Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

University of Tulsa College of Business Administration

Program Description

Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

University of Tulsa College of Business Administration

Need a better understanding of accounting & finance principles & where your managerial budget fits into the firm’s big picture?  Want to understand accounting lingo?  Want some “hands on” interaction to help you come to grips with those bottom line decisions?  Whether you are an experienced manager with increasing budget responsibilities, a new manager, a small business owner, a board member or investor—you need to understand the basics of accounting & finance

We are pleased to announce our partnership with the makers of Zodiak, a financial game being used by several fortune 500 companies to educate employees on the basics of accounting & finance.  Zodiak involves participants in a game simulation where they purchase a company, invest $4 million, sign a bank loan & try to make business decisions that will make the firm successful.

But it’s not all fun & games.  Along the way, terms like “cash flow”, “return on equity”, “working capital”, “cost of goods sold” &“assets” come vividly to life. More importantly, through the profits & pitfalls of running their own company, participants discover tools that may well change the way they view & do their jobs.

From the game to the real world, participants will leave with a new understanding of accounting & finance, including:

  • Financial statements & basic accounting principles: Balance sheet, income statement & statement of changes in stockholders’ equity
  • Net Income versus cash flow
  • Statements of cash flow:  Financial analysis using ratios & other tools
  • Nature of financial management:  Functions of financial management goals & objectives of the firm, asset & financing needs & cash basis vs. accrual basis
  • The working capital cycle:  Funds flow through the firm's operating cycle & cash cycle time line
  • Managing cash:  Why hold cash & the cash budget as a key planning tool
  • Other current assets & liabilities:  Accounts receivable, inventory management & accounts payable
  • Capital budgeting:  Identification of capital projects with excess value, measuring costs & benefits of capital projects, evaluating capital
     


Target audience


 Experienced managers with budget responsibilities
 
 New managers
 
 Small business owners
 
 Board members
 
 Investors
 
 Anyone who needs to understand the basics principles of finance & accounting
 

Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Dec. 2016
Duration
Duration
2 days
Part time
Price
Price
595 USD
Information
Deadline
Start date Dec. 2016
Place
USA Tulsa, Oklahoma
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USA Tulsa, Oklahoma
Application deadline Request Info
End date Request Info
Duration 2 days
Price 595 USD