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Department of Finance PLOs

BBA in Finance

  1. Explain key tools in finance such as time value of money, risk and return, and financial statement analysis.
  2. Apply key corporate financial concepts and applications such as cost of capital, free cash flows, net present value, and capital budgeting.
  3. Acquire a working knowledge of key investment concepts such as equity valuation, capital asset pricing model, and portfolio theory.
  4. Evaluate key financial markets and institutions such as banking, financial asset classes, and the term structure of interest rates.
  5. Expand knowledge and advance understanding of fixed income markets such as interest rate risk, bond valuation, and debt financing.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate ideas, analyses, conclusions, and recommendations to finance and non-finance professionals.