Build an exciting and likely lucrative career out of the business of crunching numbers. Gain professional skills with regard to the bottom line, and advance your career in accounting, investment banking, payroll specialists, analysts, and more.
Learn to manage financial operations with skill and professionalism through this program. You will learn detailed reporting, analyzing, forecasting, purchasing, investing, and other best practices that deal with funds, cash flow, and financial regulations.
Study modern theories and techniques used in today’s finance world to find solutions and results as precisely and efficiently as possible.
This program consists of four upper-division online finance courses for a total of 12 credit hours.
This course is an introduction to financial economics. It will cover the analytical tools and finance theory necessary to make good investment decisions and to understand the paradigm of security valuation. Important themes in the course include individual decision making, risk and return, arbitrage, and market equilibrium.
The course studies the process of business analysis and valuation through the evaluation of financial statements. Topics include analysis of financial statements and ratio, strategic, prospective, equity and credit analysis.
This course builds on concepts covered in FIN 500 and provides a comprehensive array of skills to manage the finance function of a modern organization. It provides the necessary background both to understand and to apply financial management techniques in order to be successful in positions of business management. Topics include capital structure and dividend theory, valuation models, portfolio theory, advanced cash flow analysis , and weighted and marginal cost of capital within a capital rationing model. Recommended Prior Course: FIN500
This course provides a comprehensive introduction and overview of the field of international finance. It covers the knowledge needed to manage the international aspects of multinational firms, the operations of international and foreign bank and financial institutions, and the operations of all firms, organizations, and individuals active in the current and future global business and financial environments.
You have two options for completing your online finance program:
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If you decide you’re interested in earning your full degree at a later date, the credits you earned in your Certificate of Completion program may count towards your degree!
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