FI 315

Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis

3 Unit(s)

This course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the financial planning and analysis (FP&A) process within a corporate setting. Students will learn to develop, interpret, and analyze financial information to make informed decisions that align with the organization’s objectives. This course equips students with the tools and practical know-how to effectively and efficiently operate in an FP&A role while tying day-to-day work back to strategic thinking and seminal finance theory. The course also covers the strategic planning process, including the development of long-term financial plans and the evaluation of investment opportunities. This course prepares students for life in a corporate setting as part of a company’s finance department. Prerequisite(s): FI 300.