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TERM COURSE SECTION TITLE DAYS & PERIOD BLDG & ROOM INSTRUCTOR
Spring 2016 FIN 4414 1E94 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT M W 3-4 MAT 120 Tapley,T Craig
Required or recommended texts:
Title: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE ISBN: 9781111972202 Cover: N/A
Author: EUGENE F. BRIGHAM AND MICHAEL C. EHRHARDT Edition: 14TH Copyright: 2014 Publisher: CENGAGE LEARNING  
New Retail Price: $387.75 Used Retail Price: $291.00 Used Rental Fee: $155.10
This text is optional  
Title: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE ISBN: 9781111972202 Cover: N/A
Author: EUGENE F. BRIGHAM AND MICHAEL C. EHRHARDT Edition: Copyright: 2014 Publisher: CENGAGE LEARNING  
New Retail Price: $387.75 Used Retail Price: $291.00 Used Rental Fee: $155.10
This text is recommended  
Comments or Notes: You may rent an electronic copy of the textbook through CourseSmart (www.coursesmart.com) or rent an electronic or physical textbook through the UF bookstore (www.cafescribe.com). The official textbook for the class, in print, would be an excellent reference book as you start your career, as you may easily find that there will be times, on the job, when you need to reference prior material, or formulas, covered in your corporate finance classes at UF. However, you must purchase the case packet for the course (Target Copy) and, because of royalties that must be paid, it is somewhat expensive. Therefore, in order to save money on your textbook, you may, instead, purchase the 11th, 12th, or 13th Edition of the book, typically at a cheaper price, through various online booksellers. However, there are minor differences between the 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th editions; mainly in the order of the chapter. These differences should not impact your ability to perform well in this class, but you may need to map the chapters in the other editions to those assigned in the 14th Edition. You may also use the textbook used in FIN 3403: Fundamentals of Financial Management (13 Edition), Eugene F. Brigham and Joel F. Houston, Thompson/South-Western, 2013. Like above, you may also purchase the 10th, 11th, or 12th edition of this book. Although not as detailed in places as the Theory and Practice textbook, you may find that this book will meet most of your needs when reviewing the material we will cover in class.
I. Textbook Financial Management: Theory and Practice (14th Edition), Eugene F. Brigham and Michael C. Ehrhardt, Cengage Learning, 2014, ISBN-13: 9781111972202. You may rent an electronic copy of the textbook through CourseSmart (www.coursesmart.com) or rent an electronic or physical textbook through the UF bookstore (www.cafescribe.com). The official textbook for the class, in print, would be an excellent reference book as you start your career, as you may easily find that there will be times, on the job, when you need to reference prior material, or formulas, covered in your corporate finance classes at UF. However, you must purchase the case packet for the course (Target Copy) and, because of royalties that must be paid, it is somewhat expensive. Therefore, in order to save money on your textbook, you may, instead, purchase the 11th, 12th, or 13th Edition of the book, typically at a cheaper price, through various online booksellers. However, there are minor differences between the 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th editions; mainly in the order of the chapter. These differences should not impact your ability to perform well in this class, but you may need to map the chapters in the other editions to those assigned in the 14th Edition. You may also use the textbook used in FIN 3403: Fundamentals of Financial Management (13 Edition), Eugene F. Brigham and Joel F. Houston, Thompson/South-Western, 2013. Like above, you may also purchase the 10th, 11th, or 12th edition of this book. Although not as detailed in places as the Theory and Practice textbook, you may find that this book will meet most of your needs when reviewing the material we will cover in class.
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