A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
The field of finance can be broken down into personal, public, and corporate finance. Each subfield focuses on management of assets and debts, often focused on investment banking. Students of finance may keep their education general or specialize in a specific area like accounting or corporate finance.
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The Specialization in Financial Management approved in accordance with the rules in force in Colombia aims at training specialists with the skills enough to properly mana
Distance Specialization in Financial Management
The Specialization in Financial Management approved in accordance with the rules in force in Colombia aims at training specialists with the skills enough to properly manage the financial resources of the organization, regardless of their economic and social activity, thus seeking to consolidate governance and feasibility processes to maximize the value of the company.
The curriculum comprises core, cross-curricular and elective study units contributing to the consolidation of the comprehensive academic training in the discipline and in the area of professional interest. These study units are designed to develop skills for managing the financial resources of organizations on a comprehensive basis. The curriculum is characterized by its flexible organization, its non-preconditions requirements, the combination of studies at Universidad EAN supporting the pedagogical model of distance learning and the use of technological tools, and the participation of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain) as an ally providing the academic background and experience of a university belonging to the European Union."...
The candidate profile of the Specialization in Corporate Finance contemplates the acceptance of professionals mainly from the academic disciplines related to economics, a
Why study Specialization in Corporate Finance in the EIA
The candidate profile of the Specialization in Corporate Finance contemplates the acceptance of professionals mainly from the academic disciplines related to economics, accounting, administration and engineering, which favors the multidisciplinary analysis to achieve a comprehensive conception of finance and also ensures a certain level of knowledge in fundamental or basic concepts of them that facilitate the teaching-learning process.
The particular elements that distinguish the Specialization in Corporate Finance of the EIA are: the approach towards financial administration, the evaluation of projects, the valuation of companies, the administration of investments and the measurement and management of risks. All the above supported in the intensive use of mathematical tools and statistics. With the focus of specialization, the aim is to develop attitudes and competencies in specialists that allow them to comprehensively address financial management and develop skills to make critical judgments about plans and processes in the financial area of organizations....