FIN 303 Small Business Finance

Usually offered

Summer

Level

Undergraduate

Prerequisite(s)

ACCT 200 or ACCT 250
ECON 200
FIN 311
Small Business Finance is a course on the financial management of small businesses - sole proprietorships, partnerships, and small private corporations. The purposes of the course is to prepare the student to effectively plan, research, acquire, and utilize financing for a small business. Among the topics covered are economic concepts in finance; small business management functions; business organizations; elements of a business plan; financial statement analysis and forecasting; break-even analysis; working capital management; and risk management.
 
Admission to the Finance Minor or Finance Certificate program is required.

Details

Grading

Regular Grades

Units

3

Instructor(s)

Matt Haertzen