Students have to hold a bachelor degree (180 ECTS) or equivalen in one of the following disciplines: Business, Management, Marketing, Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, Electrical engineeing, Physics, Health, Energy, Fisheries or Biotechnology.
This course teaches prospective entrepreneurs the fundamentals of finance as it applies to the new or young venture. Topics include development of pro forma financial statements for income statement, cash flow analysis, business valuation, and raising capital. This course will provide students with an integrated knowledge and skills drawn from entrepreneurship, accounting, finance and management.
Objective of the course
Students who have successfully completed the course should have achieved the following learning outcomes:
Knowledge and comprehension:
The course should prepare the student to:
Recommended (but not required) textbook
Entrepreneurial Financial Management: An Applied Approach by Jeffrey R Cornwall (Author), David O Vang (Author), Jean M Hartman (Author) http://www.amazon.com/Entrepreneurial-Financial-Management-Applied-Approach/dp/0765627264
Another textbook edited by our colleague named Bernt Arne Bertheussen in PDF will be provided free of charge.