Financial management in the Department of the Navy
Struthers, Lynn Carol
Wenzel, Kenneth Edmund
Schumann, James F.
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This thesis analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the present Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Financial Management Curriculum. It considers the operational requirements of the Navy financial manager. On the basis of these analyses, it concludes that an additional required course be incorporated in that curriculum. This proposed course of instruction in financial management and accounting is tailored to meet the needs and requirements of United States Naval Officers who will be graduates of the NPS Financial Management Curriculum. The course deals with the principles of financial management which are relevant to the public sector. Further, it takes these principles and concepts and relates them to specific applications in the United States Navy.
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