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Financial statement analysis has many applications, including the evaluation of department and senior management performance, accounting compliance, and the profitability of business activities. Accounting principles, economic theory and empirical research are integrated to provide a framework for analysis. Students will be introduced to the concepts of analyzing and evaluating accrual-based financial statements using various analytical methods including ratio analysis and market comparisons. ROI, equity, and credit analysis will also be covered. Many of the topics discussed in this class will be relevant to the CFA Level I Exam.

Note: prerequisites: Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants and Finance Management.

Course Number: BUSA-40130
Credit: 4.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: AccountingBusiness ManagementFinance

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