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University of Minnesota

Finance for Non-Financial Managers

The goal of our Finance for Non-Financial Managers program is to provide managers and decision-makers who do not possess a strong grounding in finance an understanding of their firm's financial paradigm. Participants will gain a detailed understanding of critical financial fundamentals and will, as a result, be able to communicate with financial practitioners with more confidence.
Dates: April 15-17, 2013; October 1-3, 2013

Fee: $3,500

Location: University of Minnesota

Contact: 612-625-5412
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University of Missouri

The Financial Basics: What Every Manager Should Know

This session will cover the following areas:

  • Key accounting terms and financial concepts

  • Financial statements and analysis tools and techniques

  • Basic budget management and monitoring

  • Critical components of a strong governance structure

By the end of the session, you should understand the basic financial management tools used every day and feel more comfortable in your financial decision making.

Date: May 21, 2013

Fees: $185
For more information on this program please contact (573) 882-2860
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Finance for Non Financial Managers: Using Financial Information to Make Better Business Decisions

Using a combination of lecture, discussion, and cases, the material is presented so that you quickly learn the essential accounting concepts used to record financial activities and to prepare financial reports. The course also provides the basic concepts of financial statement analysis and financial planning that provide the foundation for business decision making.
Dates: TBD

Fee: $495

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Managers


During this three-day financial education program, managers will quickly learn the managerial and financial accounting skills and concepts needed to define and measure a company’s financial performance. Equipped with this financial knowledge, leaders will be able to make more informed, effective decisions within the organization.

Dates: April 16-18, 2013

Tuition: $3,700

Location: The Rizzo Conference Center; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Contact: 1-800-UNC-EXEC or unc_exec@unc.edu
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University of Pittsburgh

CMA – Certified Management Accounts Review Course

This course prepares students to pass parts I and II of the new Certified Management Accountants Exam. Using the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA) Learning System 3.0 which combines live courses, IMA study materials and online practice tests. The primary goal of this course is to prepare students for the CMA exam, it is also an excellent professional development tool for helping individuals advances their careers in accounting, finance or business management. The course is broken down into two parts and may be taken in any order. 
Dates: Part 2 – February 18 – May 6, 2013 (Monday evenings)

Part 1 – September - December 2013(Monday evenings)

Application Deadline: Part 2 – February 1, 2013

Part 1 – TBD

Location: University of Pittsburgh, PA

Cost: Part 1 - $1,395 and Part 2 - $1,595

Contact Number: 412.648.1600
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Project Management, Business Analysis Training

Through a partnership with PMCentersUSA, you have the opportunity to receive business analysis and project management training. The business analysis training prepares individuals for the International Institute of Business Analysis Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) and Certified Competency in Business Analysis (CCBATM) certification examinations. The project management training prepares individuals for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) and Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification examinations.
More information on business analysis training.

More information on project management training.

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University of Richmond

Mini MBA

The Mini MBA®, a non-credit program, provides a practical foundation in current business theory and practices in an intensive, 14-week format. Through case studies, lecture, problem-solving exercises and interactive class sessions, you will obtain the knowledge you need to succeed within your organization. The goal of this program is to make you more effective by providing a framework of knowledge for making informed business decisions on issues affecting organizations today.

Dates: January 28 – April 29, 2013 (Monday evenings)

Fees: $3,575

Cost: (804) 289-8019 or execed@richmond.edu

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Project Budget and Cost Management

An organization’s bottom-line is the primary indicator of successful cost control. Too many project managers think of cost simply in terms of sound control systems. Cost management is more than control. Cost is a factor in all phases of a project, and well-grounded project management skills directly relate to cost management success. You will learn sound techniques in managing, as well as controlling, cost. The end result is a cadre of useful tools for making cost one of the success factors for the total project.
Dates: March 4-5, 2013; June 10-11, 2013; November 4-5, 2013

Fees: $995

Cost: (804) 289-8019 or execed@richmond.edu

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Accounting and Finance for Non Financial Managers

This workshop is designed to acquaint the non-financial individual or manager with the fields of accounting and finance. It introduces and explains the basic concepts in these two critical areas that all business people need to understand to be effective on the job. Anyone with fiscal responsibilities will benefit from this information-packed seminar. This common sense, application-oriented approach will allow participants to immediately understand and apply the concepts and techniques discussed.
Dates: April 18-19, 2013

Fees: $875

Cost: (804) 289-8019 or execed@richmond.edu

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University of South Carolina

Finance Essentials for the Non-Financial Manager

Corporate restructuring has resulted in broadened responsibilities for many managers. Consequently, financial concerns are an increasing part of the equation, even for those who don’t have a financial background. With today’s increasing emphasis on quantitative measurement of performance, it is virtually imperative that all managers understand the basics of financial analysis. Participants are taught how to evaluate quantitative data and incorporate it into the decision-making process.  
Dates: May 8-10, 2013; September 10-12, 2013         

Fees: $1350/participant ($1050/participant for two or more)

Contact: 803.777.2231 or 800.393.2362
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University of Texas

Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers


Learn how to identify relevant information, apply analytical skills to make better business decisions, and take maximum advantage of business opportunities. Learn the basics or refresh your knowledge of accounting and financial terminology, and financial analysis techniques. This two-day program teaches you how concepts and strategies are integrated into your company’s big picture. You will learn the language of business and begin to understand the reality behind the numbers. Additionally, you will better understand how to address and communicate problems more effectively, identify relevant information, and apply the analytical skills needed to make better business decisions and take maximum advantage of business opportunities.

Date: February 14-15, 2013
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center

Cost: $2,450 (Individual Course); $11,500 - General Management Certificate (includes materials, lunches and breaks.)

Application Deadline: Early registration is encouraged. Class size is limited and may fill to capacity. We request registrations with payment at least 3 weeks in advance of the program start date.
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University of Virginia

Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers

This program provides non-financial managers a familiarity with essential financial terminology, concepts, and applications. With this knowledge, participants will be able to analyze and interpret commonly used financial information in making business decisions and work more effectively with the financial executives in their organizations.

Understanding and Recording Business Transactions

– Fundamental underlying concepts

– The accrual basis of accounting

– The accounting equation and process

Financial Accounting and Reporting

Balance sheet

– Income statement

– Statement of cash flows

– Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

– Financial statement disclosures and communications

– Roles of management, the board, and the auditors

Financial Statement Analysis

– Financial ratios

– Risk analysis

– Economic profit analysis

– Working capital analysis

Strategic Cost Management

– Understanding cost behaviors and terminology

– Relevant cost analysis

– Activity thinking

– Strategic costing

Planning, Budgeting, and Performance Measurement

– Strategy implementation and performance management

– Operating budgets

– Flexible budgets

– Assessing planned vs. actual profitability

– Balanced scorecard methodology

Capital Expenditure Analysis

– Present-value concepts

– Analysis for capital appropriations

– The cost of capital and required returns

– Payback, return on investment, and net present value
Dates: March 17-22, 2013; October 13-18, 2013

Fee: $8,900 per person. The fee includes tuition, course materials, lodging, meals and certificate of participation. We accept payment by check, American Express, MasterCard and Visa. Payment is due upon receipt of invoice and/or acceptance into the program. Companies that send more than one participant to a single program offering will receive 10% off the full fee for any additional participants.

Rebecca Yancey

Phone +1 877.833.3974 U.S./Canada

+1 434.924.3000 Worldwide

Fax +1 434.924-4402

Email Darden_Exed@darden.virginia.edu

Web www.darden.virginia.edu/exed

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