Learning Outcomes: Banking and Finance BAS

  1. Demonstrate appropriate tools, techniques, and analytical methods for monetary control, monetary policy, money supply, and international banking, and financial market regulation.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  2. Evaluate capital budgeting methods including accrued and cash basis accounting, net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), capital rationing, as well as cash flow analyses and depreciation strategies.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  3. Examine and analyze the major components of the financial system including the five core principles of money and banking including commodities and fiat monies as payment systems.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  4. Examine and evaluate the principal functions and roles of banks to include domestic and international banking, financial payment systems, and the financial lending and financial planning processes.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  5. Evaluate corporate finance and financial management roles and functions to include cost of capital, capital structure, stock valuations, bonds, insurance, and mergers and acquisitions.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  6. Assess the functions of money and the evolution of payment systems in conjunction with the evaluation interest rates and yield-to-maturity. Examine the theory of rational expectations, and the efficient market hypothesis as they apply to valuation.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  7. Evaluate the time-value of money with consideration to valuation, rates of return, and the cost of capital pertaining to capital budgeting.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  8. Characterize foreign exchange protocols and rates of exchange, and demonstrate a working knowledge of derivatives, futures, options, and swaps.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
  9. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the fundamentals of capital budgeting including systematic risk analysis, equity risk premium, long-term or short-term financing and raising equity capital.
    • Supports Core Ability: Think critically and solve problems
 
 
 
 

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For questions about this program's Learning Outcomes contact:

Kimberly Greene
321-433-7727
greenek@easternflorida.edu