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The management of assets for an organization, company or individual is an essential responsibility and a foundation of business knowledge. Finance courses at universities and business schools in the USA either establish a basic understanding, or build upon a foundation of finance knowledge already acquired. Specializations are frequent among finance courses in the USA, and may concentrate on the Healthcare sector, Management, Financial Planning, Venture Capital, Measuring Performance, Strategy and more. 

Toward the successful, practical application of finance concepts and related skills, finance courses use class work, lectures, seminars, projects and assessments for finance students. Finance courses are offered at universities and business schools across the USA, from Stanford to Philadelphia, Chicago to Austin, Portland to Dallas and more. Some finance courses last only a few days, while others require attendance for a semester or longer. The duration of finance courses in the USA is determined by the level of specificity built into the curriculum, the academic materials and course content, the university and the nature of the course itself. It is important to contact the university in the USA using the web form on the course information page to find out more about a finance course that might suit you.

Whether you are interested in professional development, accruing required course credits, or are considering a career change, you can learn all about the opportunities available to you by browsing through the finance courses in the USA listed below.

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FinTech School

After a relatively late start, the InsurTech sector has seen increased funding and interest in 2015 and Q1 2016. The need for better user experience, demand for different ... [+]

After a relatively late start, the InsurTech sector has seen increased funding and interest in 2015 and Q1 2016. The need for better user experience, demand for different on-demand insurance products by Millennials, increase in data from sensors and IoT present huge potential for Insurance sector disruption in health insurance, life insurance, and property and casualty insurance sectors. But at the same time, regulatory nuances in these sectors present challenges for startups unfamiliar with the insurance industry. Recent partnerships between established global Insurance firms and InsurTech startups is showing a potential way forward for this evolving industry.

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USA San Francisco
September 2019
Part-time
Online
FinTech School

Traditional wealth management/ PFM world was shaken with the advent of so-called “robo advisors” in recent years. ‘Robo-advisor’ is a generic term used to describe a new ... [+]

Traditional wealth management/ PFM world was shaken with the advent of so-called “robo advisors” in recent years. ‘Robo-advisor’ is a generic term used to describe a new class of investment advisory service that is offered online, is automated and based on algorithms. This new class of advice started as an offering to occupy the space between self-directed (DIY) investors and human financial advisor recommended investment advice. Further, it was considered an ideal advice vehicle for digital savvy millennials. While several robo-advisor startups entered the PFM marketplace, only a few remain standing and have cumulatively attracted only a small fraction of the overall investable assets. But, these robo-advisors have had a bigger impact on the industry. They have forced traditional investment advisory firms to evolve and provide automated, low-cost investment advice options. Further, robo-advisors have themselves evolved to cater to the B2B market as well as to other areas like retirement plan advice and education plan advice. All this only goes to show that automated advice is still is in its nascent stages and is here to stay in one form or another.... [-]

USA San Francisco
September 2019
Part-time
Online
FinTech School

The JOBS Act, or otherwise known as the Crowdfunding Act, has been passing into law since 2012 with the most recent development, Regulation CF, enacted in May of 2016 whi ... [+]

The JOBS Act, or otherwise known as the Crowdfunding Act, has been passing into law since 2012 with the most recent development, Regulation CF, enacted in May of 2016 which has opened up investing in privately-held businesses to the average investor. Previously, only the wealthiest individuals that had $200K or more in annual salary or $1MM+ in net worth, could partake.

This is analogous to tapping into the “other 96%” of US investors as potential sources of startup capital, which brings forth a new financial instrument to enable small and midsize businesses (SMBs) to raise their working capital from their own personal and professional networks or investor networks sourced via a crowdfunding portal or broker-dealer. There are many applications of crowdfunding in today’s marketplace such as tech startups, real estate, cleantech, tourist attractions, computer games, music bands and product companies to name a few.... [-]

USA San Francisco
September 2019
Part-time
Online
FinTech School

It seems like almost every week you see a new report on the impact of FinTech. Some reports proclaim that up to 30% of Financial Services industry’s current jobs will bec ... [+]

It seems like almost every week you see a new report on the impact of FinTech. Some reports proclaim that up to 30% of Financial Services industry’s current jobs will become redundant in the coming years due to FinTech. Some reports comment that FinTech has shaken up the highly regulated industry and is benefiting the end consumer. But no one seems to be disputing that FinTech is redefining the Financial Services industry as we know it. Venture Capitalists, as well as Corporates, believe so. They are investing in FinTech startups and initiatives. As per a recent KPMG and CB Insights report, $19.1 Bn flowed in the FinTech sector just in 2015. That’s a 106% jump compared to 2014.

If you have ever wondered what this FinTech buzz is all about, or even wondered what FinTech is all about, this course is for you.... [-]

USA San Francisco
September 2019
Part-time
1 day
Online
TrainUp

Offering 2706 Finance training courses from 231 training providers including Lorman Education, NBI, Inc., SkillSoft. Browse instructor-led and virtual Finance training se ... [+]

Financial Training Classes and Seminars

Offering 2706 Finance training courses from 231 training providers including Lorman Education, NBI, Inc., SkillSoft. Browse instructor-led and virtual Finance training seminars along with a variety of self-paced classes. Offering 1468 online e-learning Finance courses, available either online, CD/DVD, printed course manuals or recorded webcasts. TrainUp.com also offers the ability to request in-house or onsite Finance courses or train-the-trainer curriculum programs.

Almost every firm, government agency, and organization has one or more financial departments who oversee the preparation of financial reports, investment activities, payroll, accounting, bookkeeping and implementing cash management strategies. As computers are increasingly used to record and organize data, many financial departments are spending more time developing strategies and implementing the long-term goals of their organization. Since 1999, banks, insurance companies, and brokerage firms have been allowed to broaden their financial services. As a result, the demand for financial training has increased.... [-]

USA McKinney
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
Campus
Online
University of Tulsa College of Business Administration

A one-day event designed to give you the tools to plan for the next business disaster. ... [+]

The next natural disaster, IT glitch or terrorist attack could disrupt your business. Just how long could your company survive?

Predictions of a pandemic, devastation from recent hurricanes and tornadoes, employee fraud, computer viruses—no business can afford to discount the potential impact of such unforeseen events. Having an enterprise-wide Business Continuity Plan could mean the difference between recovering from a disruption of business operations and losing the business.

Whether you are part of the leadership team of a small to medium-sized company or senior management of a large corporation—you need to prepare for the next business crisis. And preparation is not just about surviving an IT outage but protecting business facilities, equipment, services, transportation, people, finances and more. A comprehensive continuity plan can put you in control when the next unexpected event threatens your business.... [-]

USA Tulsa Toledo
June 2019
Part-time
1 day
Campus
University of Tulsa College of Business Administration

If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. ... [+]

We have revamped our Advanced Project Management Course—and now include Project Risk Management. Same great course; just more depth. Project Risk Management filters its way throughout the course, but has one intensive module dedicated to the topic as well.

If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. For maximum course benefit, we strongly recommend that you attend the Developing Project Management Skills or an equivalent course and have at least one-year practical project management experience. Participants should review project management principles prior to attending this course.

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USA Tulsa Toledo
March 2020
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University

The program is a concentrated, week-long course of study that begins late afternoon on Sunday and concludes at mid-afternoon on the following Friday. Most days consist of ... [+]

A one-week seminar delivering a hands-on approach to mastering the essentials of the financial side of today's energy industry.The seminar draws middle- to senior-level attendees from many segments of the oil and gas industry and from a variety of functional areas within energy companies. You will meet and share ideas with executives from around the world. Much of your time during the program will be spent discussing industry issues with other program participants – in small discussion groups, in lively classroom sessions, over lunch, and in informal sessions back at the hotel.The program is a concentrated, week-long course of study that begins late afternoon on Sunday and concludes at mid-afternoon on the following Friday. Most days consist of three class sessions and three small group discussions. A typical workday starts with group discussions and ends with individual preparation late in the evening. It is important to note that this is an in-residence program. Past experience has shown that participants benefit greatly from the group interaction and concentrated experience that the in-residence format allows.Who Should Attend - Non-financial managers who want to achieve some degree of financial literacy in an energy industry setting - Financial managers who wish to sharpen their skills, broaden their base of knowledge, and relate their functional skills to a broader, general management context - The typical participant has more than five years of management experience - The age of attendees has generally ranged from the early 30s to the early 50s - Participants will be from... [-]

USA Dallas
September 2019
Part-time
1 week
Campus
California State University Long Beach College of Business Administration

This course will equip you with the current facts you need to prepare for a financially secure retirement. You will learn how to protect your hard-earned money from infla ... [+]

Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement

This course will equip you with the current facts you need to prepare for a financially secure retirement. You will learn how to protect your hard-earned money from inflation, income taxes, and erosion due to possible long-term health care needs. Methods for how to use the conservative approach to wise money management and the lifestyle issues facing retirees will also be covered.

Topics Include

How to retire early Planning for a successful retirement How to "inflation-proof" retirement income How to minimize health care cost

Instructor

Lisa McElravey, is a registered representative of Financial Network Investment Corporation, member SIPC, a full-service broker/dealer and Registered Investment Advisor.... [-]

USA Long Beach
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Although the program primarily focuses on quantitative strategies in U.S. equities, the basic principles can be applied to other assets and to the international arena. ... [+]

This program examines the latest research on investment strategies. Although the program primarily focuses on quantitative strategies in U.S. equities, the basic principles can be applied to other assets and to the international arena.

The program will expose investment professionals both to fundamental concepts in portfolio management and to cutting-edge research – including new research in behavioral finance. Starting with the building blocks of risk and return, the seminar discusses building quantitative strategies, assessing and controlling investment risk, implementing strategies, and minimizing trading costs. Participants will also tackle a case study designed around the use of portfolio software for asset management. The case study will illustrate the various methodologies presented during the program, including the use of factor models for asset management. The last day of the program is devoted to the increasingly important hedge fund industry.... [-]

USA Chicago Philadelphia
September 2019
Part-time
5 days
Campus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

This program will enhance your ability to understand financial reports, better communicate with financial officers in your organization, evaluate your unit's financial pe ... [+]

This five-day program will enhance your ability to understand financial reports, better communicate with financial officers in your organization, evaluate your unit's financial performance, and make sound financial decisions.

The purpose of this course is to help nonfinancial managers interpret data from financial reports, including balance sheets, income statements, budgets, and divisional performance reports and make better business decisions based upon this information. The program will teach the analysis of historical performance of financial reports and forecasting financial performance.

Participants will be better able to communicate the financial goals and performances of their departments to outside sources. They will improve their understanding and be able to use financial language to communicate with others, including financial managers in their organizations.... [-]

USA Chicago Philadelphia
September 2019
Part-time
5 days
Campus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

The purpose of this course is to help managers gain a thorough understanding of what financial derivatives are, how they work, how they are used. ... [+]

The purpose of this course is to help financial managers, general managers, senior functional managers, and other nonfinancial managers gain a thorough understanding of what financial derivatives are, how they work, how they are used, and how to measure the risks and rewards associated with them.

While using and trading derivatives can add enormous value to a firm, a lack of understanding of risk management techniques can easily lead to disaster. It is, therefore, vital for financial and nonfinancial firms to be knowledgeable about the latest tools, tactics, and strategies for risk management.

Program Goals

You will leave this course with a solid and immediately useful understanding of:... [-]

USA Chicago Philadelphia
September 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University

This three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. ... [+]

Understanding the NumbersThis three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. The first day of the program begins at the most fundamental level and introduces basic accounting terminology and concepts. The three primary financial statements - the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows - are described in detail. Differences between cash and accrual-based accounting are highlighted. Then, participants together construct and interpret a set of financial statements.Day two of the course builds on these fundamental principles, demonstrating how to use financial statement data to evaluate financial performance and how to forecast future resource needs. The day ends with an introduction to capital budgeting and project decision-making techniques.The final day moves into the realm of Managerial Accounting. Here, the focus will be on using relevant cost and financial data to make better business decisions. The course concludes with a discussion of performance metrics and management control systems.Who Should Attend- Managers at all levels who work in non-financial areas - Technical managers with profit-loss and/or budget responsibilities - Individuals targeted for promotion - Anyone needing an introductory look at financial basics and financial statements Key Topics* Fundamental Accounting and Finance Concepts - Learning the basic terms and concepts necessary to grasp the numbers side of your business - Understanding the accounting process, its role in the organization and its role in the overall economy - How accounting and finance procedures impact business decisions * An Introduction to Financial Statements - The... [-]

USA Dallas
November 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

Strategic Planning and Implementation provides managers with knowledge of successful techniques for long-range planning, strategy formulation, and strategy implementation ... [+]

Overview Strategic Planning and Implementation provides managers with knowledge of successful techniques for long-range planning, strategy formulation, and strategy implementation.This intensive, five-day program explores a broad set of strategic management issues--including industry analysis, global competitive strategy, and the strategic planning process--to provide a framework for analysis and implementation.

Who Should Attend Experienced senior-level managers who now have or will have responsibility for strategic planning and decision making in their organizations will especially benefit from this program. This includes vice presidents, general managers, corporate and business planners, and directors of functional areas in marketing, operations, and finance.... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
June 2019
Part-time
5 days
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

Finance for the Non-financial Manager program teaches basics of finance to non-financial managers who do not have formal training in the uses and reporting of financial i ... [+]

* Boost your management career by obtaining a firm grasp of financial basics * Become more effective in communicating with financial executives of your organization * Gain a thorough understanding of the impact of your decisions on financial statements * Learn how to evaluate operating performance and make value-creating decisions OverviewFinance for the Non-financial Manager program teaches basics of finance to non-financial managers who do not have formal training in the uses and reporting of financial information.

This program enables managers to:- Communicate with the treasurer or controller of their company or division - Better understand how the outcomes of business decisions are reflected in the financial statements - Enhance decision making through the use of financial analysis - Learn the link between business decisions and shareholder value - Develop guidelines to measure success in financial terms ... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
November 2019
Part-time
5 days
Campus