Financial statement analysis focuses on the evaluation of publicly traded company financial statements and related note disclosures as well as the correlation of this historical financial data with the company's stock prices. This course helps students develop a systematic approach to analyzing reported financial data and understanding the underlying risks and possible inconsistencies across companies. Requirements of the course include interim exams and written and oral presentations of analysis.
Prerequisites: Must have completed BACC 2401 Financial Accounting with a grade of B+ or better. Also, must have completed BACC 2510 and BACC 2511 MBA Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 and 2 (1.5 credits each) with a grade of B or better. If prerequisites are met, contact academic advisor to request enrollment availability. Please note: this course will follow the official University academic calendar for fall term breaks.
• Course is primarily reserved for MS in Accounting students and therefore has limited MBA seating.