Personal Finance I Course #996400 Length: one sem. Credit: .5
REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
This finance course applies money and economic concepts to the development of personal financial goals and to the preparation of students for careers in which they plan, manage, and analyze the financial and monetary aspects and success of business enterprises. Skills in money management deal with the study of basic concepts ofeconomics, insurance, credit, savings, investments, and budgeting—skills needed for productive citizenship. The course may also cover such business financial matters as business cycles, opportunity costs, cost-benefit analysis, methods of financing businesses, stocks and bonds, profit and loss, and others. Better understanding of financial matters gained through this course will provide students information that will help them to avoid bankruptcy, business failure, and the stress and frustration that go with such events and to be financially successful in both personal and business situations.