Finance training courses and schoolsTotal 600 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
Finance Knowledge, Skills and Tools programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Finance - Personal and FamilyCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Management of income, expenditures, credit, savings, investment, insurance, taxes, and assets considering legislation and economic conditions.
Economics of Public FinanceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Public Finance is an optional applied course in one of the key field areas of economics. The objective of the course is to equip students with the analytical framework and tools required to discern the efficiency and equity consequences of government spending programs and tax policies. In addition, students should acquire a familiarity with normative analysis of tax and spending policies, based on specified value judgments. Applications to current public issues and policy debates are an integral part of the course.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
â—?explain and apply the theoretical and empirical tools of Public Finance,
â—?analyze and describe the consequences and impacts on fairness of non-rivalry and non-exludability in the form of public goods and of positive and negative externalities,
â—?explain the various approaches of defining equity in the context of income distribution and describe the various programs in place in the ... [Read More]
Agricultural FinanceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course is excellent preparation for those interested in the financial analysis, risk management and investment decision aspects of running a farm, ranch or agribusiness operation. It is also a great opportunity for those interested to learn about key trends, institutions and financial issues facing the ag and food sector.
In this course, students will:
â—?Become better acquainted with the current financial position of US agribusiness, farms and ranches.
â—?Explore how a firmâ€™s financial information are indicators of performance, and explore the role that debt financing plays in a firmâ€™s growth and solvency.
â—?Confront investment issues by understanding opportunity costs, tax implications and decision rules in capital budgeting.
â—?Characterize financial risk in a firm, and understand how to use various strategies to mitigate risk (diversification, capital structure and informed decision making).
After completing the course, st... [Read More]
Financial Management in TourismCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course focuses on enhancing the student&,#146,s understanding of key concepts of finance as they relate to a travel and tourism business. While many of the concepts covered in this course are applicable to those students who find themselves working for large corporations, the content also applies for those students working in or starting smaller entrepreneurial tourism enterprises. Case studies and discussions will apply concepts specifically to businesses within the travel and tourism industry. The first section of the course introduces students to the financial accounting aspect of finance, including an introduction to basic finance and economic concepts and analyzing financial statements. The second section of the course addresses management accounting aspects of finance including forecasting and budgeting, analysis of profit, profitability, and cost structure, and working capital management
Finance (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Finance Certificate is designed for individuals who have a professional or personal interest in gaining a broader knowledge in advanced corporate finance, international finance, and financial institutions and credit markets. With seminar-style courses that are offered pass or fail, this certificate is an ideal complement to MBA degree programs or for students seeking to establish finance as an area of specialty.
The certificate courses, taught by College of Business Department of Finance professors, are designed to provide industry-specific knowledge relevant to conducting business in various financial environments. This certificate program is not designed as a primer or introductory course grouping.
International FinanceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
â€‹A study of international financial markets and the financial operations of a firm within the international environment. The course will consider the macroeconomic implications of the international monetary systems, currency markets, theories of exchange rate determination and forecasting, and examine international financial decisions from a corporate risk management perspective.
Financial EngineeringCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Understand how derivatives can be used to control and manage financial risk, and to understand how derivatives present opportunities for financing by both financial and non-financial firms.
Financial ModelingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
An overview of current applications in financial modeling and data analysis. Topics covered in the course will include sensitivity and scenario analysis, simulation and data mining, optimization techniques, asset pricing analysis, and derivatives modeling.
Quantitative Methods in FinanceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Mathematical foundation required for finance by focusing on problem-solving techniques and analytical skills. Topics include the study of functions, linear algebra, differential calculus, optimization, and differential equations.
Financial StatisticsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Probability and statistical concepts and quantitative tools used in financial modeling and decision-making. Topics include discrete and continuous probability distributions, hypothesis testing principles, multiple regression analysis, and application of statistical tools to analyze financial returns, and option pricing models.
Financial Risk Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Master of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Financial Risk Management at the Colorado State University College of Business is a rigorous program that provides a comprehensive study of the principles, processes, and practices of investment analysis, portfolio management, corporate finance and financial risk management.
Financial risk management has emerged as one of the most sought-after skills in the financial services industry, offering outstanding career potential and excellent global corporate visibility.
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Real Estate FinanceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
This course focuses on understanding the dynamics of the real estate industry, mortgages, leases and valuation of commercial real estate.
Financial PlanningCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course focuses on the following topics: time value of money, personal financial statements, analysis of current financial position, retirement plans, government sponsored benefits and education planning. Additional topics will include: economic factors affecting financial planning decisions, ethics, and the financial planning process. The course is designed to meet part of the education requirements for the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERâ„?certification.
Financial Markets and InvestmentsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Structure, function and operation of financial markets, security valuation methods, diversification and portfolio management, and investment performance analysis.
Financial Reporting and AnalysisCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Tools and techniques for assessing and predicting the financial condition of the firm, including statement construction, performance evaluation, forecasting and shareholder value analysis.
Corporate Financial EngineeringCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Focuses on how financial engineering is used in firms to reduce their costs of financing, to alter their fundamental risk exposures and, in a handful of cases, to provide them with new ways to compete. Primarily intended for students who plan to serve in corporate roles that will involve significant interaction with financial markets and institutions.
Financial Risk ManagementCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Introduces many of the approaches financial institutions (investment and commercial banks, hedge funds, insurance companies and pension plans) take to model, quantify, and manage risk. Types of risks covered include financial (equity, currency, interest rate, and credit), as well as operational. The Basel II and Solvency II regulatory frameworks to risk management will also be studied. Students will be expected to have good exposure to financial derivatives from the prerequisite courses as well as to the basic concepts from calculus and statistics.
Banking, Central Banking, and the International Finance SystemCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Examines the evolving architecture of the international financial system. Discusses the nature of international banking, including the role of shadow banks, central banking and the fragility of the financial system and why it is prone to crises, and finally, the government&,#146,s involvement in the financial system, exploring the rationale and structure of regulation.
Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial FinanceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Emphasizes financial decision making skills for entrepreneurs. The structure will follow the firm&,#146,s life cycle, with modules on contracting, valuation, and financial planning in the entrepreneurial context, raising capital, security choice, and the structure and valuation of exit decisions in the presence of information uncertainty.
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