Financial decision making course, offered through the financial management certificate series is geared towards those working in financial roles in the private, public and non-profit sectors who are looking for tools and techniques to aid with decision making.
This course focuses on finance industry techniques in evaluating capital projects and making departmental budgeting and investment decisions. This course covers a number of quantitative decision making techniques including net present value, return on investment and break-even point among others.
Those completing this course can expect to learn through an interactive group environment which incorporates lecture and working through case studies.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will understand and be exposed to:
- Measures to detect and protect against financial fraud in the business
- fiscal controls, policies and corporate culture
- best practices
- How does fraud occur?
- Corporate risk tolerance assessment
- Corporate fraud mitigation plans and communication policies
- Internal audit processes or functions
- Warning signs and what to do when fraud occurs
Grant Funding Available
Students can apply for a grant funding for this program. For more information please contact Charlene Miller at (902) 620-5216.
For more information on course offerings, please contact Koren Glenn at 902-628-4394 or email [email protected]