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Personal Finance Course Outline
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Module One: Personal Financial Planning - An Introduction
Module Two: Financial Statements and Budgets
Module Three: Tax Considerations
Module Four: Cash and Saving
Module Five: Credit and Financing
Module Six: Loans
Module Seven: Investment
Module Eight: Special Topics
About the book
There are many facets to consider when thinking about personal finance, but all are fundamentally concerned with understanding what is the best way to allocate assets in different conditions over time. For example, what is the difference between a bull and bear market and why does it matter? In this course, we will explore different investment markets, options for credit, different retirement plans, taxes, and business ethics. We also cover special topics, which include the Federal Reserve, insurance, bitcoins, and bankruptcy.
About the course creators:
Lead Instructional Designer, Sandra Adams received her M.S. in Microbial Sciences from the University of Montana and B.S. in Entomology from Washington State University. She has been teaching and developing online courses for seven years. She utilizes a variety of media outlets and OERs to create course content, thereby keeping students engaged in the courses. As a research scientist, she collaborated with many research labs resulting in 14 peer review publications in prestigious peer-reviewed journals including Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Journal of Bacteriology, International Society of Microbial Ecology, and PLoS Genetics, to name a few. She enjoys volunteering in teaching outreach projects for several organizations regarding K-12 education, including NASA, Boys and Girls Club, Montana High School State Science Fair, the Minnesota-Costa Rica partnership, and a local after school program.
Subject Matter Expert, Edmund Bushman is currently a Professor at Yavapai College in Prescott, AZ in the Business/Computer Science School. He has been a full time faculty at the school since 2000. He received a M.B.A. from Chapman University (CA), and B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University and an A.A.S. in Police Science from Georgia Military College. Mr. Bushman has several years’ experience with finance, investing, Macro/Micro economics and marketing.
A native of Dixon, IL, Mr. Bushman enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and retired as an officer after a 23 year career in 2000. His duties included Program Management and Developmental Engineer on the GPS Project, Law Enforcement, Air Field Management and Test Engineer. Professor Bushman has the unique blend of technical/management/finance skills. Outside on teaching courses, Prof Bushman is also the Division Chair for his school of Computer Science/Business.
Professor, Yavapai College