About a week ago, I received the following e-mail from my Finance professor:
Thu, Aug 16, 2007 -- SYLLABUS AND CURRICULUM VITAE
I have have posted a preliminary version of the syllabus and, for your information, a copy of my curriculum vitae.
In preparation for the first class meeting, read the assigned portions of Chapters 1, 15, and 3. You may also want to download hard copies of Tables A1, A2, and A3 from Blackboard.
As a prerequisite to this class, you are expected to be thoroughly familiar with the time value of money concept and to be comfortable working with present value, future value, and rate of return problems. If you are at all concerned about this material, read Chapter 2 of the text, and review the problems specified in the narrative (not mentioned in the assignment table).
See you in class.
Sigh. And so it has begun. I received my textbook on Wednesday and since I am clueless about the items in red, I have been reading chaperter 2. Ugh!