Who is this class for: Learners who want an introduction to the key financial statements companies use to summarize their financial performance and position, and who wish to learn about the financial tools that facilitate comparison between companies. This course also describes some of the limitations in relying on published financial statements to assess the performance of a company, and introduces the critical concept of 'discounted cash flow' analysis as a key tool in financial decision-making.


Created by:  The University of Melbourne

  • Paul Kofman

    Taught by:  Paul Kofman, Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics

    Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce

  • Sean Pinder

    Taught by:  Sean Pinder, Associate Professor

    Faculty of Business and Economics
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Commitment4-6 hours/week
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How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 575 ratings

easy to understand and learn for non-financial ppl

fenomenal

Great overall course.

The material and information are very well structured, I would totally recommend this course.