About the Program
Do you want to advance your career and move toward an organizational leadership position, such as a Chief Financial Officer? Ideal for midcareer professionals, this MicroMasters program will help you build the skills you’ll need to make high-level decisions that impact your organization’s current operations and financial future.
You will gain hands-on experience as you report and analyze financial transactions of corporations. Further, you will learn how to assess risks and returns of alternative investments by analyzing SEC 10-K reports of Fortune 500 companies and enhance your ability to make effective financial management decisions to prepare for future career advancement.
What you will learn?
- Manage an organization’s financial operations; including revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities, and equity.
- Evaluate alternative investments by using time value of money calculations, and understanding their effect on cash flow.
- Perform financial analyses and modeling.
- Contribute to strategic management decision-making and operational problem-solving.
- Use case studies of real companies facing financial challenges to analyze situations, assess risks, and propose courses of action.
Courses in the Program
- Financial Decision Making
- Financial Accounting for Corporations
- Financial Management in Organizations
- Long-term Financial Management
- Sharon L. Levin Chair and Professor of Accounting and Financial Management University of Maryland Global Campus
- Jayanta Sen Program Chair of Financial Management University of Maryland Global Campus
- Jiya Jain Professor Emeritus University of St. Francis
- Kirby Cundiff Program Chair, Financial Management University of Maryland Global Campus
- Monica Sava Bruenn
To enroll for this course, click the link below.
MicroMasters Program in Accounting and Financial Management