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Financial Analysis For The Business Manager

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Success of an organization is often measured in numbers. Organizations must make sound economic decisions to stay competitive in today's economy. One way to make appropriate and informed decisions is to review financial analyses. This course provides students with an overview of commonly used financial statements and performance metrics found in the workplace. Students will learn the purpose of each financial statement and how to use them in decision-making. This course provides 0.8 continuing education units in two, 4-hour workshops.

This non-credit course is 2 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 2 weeks

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    Financial Analysis for the Business Manager

    • Apply appropriate formulas to calculate financial ratios
    • Interpret the results of the financial ratio calculations
    • Describe commonly used financial ratios
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