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FIRE 201. Introduction to Money Management

Credits: 3
Department: Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
Description: Managing personal wealth. Making the most of available financial resources through informed decisions about saving, investing, borrowing, and use of insurance to manage risks.
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Identify the necessary inputs needed to structure and solve a variety of personal finance problems necessary for intelligent decision making in both class structured problems and in problems relating to real-world financial situations.
2. Research and identify financial internet websites and sources in order to find market-based input information necessary to use as input data used to solve a variety of personal finance problems necessary for intelligent decision making in both class structured problems and in problems relating to real-world financial situations.
3. Locate and evaluate reliable sources of information pursuant to SLOs #1 and #2.
4. Differentiate between public domain and restricted-use information in solving personal financial problems.






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