Bala Arshanpalli, Ph.D.
School of Business and Economics
Office: MP 1126
Online Course Offered:
Fall, Spring Semesters
This online course will help you understand the theory of financial management and its applications in business. Basic accounting concepts and their use in financial statement analysis are discussed. Discounted cash flow and rate-of-return analysis are used to evaluate projects. Issues of Capital Structure and Dividend Policies are discussed. Break-even analysis is employed to measure the impact of changes in volume and costs. An introduction to scenario analysis, short- and long-term financial management, international finance, and operating budgets and their preparation is provided
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Instructor: Bala Arshanapalli, Ph.D.
Office: Dunes Med/Prof Building 1126
Phone: (219) 980-6919