The student is able to determine and use the concepts and methods of cash management and working capital management, as well as some cash flow and digital finance related industry or case specific applications. He/she can take responsibility for his individual duties in routine cash and working capital management as well as related measurement and reporting activities, and is able to make some contribution in a group.
The student has the competence of applying and explaining the concepts and methods of cash and working capital management as well as performing cash flow and digital finance in related industry or case specific analyses in controllable situations. He/she works actively and cooperates responsibly and constructively both individually and in a group. He/she can solve cash and working capital management problems as well as work on cash flow and digital finance related measurement, reporting and development activities. His/her courses of action are well justified.
The student can analyse complex situations and produce alternative solution proposals to various cash and working capital management problems. He/she can produce cash flow and digital finance related industry or case specific analyses. He/she can apply his extensive knowledge and skills of the subject matter excellently in problem solving, experiments, and when working on cash flow and digital finance related analysis, reporting and business development activities. His/her courses of action are very well justified, and he can work individually, making remarkable contribution to group work, cooperating responsibly, constructively and flexibly with excellent commitment.
The student does not perform in the course exam acceptably, or he/she does not complete the compulsory exercises, assignments and/or other compulsory items on the course agendas acceptably.
Bhimani, A., Datar, S., Horngren, C.T. & Rajan, M. 2018. Management and Cost Accounting. 7th ed. Harlow, United Kingdom: Pearson Education.
Especially chapters 13-14.
ISBN: 9781292232669. EISBN: 9781292232676.
Other books and learning material will be informed to the course participants during the course implementation.
In addition, students and the groups of them perform their own data collection, as part of their exercises and group assignments.
Learning discussions, group assignments, exercises, case studies, literature, lecturing.
Student’s overall course grade is based on
1. the evaluation criteria of this course
2. active individual participation in the classes and exercises
3. his/her group assignment performance, including both contribution in the group's own report and action in an opposing team.
17.01.2022 - 22.04.2022
24.11.2021 - 16.01.2022
0 - 35
Pasi Kuusijärvi, M.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Adm.), AmO, HHJ
Senior Lecturer, Accounting and Financial Management
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK)
Tel. +358 40 846 3052
Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business
TAMK Main Campus
No, there are not.
A company visit, a guest speaker - or a study trip is possible in the spring 2022 implementation.
No written exam.
Participation in, at least, one guest lecture on TAMK 2022 Intl Week in April 2022 is required.
In addition, the truly international group of students studies together both during the classes at TAMK, and virtually.
Max. some 160 hours as workload; 18 hours of that as contact teaching.
Studying cash, investment and working capital management forms the first key part of the course, studying digital and sustainable finance the second/last part.
The study process 2022:
1. Introduction - incl. rehearsal about the liquidity and solvency measures
2. Cash Budget
3. Capital Budgeting - incl. especially the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) methods (NPV, IRR, Payback)
4. The Cash Flow Statement (both the Indirect and Direct method)
5. Participation in the TAMK 2022 Intl Week
6. Working Capital Management - incl. also e.g. the Gearing-% measurement
7. Digital and Sustainable Finance - as Group assignment.