bpa331 | undergraduate
Financial Management For Non-profit Organizations
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Foundations of Budgeting, Planning, and Finance
- Describe the types of costs associated with nonprofit organizations.
- Identify the differences between nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
- Explain the importance of budgeting and planning in a nonprofit environment.
- Discuss cash-flow management strategies.
Nonprofit Financial Analysis
- Explain the financial statements used by nonprofit organizations.
- Discuss the importance of following accounting principles.
- Analyze a nonprofit financial statement.
- Identify financial tools that can be used in management decisions.
- Discuss sources of revenue for nonprofit organizations.
- Explain the components of performance measurement.
The Time Value of Money and Capital Budgeting
- Explain the time value of money.
- Discuss the benefits of cost-benefit analysis.
- Describe the capital budget decision making process.
Investments, Internal Controls, and Financial Strategies
- Identify investment opportunities for nonprofit organizations.
- Analyze nonprofit internal controls.
- Identify conventional and entrepreneurial financial strategies.
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