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FIN 5405 – Syllabus – OEM 2009 Program Page 1 of 3 Pages TENTATIVE COURSE SYLLABUS OEM 2009 Program Course: FIN 5405 - Financial Management Term: Summer 2008 Instructor: Dr. T. Craig Tapley Phone: (352) 392-6654 Fax: (352) 392-5237 E-Mail: [email protected] TEXTBOOK Financial Management: Theory and Practice (12 th Edition) , Eugene F. Brigham and Michael C. Ehrhardt, Thompson/South-Western, 2008, ISBN: 0-324-42269-5. CALCULATOR: You are required to have a financial calculator. The recommended calculator is the Hewlett Packard 10-B or 10-BII (newer). The HP 17-B, 12C, and 19-B will also do the job, but are more expensive. If you already have a financial calculator, make sure that it can handle Present Value, Future Value, Annuities, Internal Rate of Return, Un-Even Cash Flows, and basic statistical functions such as Mean, Standard Deviation, and Simple Linear Regression. WEBCT/VISTA : This course will make extensive use of WebCT/Blackboard. PowerPoint slides, web chapters and web extensions, solutions to end-of-chapter problems, the course project, homework assignments with solutions, and other handouts will all be posted to the class webpage. Scores on assignments and final course grades will also be posted to the “MyGrades” section of the webpage. You may access the class webpage after April 18 th by going to: http://lss.at.ufl.edu/ using your GatorLink username and password to login to WebCT/Vista, and then calling up the FIN5405 - Financial Management (Tapley) - Summer AC 2008 - Sect. 7973
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