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ACC 807  Using Financial Statement Data for Decision-Making - An Analytics Approach

Spring of every year
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
MBA 802 or ACC 301
Recommended Background:
Intermediate financial accounting
Open to master's students in the Accounting Major or approval of department.
Frameworks and methodologies for profitability and credit risk analyses. Tools and technologies to extract large scale financial statement information for valuation and decision-making. Emphasis on using big data from real world to improve critical thinking in making investment decisions.
Effective Dates:
US22 - Open