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Project Budget And Finance

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This course applies finance concepts to evaluate and manage projects. Students will prepare a plan to obtain funding and manage a project budget. Other topics include return on investment, cost classification, debt and equity financing, and project cash flows.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Managing Costs

    • Develop strategies to manage project costs.
    • Calculate project costs.

    Obtaining Funding

    • Determine target capital structure of a business project.
    • Develop a strategy to obtain project funding.

    Creating and Managing the Project Budget

    • Develop a project budget.
    • Create a plan to manage a project budget.

    The DuPont Method

    • Calculate activity ratios.
    • Calculate profitability ratios.
    • Calculate liquidity ratios.
    • Calculate solvency ratios.

    Introduction to Budgetary Finance

    • Explain the major components of project planning.
    • Explain the major components of project execution and control.

    Determining Project Viability

    • Determine the financial viability of a business project through cash flow analysis.
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