Financial Analysis: Pro-Forma Financial Statements requires students to develop pro-forma financial statements for a business of their own choosing. They will begin by subjecting at least two similar firms (the "comparable" firms) to a rigorous financial analysis with the objective of identifying their strengths and weaknesses. In the process, students will investigate measures of liquidity (short-term and long-term), efficiency, and profitability. Utilizing the strengths and weaknesses of the comparable firms, students will develop pro-forma financial statements for their own business.
[(BUS 204 with min. grade of D and BUS 351 with min. grade of D)]