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Fiscal Management Finance/Tax & Budgeting

College of Graduate & Continuing Studies

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Public Organization Fin Mngt


This course introduces students to four major areas of financial concern: Preparation of budgets; creating management strategies for the organization based on the principles of strategic financial management; obtaining financial resources from issuing bonds and levying taxes; and managing cash and employee retirement funds. Students will also examine contemporary perspectives on professional ethics and ethical behavior by leaders in the public sector especially in regards to their fiduciary responsibility in investing and managing public funds.



College of Graduate & Continuing Studies

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