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FIN 2220 - Small Business Financing



Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): Satisfaction of General Studies Quantitative Literacy requirements and at least Sophomore Standing

Description: This course is an entry-level finance course recommended for non-business majors intending to start their own business at some point in their career. Basic financial and economic concepts important in the operation of a small, entrepreneurial business are considered, as well as time value of money techniques and working capital management. Creating value in the business is a major topic of study in the course. Sources of financing for the small business are also extensively presented and discussed. This course may only be used as a general elective if taken by any business major.



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