The language of finance flows logically from accounting, building upon the concepts of ratio analysis and financial statement interpretation, as well as the compilation of statistical data. This course is an introduction to finance, exposing the student to the application of management theories and procedures related to financial data analyses, financial forecasting, working capital management, and capital markets. This course is accepted as a pre-requisite for the Canadian Professional Accountant Advanced Certificate in Accounting and Finance (CPA – ACAF) program.
Pre-requisite: ACTG 2000, COMP 2110, MATH 2500
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The course cost is located within the Schedule section below.