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...Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico Recinto Metropolitano Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas Departamento de Economía Programa de Finanzas Prontuario I. Información General Título del Curso Código y Número Crédito Término Académico Profesor Horas de Oficina Teléfono Oficina Correo Electrónico II. : : : : : : : : Finanza Gerencial FINA 2100 Tres (3 créditos) 2016-33 Antonio J. Fernós Sagebién por acuerdo previo (787) 250-1912 Ext. 2493 ajfernos@intermetro.edu Descripción del Curso: Estudio de los principios básicos y contemporáneos de la administración financiera y su utilización en la toma de decisiones. Énfasis en el uso de los modelos matemáticos para determinar el valor presente y futuro de las inversiones. Utilización de técnicas para evaluar el financiamiento de los activos de la empresa, el riesgo y el rendimiento de proyectos. Análisis de la estructura y el costo de capital. Requisito: ACCT 1162. III. Objetivos del Curso: A. Terminales 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Identificar los objetivos y funciones principales del campo de las finanzas. Reconocer la importancia del rol de la finanza gerencial en un sistema económico moderno de libre empresa. Aplicar los diferentes conceptos y modelos en la solución de problemas financieros. Aplicar las técnicas de evaluación y análisis para la toma de decisiones financieras y de inversión. Aplicar las técnicas de......

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