BUA452: Financial Analysis and Valuation

About This Course

 Financial Statement Analysis is a key technique used throughout the financial services industry. This course   is a study of the tools and techniques used for the determination of the intrinsic value of a public corporation. Particular emphasis in the course will be given to: financial reporting mechanics and standards, assessing past and future financial performance, long-lived assets and long-term liabilities, and the assessment of financial reporting quality. 

Course At A Glance

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Business Administration

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Course Prerequisites

3 credit hours

BUA335: Principles of Finance

A study of the financial evaluation of interest, the time value of money, valuation of stocks and bonds, risk and return analysis, balance sheet analysis, and capital budgeting techniques.

3 credit hours

BUA342: Investments

 Investigation of various investments. Primary emphasis on financial assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and insurance. Study of financial markets. 

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