Accounting and Finance
Accounting is the language of business and financial management is critical to the survival of businesses, and in this collection, students will explore both.
In accounting, students will learn how to read and interpret financial statements and recognise the importance of understanding and managing costs. In financial management, students will learn how investment appraisal and valuation works as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using different forms of equity and debt.
All the knowledge gained by taking this module will put students at an advantage in any business meeting and benefit their future career.
Introduction to Accounting
Measuring and Reporting Financial Position
Measuring and Reporting Financial Performance
Accounting for Limited Companies
Measuring and Reporting Cashflows
Analysing and Interpreting Financial Statements
The Relevance and Behaviour of Costs
Sources of Finance: Managing Working Capital
The Economy, the Markets and the Firm
Time Value of Money
Valuing Bonds and Stocks
Alternative Investment Evaluation Criteria
Decision Making and Project Analysis
Sources of Corporate Financing
Entrepreneurial Finance and Issuing Securities
Investment Evaluation Using NPV Analysis