FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
The student knows the most important indicators of profitability, liquidity and solvency and is able to calculate them.
ACCOUNTING
The student knows what matters must be covered at end a company’s financial year. They know how a small company’s income statement and balance sheet are compiled, but there are gaps in the implementation.
MATHEMATICS
The student knows the most important concepts and is able to make simple calculations regarding money value, currencies and loans. They are able to perform calculations using a spreadsheet program.
FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
The student knows the working capital and the means to manage it. They are familiar with the most important indicators of profitability, liquidity and solvency and is able to calculate them. The student is familiar with the interpretation of key figures.
ACCOUNTING
The student has mastered the basic measures related to the termination of the financial year. They can compile the income statement and balance sheet of a small company.
MATHEMATICS
The student knows the concepts and their properties. They recognize the starting values required in the calculations in different practical situations and can cope with simple calculations of more challenging calculations. The student is able to evaluate the accuracy of the result. They are able to utilize the calculating features of spreadsheets.
FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
The student understands the importance of working capital management. They are able to calculate the most important indicators of profitability, liquidity and solvency and will be able to interpret the financial situation of the company.
ACCOUNTING
The student is able to apply the knowledge they have learned at end the company’s financial year. They understand the entity’s financial statements as a whole. The student is able to prepare the income statement and balance sheet of a small company.
MATHEMATICS
The student is able to apply their knowledge on various economic and financial issues. They know the concepts and their impact calculations and is thus able to evaluate the accuracy of the results. The student is able to make more challenging calculations that need to take into account several output values. The student is able to efficiently utilize the spreadsheet features, which enhance calculation.
Finnish
02.03.2020 - 31.07.2020
01.02.2020 - 01.03.2020
5 cr
19LIKO5d
19LIKO4
Jarmo Pösö, Matti Kolehmainen, Petriina Vuorinen, Taina Huhtinen, Anu Kallionpää
Business Administration
Degree Programme in Business Administration
TAMK Main Campus
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