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1 FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing Spring/2010 I. Locator Information: Instructor: Dr. Baeyong Lee Course # and Name: FINC 560D3 – Foundation of Finance Office Location: SBE 361 Semester Credit Hours: 3 Hours Office hours: MW 08:00-10:00 AM and 12:50 -01:50 PM and F 8:00-10:00 AM or by appointment Day and Time Class Meets: Online Office Phone: 672-1488 Email address: [email protected] FSU Policy on Electronic Mail: Fayetteville State University provides to each student, free of charge, an electronic mail account ( [email protected] ) that is easily accessible via the Internet. The university has established FSU email as the primary mode of correspondence between university officials and enrolled students. Inquiries and requests from students pertaining to academic records, grades, bills, financial aid, and other matters of a confidential nature must be submitted via FSU email. Inquiries or requests from personal email accounts are not assured a response. The university maintains open-use computer laboratories throughout the campus that can be used to access electronic mail. Rules and regulations governing the use of FSU email may be found at II. Course Description: This course surveys the fundamental financial concepts and principles including the role of the financial manager, valuation models, basic risk and return concepts, and capital budgeting, capital structure theory, dividend policy, working capital management, and financial planning and control. III. Disabled Student Services: In accordance with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ACA) of 1990, if you have a disability or think you have a disability to please contact the Center for Personal Development in the Spaulding Building, Room 155 (1 st Floor); 910- 672-1203. IV. Textbook and Financial Calculator: 1. Textbook Gitman, Lawrence J., Principles of Managerial Finance, 12/E Addison-Wesley, (2008). ISBN: 978-0-321-52413-3 2. Financial Calculator: The recommended calculator for the class is the Texas Instruments BA-II Plus. It is one of the cheaper financial calculators on the market and is used in other finance courses. If you prefer you can use Excel in place of the calculator, but some of you may find the calculator easier to use to take timed exams. V. Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: Define the major areas of finance, explain the goal of financial management, and identify the career opportunities available in the field.
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2 Describe the relationship between financial institutions and markets, and the role and operations of financial markets. Use financial ratios to analyze the firm’s performance and market value.
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