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Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

February 27-March 3, 2023 | UT Campus | $6,600

Enroll in Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Upcoming Sessions

Class Details

Finance & Accounting

Date

02/27/23 - 03/03/23

5 Days

Instructors

Eric Hirst

James (Jim) Nolen

Location

Rowling Hall,

Room Comal

UT Campus

Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Finance & Accounting

Date

02/27/23 - 03/03/23

5 Days

Instructors

Eric Hirst

James (Jim) Nolen

Location

Rowling Hall,

Room Comal

UT Campus

Class

Concentration

Date

Location

Instructors

Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Finance & Accounting

02/27/23 - 03/03/23

5 Days

Rowling Hall,

Room Comal

UT Campus

Eric Hirst

James (Jim) Nolen

  • LEARN TO INTERPRET FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

    Are you fluent in the language of business? Do you understand the tradeoffs between risk and return? Apply analytical skills to make informed decisions and interpret your company’s liquidity and profitability. Gain insight into how accounting data drives your company’s financial performance, and solidify the foundation to make better financial management decisions.

What You'll Learn

Effective Communication of Financial Goals

  • Communicate financial goals and performance more effectively
  • Gain legitimacy among peers and senior management
  • Take full advantage of business opportunities with confidence

Methods to Evaluate Financial Performance

  • Examine the content and make connections between the three major financial statements
  • Evaluate the financial performance of your company or unit
  • Analyze the performance metrics by which you are being measured and why they matter
  • Gain exposure to diverse financial approaches, including methods of business valuation

Decision Making Based Upon Financial Strategies

  • Determine how accounting concepts and financial strategies are integrated into your company’s decision making processes
  • Examine different financial strategies and anticipate what financial statements should look like given the company’s business model
  • Benchmark financial performance over time and against competitors
  • Implement sophisticated working capital management techniques

Attending this Course

  • Individuals

    This course is appropriate for individuals who seek deeper understanding of financial concepts and how they relate to business operations.
  • Teams

    Organizations often send pairs or small teams, to support the launch of new initiatives.
  • Requirements & Credit

    There are no prerequisites for this course. Participants earn 2.8 CEUs and/or 28 CPEs for this course, as well as a certificate of completion.
First Class in All Respects
The class sets a great framework for igniting an interest in learning more about finances. The class has inspired me to focus daily on enrichment with financial outlook and planning for our company. This experience was first class in all respects.
Classroom full of professionals learning

Instructors

  • Eric Hirst
    Eric Hirst Headshot
    Eric Hirst

    Professor of Accounting

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  • James (Jim) Nolen
    Jim Nolen headshot
    James (Jim) Nolen

    Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Finance

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  • Reimbursement Options

    Learn more about course credits and options for course reimbursement. Get tips on the best way to approach your manager and download a customizable template to facilitate making the ask.
  • Course Location

    In person courses take place at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center and adjoining Rowling Hall on the UT campus in Austin. These world-class facilities provide a comfortable and convenient learning environment, with direct access to the 40 acres of campus and within walking distance of downtown Austin. Live online and on-demand course options are available for many courses.

Demonstrate Your Expertise with a Certificate

Financial metrics on a screen
Resource
  • Making Sense of Financial Metrics

    Simple approaches can determine how much value a firm is creating by looking at its financial statements.

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