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Spring 2020  |  PA 5116 Section 001: Financing Public and Nonprofit Organizations (57565)

Instructor(s)
Class Component:
Lecture
Credits:
1.5 Credits
Grading Basis:
Student Option
Instructor Consent:
No Special Consent Required
Instruction Mode:
In Person Term Based
Times and Locations:
Second Half of Term
 
03/23/2020 - 05/04/2020
Mon, Wed 04:00PM - 05:15PM
UMTC, West Bank
Hubert H Humphrey Center 60
 
03/27/2020 - 04/10/2020
Fri 04:00PM - 05:15PM
UMTC, West Bank
Hubert H Humphrey Center 60
Enrollment Status:
Open (10 of 30 seats filled)
Also Offered:
Course Catalog Description:
Financial resource management for public and nonprofit organizations. Short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques applied to real-world problems. Financial management in context of national and regional economies. prereq: PA 5003; credit will not be granted if credit already received for: PA 5111
Class Notes:
http://classinfo.umn.edu/?kiedr003+PA5116+Spring2020
Class Description:
This course focuses on management of financial resources for public and nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing.The primary objective of this course is to help students understand and use financial information to prepare solutions for financing public and nonprofit organizations. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques will be emphasized and applied to analyze real-world financial problems. Micromanagement of financial resources is also examined in the broader contexts of the performance of the national or regional economy.

Who Should Take This Class?:
Students interested in learning more about how to finance nonprofits and governments. Students will learn about financing short-term casn needs of an organization, selling public bonds to finance long-term needs, and how to manage the investments in pension funds and in endowments.
Learning Objectives:
Desired Student Outcomes:
  • Understand financial management as an integral part of nonprofit/public management
  • Obtain basic knowledge, terminology, and skills in nonprofit/public resource development and management
  • Develop capability to perform basic financial management functions of nonprofit/public organizations
  • Understand key financial theories such as time value of money, risk and return, security valuation, and valuation attribution.
  • Improve critical thinking, analysis, communication, and writing skills regarding financial matters
  • Grading:

    For each class, there will be a set of questions/problems and/or a case study that you are to prepare in writing. I will ask one or many of you to present the solution to each problem/question and case study questions. We will review the problems/questions and case studies together in class. You will be asked to hand-in the assignment at the end of class, and it will be returned at the next class with 1 point representing your assignment and participation grade for that class.

    Participation in preparation of your assignments, presentation of problems/questions and case studies in class, and involvement in the discussions in class will constitute 35% of your grade. Participation will be graded on the quality of your contributions, not the quantity. Hallmarks of good participation include: a) risk taking - presenting an opposing view or a different interpretation of the data; b) listening - trying to understand what others are saying and why they are saying it; c) bringing your own experiences when relevant into discussions; d) monitoring your own participation in terms of both amount and quality; and, e) completing all of your assignments well.

    There will be an exam worth 65% of your grade for this course. The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.

    Participation 35 points First Exam 65 points Total 100 points

    Exam Format:
    The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.
    Class Format:
    Presentation, discussion, review of assignments, and viewing of videos
    Workload:
    A majority of past students have indicated that they spent 3-5 hours per week on this course.
    Textbooks:
    https://bookstores.umn.edu/course-lookup/57565/1203
    Syllabus:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2020.docx
    Past Syllabi:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2018.docx (Spring 2018)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2017.docx (Spring 2017)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2016.docx (Spring 2016)
    Instructor Supplied Information Last Updated:
    8 November 2017

    Spring 2018  |  PA 5116 Section 001: Financing Public and Nonprofit Organizations (54899)

    Instructor(s)
    Class Component:
    Lecture
    Credits:
    1.5 Credits
    Grading Basis:
    Student Option
    Instructor Consent:
    No Special Consent Required
    Instruction Mode:
    In Person Term Based
    Times and Locations:
    Second Half of Term
     
    03/19/2018 - 05/04/2018
    Mon, Wed 04:00PM - 05:15PM
    UMTC, West Bank
    Hubert H Humphrey Center 60
     
    03/23/2018 - 03/30/2018
    Fri 04:00PM - 05:15PM
    UMTC, West Bank
    Hubert H Humphrey Center 60
    Enrollment Status:
    Open (6 of 30 seats filled)
    Also Offered:
    Course Catalog Description:
    Financial resource management for public and nonprofit organizations. Short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques applied to real-world problems. Financial management in context of national and regional economies. prereq: PA 5003; credit will not be granted if credit already received for: PA 5111
    Class Notes:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/?kiedr003+PA5116+Spring2018
    Class Description:
    This course focuses on management of financial resources for public and nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing.The primary objective of this course is to help students understand and use financial information to prepare solutions for financing public and nonprofit organizations. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques will be emphasized and applied to analyze real-world financial problems. Micromanagement of financial resources is also examined in the broader contexts of the performance of the national or regional economy.

    Who Should Take This Class?:
    Students interested in learning more about how to finance nonprofits and governments. Students will learn about financing short-term casn needs of an organization, selling public bonds to finance long-term needs, and how to manage the investments in pension funds and in endowments.
    Learning Objectives:
    Desired Student Outcomes:
  • Understand financial management as an integral part of nonprofit/public management
  • Obtain basic knowledge, terminology, and skills in nonprofit/public resource development and management
  • Develop capability to perform basic financial management functions of nonprofit/public organizations
  • Understand key financial theories such as time value of money, risk and return, security valuation, and valuation attribution.
  • Improve critical thinking, analysis, communication, and writing skills regarding financial matters
  • Grading:

    For each class, there will be a set of questions/problems and/or a case study that you are to prepare in writing. I will ask one or many of you to present the solution to each problem/question and case study questions. We will review the problems/questions and case studies together in class. You will be asked to hand-in the assignment at the end of class, and it will be returned at the next class with 1 point representing your assignment and participation grade for that class.

    Participation in preparation of your assignments, presentation of problems/questions and case studies in class, and involvement in the discussions in class will constitute 35% of your grade. Participation will be graded on the quality of your contributions, not the quantity. Hallmarks of good participation include: a) risk taking - presenting an opposing view or a different interpretation of the data; b) listening - trying to understand what others are saying and why they are saying it; c) bringing your own experiences when relevant into discussions; d) monitoring your own participation in terms of both amount and quality; and, e) completing all of your assignments well.

    There will be an exam worth 65% of your grade for this course. The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.

    Participation 35 points First Exam 65 points Total 100 points

    Exam Format:
    The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.
    Class Format:
    Presentation, discussion, review of assignments, and viewing of videos
    Workload:
    A majority of past students have indicated that they spent 3-5 hours per week on this course.
    Textbooks:
    https://bookstores.umn.edu/course-lookup/54899/1183
    Syllabus:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2018.docx
    Past Syllabi:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2020.docx (Spring 2020)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2017.docx (Spring 2017)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2016.docx (Spring 2016)
    Instructor Supplied Information Last Updated:
    8 November 2017

    Spring 2017  |  PA 5116 Section 001: Financing Public and Nonprofit Organizations (55444)

    Instructor(s)
    Class Component:
    Lecture
    Credits:
    1.5 Credits
    Grading Basis:
    Student Option
    Instructor Consent:
    No Special Consent Required
    Instruction Mode:
    In Person Term Based
    Times and Locations:
    Second Half of Term
     
    03/20/2017 - 05/05/2017
    Mon, Wed 04:00PM - 05:15PM
    UMTC, West Bank
    Blegen Hall 230
    Also Offered:
    Course Catalog Description:
    Financial resource management for public and nonprofit organizations. Short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques applied to real-world problems. Financial management in context of national and regional economies. prereq: PA 5003; credit will not be granted if credit already received for: PA 5111
    Class Notes:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/?kiedr003+PA5116+Spring2017
    Class Description:
    This course focuses on management of financial resources for public and nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing.The primary objective of this course is to help students understand and use financial information to prepare solutions for financing public and nonprofit organizations. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques will be emphasized and applied to analyze real-world financial problems. Micromanagement of financial resources is also examined in the broader contexts of the performance of the national or regional economy.

    Desired Student Outcomes:

  • Understand financial management as an integral part of nonprofit/public management
  • Obtain basic knowledge, terminology, and skills in nonprofit/public resource development and management
  • Develop capability to perform basic financial management functions of nonprofit/public organizations
  • Understand key financial theories such as time value of money, risk and return, security valuation, and valuation attribution.
  • Improve critical thinking, analysis, communication, and writing skills regarding financial matters
  • Grading:

    For each class, there will be a set of questions/problems and/or a case study that you are to prepare in writing. I will ask one or many of you to present the solution to each problem/question and case study questions. We will review the problems/questions and case studies together in class. You will be asked to hand-in the assignment at the end of class, and it will be returned at the next class with 1 point representing your assignment and participation grade for that class.

    Participation in preparation of your assignments, presentation of problems/questions and case studies in class, and involvement in the discussions in class will constitute 35% of your grade. Participation will be graded on the quality of your contributions, not the quantity. Hallmarks of good participation include: a) risk taking - presenting an opposing view or a different interpretation of the data; b) listening - trying to understand what others are saying and why they are saying it; c) bringing your own experiences when relevant into discussions; d) monitoring your own participation in terms of both amount and quality; and, e) completing all of your assignments well.

    There will be an exam worth 65% of your grade for this course. The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.

    Participation 35 points First Exam 65 points Total 100 points

    Exam Format:
    The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.
    Class Format:
    Presentation, discussion, review of assignments, and viewing of videos
    Workload:
    A majority of past students have indicated that they spent 3-5 hours per week on this course.
    Textbooks:
    https://bookstores.umn.edu/course-lookup/55444/1173
    Syllabus:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2017.docx
    Past Syllabi:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2020.docx (Spring 2020)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2018.docx (Spring 2018)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2016.docx (Spring 2016)
    Instructor Supplied Information Last Updated:
    11 November 2016

    Spring 2016  |  PA 5116 Section 001: Financing Public and Nonprofit Organizations (68039)

    Instructor(s)
    Class Component:
    Lecture
    Credits:
    1.5 Credits
    Grading Basis:
    Student Option
    Instructor Consent:
    No Special Consent Required
    Instruction Mode:
    In Person Term Based
    Times and Locations:
    Second Half of Term
     
    03/21/2016 - 05/06/2016
    Mon, Wed 04:00PM - 05:15PM
    UMTC, West Bank
    Blegen Hall 130
    Also Offered:
    Course Catalog Description:
    Financial resource management for public and nonprofit organizations. Short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques applied to real-world problems. Financial management in context of national and regional economies. prereq: PA 5003; credit will not be granted if credit already received for: PA 5111
    Class Notes:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/?kiedr003+PA5116+Spring2016
    Class Description:
    This course focuses on management of financial resources for public and nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on short-term and long-term debt management, retirement financing, and endowment investing.The primary objective of this course is to help students understand and use financial information to prepare solutions for financing public and nonprofit organizations. Conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques will be emphasized and applied to analyze real-world financial problems. Micromanagement of financial resources is also examined in the broader contexts of the performance of the national or regional economy.

    Desired Student Outcomes:

  • Understand financial management as an integral part of nonprofit/public management
  • Obtain basic knowledge, terminology, and skills in nonprofit/public resource development and management
  • Develop capability to perform basic financial management functions of nonprofit/public organizations
  • Understand key financial theories such as time value of money, risk and return, security valuation, and valuation attribution.
  • Improve critical thinking, analysis, communication, and writing skills regarding financial matters
  • Grading:

    For each class, there will be a set of questions/problems and/or a case study that you are to prepare in writing. I will ask one or many of you to present the solution to each problem/question and case study questions. We will review the problems/questions and case studies together in class. You will be asked to hand-in the assignment at the end of class, and it will be returned at the next class with 1 point representing your assignment and participation grade for that class.

    Participation in preparation of your assignments, presentation of problems/questions and case studies in class, and involvement in the discussions in class will constitute 35% of your grade. Participation will be graded on the quality of your contributions, not the quantity. Hallmarks of good participation include: a) risk taking - presenting an opposing view or a different interpretation of the data; b) listening - trying to understand what others are saying and why they are saying it; c) bringing your own experiences when relevant into discussions; d) monitoring your own participation in terms of both amount and quality; and, e) completing all of your assignments well.

    There will be an exam worth 65% of your grade for this course. The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.

    Participation 35 points First Exam 65 points Total 100 points

    Exam Format:
    The exam will be a set of word questions and financial problems based on the assignments.
    Class Format:
    Presentation, discussion, review of assignments, and viewing of videos.
    Workload:
    A majority of past students have indicated that they spent 3-5 hours per week on this course.
    Textbooks:
    https://bookstores.umn.edu/course-lookup/68039/1163
    Syllabus:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2016.docx
    Past Syllabi:
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2020.docx (Spring 2020)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2018.docx (Spring 2018)
    http://classinfo.umn.edu/syllabi/kiedr003_PA5116_Spring2017.docx (Spring 2017)
    Instructor Supplied Information Last Updated:
    26 October 2015

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