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Give your students an intuitive approach to understanding and applying principles of finance. Our authors know finance, but they also know today’s modern students and have written resources geared toward their success. Excellent multimedia content provides an in-depth explanation of concepts and equations, empowering students to do more than just memorize—they understand and then apply. These finance resources talk the talk and walk the walk!

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau

This resource is an introduction to the world of finance for majors and non-majors, with a focus on applying theory to everyday life. It provides a basic framework for students to evaluate economic problems and solutions. Students will develop financial analysis skills needed to make decisions in the business environment.

Stephen Owen, Jr., James C. Brau

Financial markets and instruments are the oil that keeps industry moving. In this resource, students learn about the role of markets in keeping the world of business turning as well as specific financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, derivatives, and cryptocurrencies. With a focus on the intuition behind financial markets and instruments, this resource presents these topics in a new and easy-to-understand way.

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau

At its core, finance is simply the word we use for the analytics that support decision-making. In this course, students explore financial markets, lean methods to evaluate bonds and stocks, understand the trade-off between using debt or equity to finance investments, and apply methods of capital budgeting and firm valuation. These financial analysis skills provide crucial support for organizational decisions and strategy.

Nathan Mauck, Kevin Krieger, Ryan Swartzlander

This resource provides a basic introduction to the terminology and mathematical concepts needed for success in an undergraduate-level finance course. Students will become familiar with the three major financial statements and develop confidence in computational and statistical methods used in finance.

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau, Nick Ball, Gove Allen

This resource is an introduction to the world of finance for majors and non-majors, with a focus on applying theory to everyday life along with application in Excel. It provides a basic framework for students to evaluate economic problems and solutions. Students will develop financial analysis skills needed to make decisions in the business environment.

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau, Nick Ball, Gove Allen

Excel is an important tool for any finance-related career. This module includes an introduction and 12 lessons that teach how to use Excel in the field of finance. Each lesson includes instruction, examples, and an assignment to help students apply what they have learned.

Jim Stice, Kay Stice

This introductory course provides a broad understanding of the world of finance. Using LinkedIn Learning videos along with real-life examples, students study the basics of finance—deciding what you need to buy, determining where you are going to get the money to buy those things, and then managing those things once they are inside the company.

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau​

Finance is pervasive in the modern world. This resource provides a basic framework for incoming MBA students to evaluate economic problems and solutions in organizations. By combining financial analysis with a broad understanding of the decision-making environment, the finance acumen students develop in this course will be a vital part of their skill set.

Joe Knight, Karen Berman, Brad Angus

Everyone in an organization needs to know how to use financial data to drive their business. This resource provides step-by-step training for everyone from entrepreneurs to students, new employees to top-level executives to understand what the numbers really mean and why they matter. The material gives non-financial managers the confidence to understand the nuance beyond the numbers—and to help bring everyday work to a new level.

James Brau, Andrew Holmes, Benjamin Blau, Mark Keith, Stephen Owen

Finance and technology have been interlocked for decades. With the explosion of fintech, the stakes are even higher. The finance industry has burgeoning demand for professionals equipped to handle both big data and high-performance computing. In this resource, students learn Python in a strategic manner tailored to finance and data analytics. They are introduced to key finance topics and trained to use Python skills to solve problems as they work through case studies.

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