|title ||Financial Management and Accounting in Construction|
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|credit hours ||3|
|Describtion/Outcomes ||Principles of financial management and accounting - Financial statements` compilation and analysis -projecting cash flow - project financing ? budgeting - cost control - introduction to cost accounting and risk-return relationship.|
|arabic Describtion/Outcomes |
|objectives ||The course objective is introducing the student to the fundamentals of accounting, financial analysis and management in construction.|
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|ref. books ||Construction Accounting by Atrian Publisher: Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., USA, Latest Edition.rnConstruction Accounting and Financial Management by Coombs & Polwer, Publisher: McGraw Hill, New York, Latest Edition.rnFinancial Management for Contractors by Jackson I.J. Jackson, III Publisher: McGraw-Hill, New York, USA, Latest Edition.|
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|textbook ||Construction Accounting and Financial Management by Peterson, S. J., Publisher: Prentice Hall, USA, Latest Edition.|
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|objective set ||combined|
|content set ||combined|
||Week No.1: Basics of accounting. rn
||Week No.2: Basics of accounting, continued.
||Week No.3: Compilation of financial statements. rn
||Week No.4: Analysis of financial statements.
||Week No.5: Analysis of financial statement, continued.
||Week No.6: Analysis of financial statement, continued.
||Week No.7: Aspects of accounting and financial management in the construction industry.
||Week No.8: Cash flow projection and analysis.
||Week No.9: Cash flow projection and analysis, continued.
||Week No.10: Project financing: Sources of financing, and cost of financing. Working with banks, customers, and investors.
||Week No.11: Budgeting.
||Week No.12: Budgeting, continued.rn
||Week No.13: Cost control and introduction to cost accounting.
||Week No.14: Risk-return relationship.
||Week No.15: Risk-return relationship, continued.
||Week No.16: Final Exam.