BAFI2109 - Financial Management
BAFI2109 Financial Management 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites None
Goal This course aims to treat the introductory topics and issues in finance that are of concern to the managers and all those in need to acquire practical mathematical skills to make financial decisions
The objectives of this course are:

  1. To further the understanding of accounting, business, economics and mathematics.
  2. Students will be able to learn how to use financial statements and how to plan appropriate action.
  3. Also, they will learn how to prepare budgets, analyze investment options, and determine the best means of financing business endeavors.
  4. Furthermore, students of this course will discover ways of assessing both the return and the risk involved in a firm's finance decisions.
  5. The focus will be on solving practical business problems, similar to those will be encountered in the workplace.
The students should be able to:

  1. Recognize the role of financial management within the organization and with regard to average stakeholders.
  2. Read, interpret and create standard financial statements.
  3. Analyze financial statements to evaluate and forecast.
  4. Manage and evaluate a firm's working capital.
  5. Use the time value of money to value the cost of capital.
  6. Evaluate the cost of debt, preferred stock and common stock.
  7. Demonstrate the application of various capital budgeting techniques.
  8. Evaluate risk in the capital budgeting process.
  9. Demonstrate the capital markets impact on a firm's ability to raise funds.