email protected] Bulletin Description A review of corporate annual reports and related footnote disclosures from the perspective of the various users of financial statements including management, investors, and creditors. The analysis and assessment of operational business performance, trends, and decision making through the use of financial statements are discussed. Specific review of the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows, financial ratios, budgeting forecasts, and analysis. Course Materials Required: Financial Statement Analysis, 10 th edition, by Wild, Subramanyam and Halsey
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2 Recommendation: CFO Free Subscription, Subscribe at www.cfo.com . This magazine provides more information about financial market, accountant regulation and other valuable business analysis. Course Overview & Objective: The main objective of this course is to develop your analytical ability to use financial information in various economic decision-making situations. Specific topics include: analyzing and adjusting financial numbers for the purpose of financial analysis; evaluating earnings quality; profitability analysis; cash flow analysis; credit analysis; and equity valuation.
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