Financial Management Courses

finance courses with carey business school's executive education

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A strong practical understanding of finance is an essential skill for leaders and managers in any functional area within an organization. Focused on the principles of finance and accounting, our courses will help transform your ability to impact corporate strategy.

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Capital Budgeting

Effective leaders make investment decisions that allocate limited capital resources to achieve organizational goals and minimize risk. Great leaders stand out not because they have access to particularly rich information, but because they seek the most useful information and accurately evaluate potential risk and return. Capital budgeting is a key strategic skillset leaders must possess to ensure that capital resources are strategically implemented to generate maximum return.

This course aims to equip business leaders with the terminology, skillset, and the strategic mindset required to navigate a complex business environment, evaluate competing investment options, execute budgeting decisions that achieve goals, and effectively communicate their decisions and impact.


Finance for the Non-Financial Manager

In order to continue moving forward, an organization must constantly evaluate its financial past and assess future projections. Doing so in an uncertain business environment business acumen. To make better and more effective financial and managerial decisions, one must be familiar with financial statement analysis and the process of capital budgeting.

This course prepares participants to:

  • Understand the basics of financial statement analysis
  • Master capital budgeting techniques of projecting future revenues, costs, and cash flows
  • Discover processes of assessing your organization’s current financial situation


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Executive Certificate in Financial Management

The Executive Certificate in Financial Management consists of three courses designed to provide the nonfinancial manager with the concepts and terminology to communicate with financial managers effectively.

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Financial Statement Analysis

Understanding and interpreting financial statements is a fundamental component to the success of any leader. In addition, leaders must be able to measure the financial implications of their decisions, which requires an understanding of financial statement analysis and accounting methods.

This course prepares participants to:

  • Read, understand, analyze, and interpret the three key financial statements in companies and non-profit organizations including income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows
  • Apply ratio analysis to assess a company’s level of profitability and financial risk
  • Understand how decision and transactions in an organization impact the financial statements
  • Understand the basics of forecasting future financial statements, and assess the impact of potential changes to business processes and financial resources


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