SyllabusFIN380Fa2010PP - Professor: Office: SYLLABUS FIN...

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SYLLABUS FIN 380 - Financial Management Fall 2010 Professor: Susan J. Crain, Ph.D. E-mail: [email protected] Office: 318 Glass Hall Office Phone: 836-6470 Office Hours: Tuesday Thursday 9:30 – 11:00 am & 2:00 – 3:15 pm (or by appointment) Course Description : “A study of the function of finance in the business enterprise. Methods, policies, and institutions involved in business financing.” Prerequisites : ACC 201, ACC 211, ECO 155, ECO 165, and QBA 237 Required textbook : Fundamentals of Corporate Finance by Ross, Westerfield, and Jordan, 9th ed., McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2010. Required Financial Calculator : Texas Instruments BAII Plus Course Objectives : This course is intended to provide all business majors with a basic understanding of financial markets as well as an introduction to the terminology, theories, and decision tools used in the areas of corporate financial management and investments. Students in all fields will gain an understanding of how financial decisions impact a business at all levels and how finance is related to the other decision areas within the business structure. Discussion also includes the application of the concepts at a personal level as they relate to individual investment and financing decisions. Topics covered in the course include time value of money, capital budgeting, security valuation, the risk/return trade-off, portfolio theory, working capital management, and international markets. Attendance Policy : Students should be aware that there is a direct correlation between poor attendance and low grades. Although no points are given for attendance, it may be a factor in the determination of borderline grades at the conclusion of the course. Grading : Exam 1 140 Exam 2 140 Exam 3 135 Exam 4 135 Comprehensive Final 300 Clicker Quizzes 75 Homework 75 Total possible 1000 Grading Scale A 91.00%+ A- 90.00 – 90.99% B+ 87.00 – 89.99% B 83.00 – 86.99% B- 80.00 – 82.99% C+ 77.00 – 79.99% C 73.00 – 76.99% C- 70.00 – 72.99% D+ 69.00 – 69.99% D 60.00 – 68.99% F Below 60% XF grades are assigned to reflect academic dishonesty Incomplete grades are given only in extremely unusual circumstances when most course requirements were completed. They are at the instructor’s discretion A grade of “W” will be assigned if a student drops the class before the drop deadline ( Nov. 12 ). The instructor cannot grant drops or “W” grades after that date
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If you drop this class by the drop deadline (Nov. 12, 2010) then you will receive a grade of “W.” You may not drop after the drop deadline. If you do not properly drop the class by the
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