bshs373 | undergraduate
Financial Management In Human Services
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Financial Management in Human Services
- Explain the role of financial management in human service organizations.
- Describe the infrastructure of human service organizations.
- Explain the role of risk management in human service organizations.
- Compare and contrast the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
Financial Statements and Performance Measures
- Interpret financial statements for human service organizations.
- Identify differences in line-item breakdowns within financial statements.
- Describe various performance measures.
- Use ratios to measure performance.
Grants, Contracts, and Fund Development
- Describe the changing environment of funding for human service organizations.
- Explain the role of social enterprise in fund development.
- Evaluate funding options.
Overview of Accounting and Audits
- Interpret a trial balance sheet.
- Differentiate between accounting in for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
- Explain the role of audits.
- Create a line-item budget.
- Formulate financial projections.
- Describe various budgeting techniques.
- Explain the importance of a workable budget.
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