Finance is for “Non-financial Managers” who want to understand key financial principles and apply them in a real-world context. Over the course of the program window, you will work your way through a series of nine modules that move from understanding basic financial principles to applying financial analysis and ratios to drive decisions. In addition, each module is capped with an ending self-evaluation to ensure that you have absorbed the following key learning objectives:
+ Understand the language associated with finance
+ Know how and when to use financial terms and analysis techniques
+ Read and assess company performance using financial statements
+ Recognize the link between organizational strategy and financial objectives
+ Use “the numbers” to your best advantage to make more informed decisions
This module will introduce the professor and provide an overview of the course.
Financial Statement Basics
This module will provide an overview of Financial Statements.
Financial Statement Manipulation
This module will teach the "How-to"s for common sizing and other techniques for the manipulation of financial documents.
Financial Statement Analysis
This module will explain ratio analysis.
This module will discuss effective tax rates, valuation ratios, and management of assets.
Time Value of Money
This module will teach the time value of money.
Investment Decision Techniques
This module will demonstrate a variety of investment decision techniques.
Cost of Capital and Risk Management
This module will teach cost of capital, including weighted average cost of capital, and risk management
This module will review at a high level various components of the course.