2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    Apr 18, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ACCT 6133 - Financial Analysis and Management for the Energy Industry

Credits: 3

This course is focused on understanding the costs and benefits of various forms of capital. By examining internal and external management issues, students will be able to assess alternative capital sources to achieve their strategic objectives. Topics, such as risk management, arbitrage, hedging and foreign exchange risk, will be covered. The course will introduce effective investor communication techniques, and cover managerial tools of the trade including energy geoeconomic analysis and asset valuation. The course will discuss topics on world energy markets, demand, supply, refining, marketing, forecasting, risk management, national v. international oil companies, and transportation. An introduction to environmental economics will help connect the energy industry to sustainable enterprise.

Prerequisites: ACCT 5923  and FIN 5803 

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