Develop fundamental skills in financial management for business, as well as general management and managerial accounting. Learn how finances play a role in business decision making.  

 

  • Explore management and managerial accounting topics in course pre-requisites 
  • Analyze how managers make strategic decisions for the success of an organization
  • Learn from business industry experts with experience in financial management
  • Gain specialized knowledge in financial management and planning

Campus

Vancouver

Program Length

ACADEMIC

8 weeks

Start Dates

DAYTIME PROGRAM:

Jan 3, Apr 24, Aug 14, Dec 4


Program Courses

This introductory course is designed to expose students to financial issues and concerns of general managers in modern business. Focusing on how to use financial management to make decisions, this course provides students with all of the practical skills needed to succeed in business. Content includes examples of how Canadian companies adapted financial policies to recent financial crisis; as well as coverage of such topics as break-even analysis, shareholder value and financial statements. Prerequisite: Basic Accounting

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This course is designed to expose students to the issues and concerns of general managers in modern business. The course content builds on foundation concepts from the Introduction to Management course. Using case studies, students will analyze corporate strategies focusing on opportunities and problems in the context of the external and internal environments of companies. Important element of the analysis is how managers make strategic decisions for the success of the organization. Prerequisite: Basic Accounting; Introduction to Management recommended

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