Fall 2018: W, 6:00-8:00, Bowers
This course which meets,October 23-December 4)exposes students to the financial concepts used by companies to make and evaluate business decisions. The class covers key financial statements of for-profit businesses; building financial projections for a business, project, or investment; financial markets: what they are and how they operate; investors: the tools they use to evaluate potential investments; and common valuation techniques: uses and limitations. Meeting dates to be determined. Enrollment limited to sixty.
F&ES 578 is a prerequisite for:
F&ES 680: Forest and Ecosystem Finance
F&ES 953: Business and the Environment Consulting Clinic