Please note that after Summer 2011, the Information Systems Management department was renamed Technology & Information Management. For classes after Summer 2011, please see the TIM schedule page.
Address methods and tools for financing technology development and projects. Includes approaches for coordinating finance and accounting with strategy and operations of firm, discounted cash flow analysis, activity based costing, finanical planning, elements of financial accounting, and investment science. Taught in conjunction with ISM 230. Prerequisite(s): Economics 113 or Applied Mathematics and Statistics 131 or Computer Engineering 107 or by consent of instructor. Staff
This class has not been taught recently.
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