CPST 371 - Organizational Finance

Management involves the allocation and distribution of resources as well as an ongoing knowledge of the financial impact of the local, regional and national economies. This course offers an overview of the inter-relations of money and markets, investment, and financial management. It will focus on financial analysis, design and reporting from a managerial perspective, as well as organizational issues which have a financial impact on the entity. It will concentrate on organizational finance topics with an emphasis on financial analysis, fixed income securities, stocks, projects and their valuations, corporate valuation and governance and cash distribution.Prerequisites: Restricted to students in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies. Prerequisites: CPST 243 or ECON 201, CPST 245 or ECON 202, STAT 103 or ISOM 241, CPST 310 or ACCT 201 Outcomes : At the end of this course, the student will be able to 1. Read, develop and write financial analyses for managerial roles 2. Develop concrete skills in regard to fiscal leadership 3. Analyze cash flow and financial statements 4. Describe the time value of money, bonds, and bond valuation regarding changes in interest rates 5. Evaluate risk and return, valuation of stocks and corporations, and financial options in corporate finance 6. Apply the cost of capital and cash flows to capital budgeting 7. Describe how local, regional and national economies impact the success of the allocation of financial resources. Class Notes: CPST courses are restricted to students in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies. CPST 371-700N is an online section. Required synchronous sessions will be held Mondays 6-9PM CST and one session Friday 9/6 for holiday make-up class. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites : CPST 243 or ECON 201; CPST 245 or ECON 202; STAT 103 or ISOM 241; CPST 310 or ACCT 201: (C- grade) ; Restricted to students in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
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