Even experienced managers may find finance and accounting difficult to understand and apply. This program, taught by award-winning Georgia Tech professors, will provide the concepts and tools that non-financial professionals need to improve operating and financial decision making.
Managers in sales, operation, human resources, marketing, or engineering functions that need an understanding of finance and accounting principles to perform effectively, as well as technical professionals and functional leaders transitioning into managerial positions
How You Will Benefit
Develop the ability to read and understand the four basic financial statements.
Learn to evaluate the financial statements using both ratio and vertical analysis methods.
Examine the important information included in financial statements for industry and competitor analysis.
Understanding Financial Statements
Evaluating Financial Performance
Evaluating Corporate Investments
Creating Value Through Effective Financing Decisions
Short Term Financial Planning
Financial Forecasting and Managing Growth
Financial Instruments and Managing Risk
Business Valuation and Corporate Restructuring
Planning, Controlling, and Decision Making
Students should bring a laptop and company financial statements
Case studies and handouts
Textbook: Analysis for Financial Management, by Robert C. Higgins
Partner with Georgia Tech to hire a veteran. As a partner, the Georgia Tech program will train military members in areas that directly translate to their job duties.
Georgia Tech Professional Education allows working professionals and industry partners to access the expertise of a world-renowned technological research university. As an academic division of the Georgia Institute of Technology, we embrace the Georgia Tech values of integrity, excellence, impact, and innovation. These values drive every aspect of our programs.