(1) GENERAL INFORMATION
SCHOOL OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONS
LEVEL OF STUDY (BSc/MSc)
Financial Management II
INDEPENDENT TEACHING ACTIVITIES
WEEKLY TEACHING HOURS
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general background, special background, general knowledge specialization, skills development
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(2) LEARNING OUTCOMES
The learning outcomes of this course, knowledge and skills that will be gained, and abilities of an appropriate level that students will acquire after the successful completion of the course.
Refer to Appendix A.
The course "Financial Management" seeks to understand and familiarize students with the way in which the most important financial decisions are made in a company. For this reason the student must know and understand the following basic concepts of Financial Management: Financial Statements, Ratios, Financial Needs, Dead End, Operating Leverage, Capital Structure, Financial Leverage, Inventories, Inventories, Inventories. Credit policy, Short-term lending. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should:
1. Understand the objective purpose of financial management
2. Understand which are the organs of financial management and what are their functions
3. Familiarize yourself with the financial environment in which financial management is exercised
4. Is able to carry out financial planning and forecasting of financial needs.
5. Manages stocks and credits rationally
6. Understand how cash and bargaining is managed
7. Understand the financial structure and leverage.
The theory is based on selected chapters of theory and exercises from the proposed literature. The theoretical background of each exercise is identified with the content of the theoretical part of the course. Each time new theoretical concepts are introduced, then they are analyzed in order to better understand them and exercises are solved as an application of this theory.
Taking into account the general skills that the graduate must have acquired (as they are listed in the Diploma Supplement and are listed below) which of the following is the aim of the course ?
Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information, using the necessary technologies
Adaptation to new situations
Working in an international environment
Work in an interdisciplinary environment
Production of new research ideas
Project design and management
Respect for diversity and multiculturalism
Respect for the natural environment
Demonstration of social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity in gender issues
Exercise criticism and self-criticism
Promoting free, creative and inductive thinking
• Search, analysis and synthesis of data and information, using the necessary technologies
• Adaptation to new situations
• Decision making
• Independent or Group work
• Work in an international environment
• Exercise criticism and self-criticism
• Promoting free, creative and inductive thinking
(3) COURSE CONTENT
Financial Operation (Structure, Operation, Objectives and Maximization of Business Value) Financial Planning and Audit (Procedures, Dead End, Cash Program), Working Capital Policy (Working Capital Management, Balance Sheet Results, Balance Sheets, Balance Sheets (Balance Sheets) Management, Classification of Expenditures), Credit Management and Policy (Accounts Receivable, Evaluation of Credit Policy Changes, Credit Information), Management of Liquid and Negotiable Debt Consolidation Funds, Short-Term Financing, Financing, Structure and Leverage, Dividend Policy.
(4) TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS - EVALUATION
Face to face
USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Use of audiovisual and interactive material with the help of ICT
Support for the learning process and communication with students through the electronic platform e-class
The teaching methodologies are described in detail.
Lectures, Seminars, Laboratory Exercise, Field Exercise, Bibliography study & analysis, Tutoring, Internship (Placement), Clinical Exercise, Art Workshop, Interactive teaching, Study visits, Study work, artwork, creatio, etc
Indicate the student's study hours for each learning activity as well as the non-guided study hours according to the ECTS principles
Description of the evaluation process
Assessment Language, Assessment Methods, Formative or Concluding, Multiple Choice Test, Short Answer Questions, Essay Development Questions, Problem Solving, Written Assignment, Report / Report, Oral Examination, Public Presentation, Public Presentation, Others
Explicitly defined assessment criteria are stated and if and where they are accessible to students.
I. Written final exam (70%) which includes:
- Multiple choice questions
- Analysis of roles and stakeholders in a brief case study
- Solving problems related to the subject of the course
Comparative evaluation of theory data
II. Individual or Group Work (30%)
The purpose of the work is to test the skills developed by students in tools and services related to consumer behavior and their ability to design and implement a project as a group or independently.
Business Finance, Ross Stephen, Westerfield W. Randolph
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