ADMS 3530 Chapter 2: (1) ADMS 3530 Course OutlineExam
Course CodeADMS 3530
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Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
School of Administrative Studies
AP/ADMS 3530 3.00 Finance
Summer 2019 (SU)
Instructors, Class Hours and Locations
Sam Alagurajah email@example.com Section A, Tuesday 11:30am – 2:30pm; HNE 031
Orlando Lopez firstname.lastname@example.org Section B, Wednesday 7:00pm – 10:00pm; HNE 031
Irvin Pestano email@example.com Section C, Thursday, 4:00pm – 7:00 pm, HNE 031
Lois King firstname.lastname@example.org Section D, Internet (online)
This course introduces students to the principles of finance and its applications. The course emphasizes
the following two concepts: the time value of money and the relationship between expected return and
risk. Topics covered include: time value of money, valuation of financial securities (e.g. bonds and
stocks), choice of new projects to undertake (i.e. capital budgeting), determination of appropriate
discount rates and working capital management. This course is both rich in content and fast in pace.
Therefore, considerable out of class work is required for each student. Problem solving technique is
essential to success in this course.
Pre-requisites and co-requisite
Students without the following pre-requisites and co-requisite will be de-enrolled.
Pre-requisites: ECON 1000, ECON 1010, ADMS 2500,
Co-requisite: ADMS 2320.
Midterm Exam 35%
Online Quizzes 10%
Learnsmart (online) Assignments 5%
Final Exam 50%
Faculty Council has established the following Grading Guidelines: The average final grade in the
course will be between 60% to 75%. Your final letter grade will be determined relative to the
grades of all other students.
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