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Management Services

Status
Title
Credit Hours
CFO Guidebook (22 hours)
Change Management (3 hours)
Controller Guidebook (20 hours)
Credit and Collections (14 hours)
Enterprise Risk Management (10 hours)
MBA Guidebook (21 hours)
Payroll Management (15 hours)
Startup Fundraising (9 hours)

CFO Guidebook

CFO Guidebook
Course number: B447304
This course will help you understand the key responsibilities of the CFO position. It discusses the role of the CFO in strategic planning, the control environment, the acquisition process, including due diligence and valuation, and much more. You’ll also learn all about budgeting, cash management, fund raising, going public, funding, information technology and more. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 22 hours
 

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Change Management

Change Management
Course number: MM273101
The Change Management course is designed to assist the reader in conducting major change initiatives. It focuses on the many pitfalls that can cause failure, as well as the best change management process for improving the odds of success. The course also notes the characteristics of the person who should lead a change initiative, and how to deal with the conflicts that are frequently triggered by a major change. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services.     Course credit: 3 hours
 

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Controller Guidebook

Controller Guidebook
Course number: B483605
Covers every aspect of being a controller, including the management of accounts payable, cash, collections, inventory, payroll, and more. It also shows you how to close the books, which reports to issue to the management team, how to create a budget, and how to select and install an accounting computer system. Provides comprehensive coverage not only of what to do, but critical timing and sequence considerations for when to do it, how each element should be done, to whom to delegate required tasks and functions, how to manage the many functions, and why each is needed for the full range of controller responsibilities. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 20 hours
 

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Credit and Collections

Credit and Collections
Course number: B432204
This course shows how to achieve a balance between more sales and a reasonable amount of bad debt by focusing on the design and management of the credit and collection functions. The discussion ranges from the structure of specific jobs to the full range of collection and litigation tactics that can be used to collect money from customers. Topics include credit policies, customer billings, risk reduction, customer credit ratings, collection tactics, skip tracing, collection agencies, litigation, bankruptcy, allowance for doubtful accounts, and more. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 14 hours
 

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Enterprise Risk Management

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Enterprise Risk Management
Course number: B459302
Enterprise Risk Management describes the concept of risk management, how to integrate it into an organization’s strategy, and who is responsible for it. The course also addresses risk management at the level of the individual functional area, including treasury and accounting, sales and marketing, human resources, and information technology. There is coverage of contingency planning, insurance, financial analysis, and risk-related measurements and reports. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services.     Course credit: 10 hours
 

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MBA Guidebook

MBA Guidebook
Course number: B468202
This course describes the essentials of the core topics covered in a top-tier MBA program. The intent is to give the user a broad understanding of the key concepts needed to run a business—in one comprehensive course. Topics covered include sales and marketing, operations management, product development, risk management, business valuation, capital structure analysis, and the interpretation of financial statements. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 21 hours
 

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Payroll Management

Payroll Management
Course number: B469521
This course makes the job of the payroll department easier by clearly defining the most efficient and effective means for running the department, while also addressing the following topics: whether an individual is an employee, how to track employee time worked, how to calculate all types of employee earnings, how to process tax withholdings and other deductions, how and when to remit taxes to the government, how to select the best method for paying employees, how to complete and submit government forms, how to set up a payroll recordkeeping system, which procedures and controls to install for payroll processes, and how to measure the performance of the department. An appendix contains the due dates for key filings and remittances to the federal government. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 15 hours
 

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Startup Fundraising

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Startup Fundraising
Course number: B271501
Startup Fundraising takes a fresh look at raising money for startups, with a focus on the changing face of startup finance. New regulations are making the old go-to advice less relevant, as startup money is increasingly moving online. These new waters are all but uncharted—and founders need an accessible guide. This course helps you navigate the online world of startup fundraising with easy-to-follow explanations and expert perspective on the new digital world of finance. You will find tips and tricks on raising money and investing in startups from early stage to growth stage, and develop a clear strategy based on the new realities surrounding today\'s startup landscape. Learn how the JOBS Act impacts the fundraising model; gain insight on startups from early stage to growth stage; find the money you need to get your venture going; craft your pitch and optimize the strategy; build momentum; identify the right investors; avoid the common mistakes; and more. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Management Services    Course credit: 9 hours
 

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