Finance & Accounting for Decision-Making

David Eccles School of Business

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David Eccles School of Business

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Finance is an integral and most important component of any business, so everyone needs to improve their competence in this area. Finance courses will ...

Who should attend

This course is designed for anyone who wants to better understand the financial considerations of starting, running, and growing a business. This includes managers who do not have a solid grasp of financial administration and leaders who want to make better data-driven financial decisions.

About the course

Through this course, you will learn accounting and financial principles and utilize these skills to be a better leader.Strengthen your decision-making process and gain a better understanding of finances and budgeting to make confident decisions in your organization. In this course, you will use small business examples to demonstrate how to create and evaluate budgets and raise money for your organization. You will use these foundational skills to learn how to account for operations and assess performance. By doing so, you will gain a deeper understanding of how to invest in growth

Building a Budget

  • The budgeting process
  • Different approaches to budgeting
  • Building an example budget

Raising Capital

  • Initial investment
  • Loans
  • Net present values
  • Cost of capital

Financial Statements

  • Accounting for operations
  • Determining COGS
  • Recognizing revenues
  • Depreciating fixed assets
  • Managing cash flow

Evaluating a Performance

  • Evaluating financials
  • Variance analysis
  • New projections

Business Valuation and Growth

  • Principles of business valuation
  • Growth and valuation

Personal Impact

  • Advance your career
  • Make data-driven decisions
  • Understand budgets, capital, and financial statements

Organizational Impact

  • Invest in growth and knowledge
  • Evaluate performance based on data
  • Develop comprehension of key financial concepts among leaders

Experts

Brian Cadman

Brian Cadman earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Oregon. Before joining the faculty at the University of Utah, Professor Cadman was on the faculty at the Kellogg School of Management and The Wharton School. Professor Cadman’s ...

Finance & Accounting for Decision-Making at David Eccles School of Business

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During Finance courses, you will get acquainted with a huge number of financial analyst tools and learn how to work with them. So, you will learn how to make and analyze financial reporting, calculate the main financial indicators of the company and ...

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