BB-397 Principles of Finance
Contemporary Issues in Information Systems uses a mixture of textbook assignments, cases, and Internet research to highlight the key issues faced by managers in developing global IS and IT strategies. The material will develop an understanding of market assessment and market entry issues. It will...more
- Course ID: BB-426
- Start Date: 05/05/2018
- Duration: 8 weeks
- Method of Instruction: Online
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Contemporary Issues in Information Systems uses a mixture of textbook assignments, cases, and Internet research to highlight the key issues faced by managers in developing global IS and IT strategies. The material will develop an understanding of market assessment and market entry issues. It will equip the student with an appreciation for the idiosyncrasies involved with the planning and implementation of marketing, along with the marketing mix strategies that come into play. The student will be exposed to both domestic and international aspects and issues related to marketing which will help to develop the problem-solving skills that are required for this style of business.
Mr. Aitua Ogiamien has over 15 years of experience in the fields of technology and business. Starting his own business in 2003, he managed a referral-only-based consultation company that assisted s
- Explain what finance entails and why everyone should have an understanding of basic financial concepts
- Describe how the finance discipline has changed during the past century
- Explain in general how value is measured and what it means to maximize value.
- Explain what it means to be sustainable and how making appropriate financial decisions promotes sustainability.
- Explain why there are so many different types of financial instruments.
- Describe the types of debt that exist and their characteristics.
- Explain what bond ratings are and why they are important.
- Describe equity and some of the features and characteristics of equity.
The Big Picture
How this course ties into your program outcomes:
|Critical Thinking||Technological & Analytical||Communication||Application & Evaluation|
I = Introduced
D = Developed
M = Demonstrated at the Mastery level suitable for graduation