Office Hours

February 2016

Mondays

11:30-4:00

February 15 - CFA Conference on Campus

Wednesdays

11:30-4:00

February 17 - No Office Hours

 

Professional Interests

Economic Development, Financial Planning and Analysis, and Process Management
 

Robert Boyd

Lecturer, Internship Director

School of Business

South Hall 102
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5466
boyd@geneseo.edu

Robert Boyd

Faculty Information

Education

  • B.S.B.A., SUNY Fredonia
  • M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology
  • CPA

Publications and Professional Activities

  • The Director of Interns works with students to develop strategies for obtaining strategies and building skills.
  • Mr. Boyd also coaches the Adirondack Cup Challenge team.
Spring 2016 Classes

ACCT 315:
Financial Statement Analysis

    This course is an in-depth study of financial statements, with particular emphasis on using a combination of accounting numbers and information from other sources to estimate the value of corporate se
    curities. The course advances a perspective that financial accounting sometimes describes, and sometimes obscures, the fundamental economic activities of the firm. Topics include business strategy and its impact on financial statements, the qualities and limitations of accounting information, earnings quality and earnings management, making adjustments to financial statements, using supplemental disclosure, off-balance-sheet financing, forecasting, proformas, and the use of financial statement information in valuation models. Also cross registered as FNCE 315. Prerequisites: FNCE 311. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered when demand is sufficient
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FNCE 112:
Personal Finance

    This course will provide an overview of key money management concepts, the financial marketplace, and financial decisionmaking tools. It will investigate how technological developments, new financial
    products and services, and the changing economy and tax laws influence personal financial decisions. A major theme of the course will be personal financial planning for varied life situations. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered when demand is sufficient
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FNCE 315:
Financial Statement Analysis

    This course is an in-depth study of financial statements, with particular emphasis on using a combination of accounting numbers and information from other sources to estimate the value of corporate se
    curities. The course advances a perspective that financial accounting sometimes describes, and sometimes obscures, the fundamental economic activities of the firm. Topics include business strategy and its impact on financial statements, the qualities and limitations of accounting information, earnings quality and earnings management, making adjustments to financial statements, using supplemental disclosure, off-balance-sheet financing, forecasting, proformas, and the use of financial statement information in valuation models. Also cross registered as ACCT 315. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: FNCE 311 and junior or senior status.
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