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Course Overview

The course is the application of basic financial management techniques focusing on the financial aspects of starting and running a business. The core financial aspects of business entrepreneurship and problems encountered by those starting and running a small business are covered through the discussion of financial topics, including working capital management, time value of money, financial statements, small business administration programs, succession planning, financing options, and alternative solutions to commonly discovered problems.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: BUS 351 and Business Administration or Accounting majors only, or permission of department.

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