Course Descriptions

Finance

FIN 300
Applied Concepts in Accounting and Finance
3 credits

This course is an applications-based approach to the study of accounting and finance for the non-business major. Topics will include the preparation and basic analysis of financial statements (with emphasis on the income statement and balance sheet), the time value of money, cash and capital budgeting, financing the organization, and cost/volume/profit relationships also known as break-even analysis. The course assumes no prior knowledge of accounting or finance.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 122 and MAT 205