ACCT 2221 – Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers
(3 credits - TG) 2 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial
In order to perform in today’s complex business environment, people must be able to anticipate and assess the financial consequences of business decisions. Students will learn about analysis and integration of financial statements, capital budgeting and proposal evaluation, financial planning and cash flows, and relevant cost decision-making. Students will also be introduced to the sources and forms of financing, the management of capital structure and management of working capital.
Prerequisite: Accounting 2120 or 2121.