About the course
The aim of this course id to develop knowledge and understanding of the basic financial management principles to aid financial decision making.
On completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Explain the roles of financial management.
2. Describe the major theoretical concepts and tools of finance.
3. Evaluate investment projects.
4. Describe operations of securities markets.
5. Evaluate and compute a firm’s cost of capital.
6. Analyse working capital and its elements.
7. Make an analysis of financial statements.
8. Describe the ethical issues and ways of mitigating them that financial managers face.
Unit 1 - The Finance Function
Unit 2 - Risk and Return
Unit 3 - Time-value of Money
Unit 4 - Shares and Bonds
Unit 5 - Valuation of Securities
Unit 6 - Capital Budgeting
Unit 7 - Cost of Capital
Unit 8 - Finance Markets
Unit 9 - Working Capital Management
Unit 10 - Managing Inventories
Unit 11 - Managing Receivables
Unit 12 - Managing Payables
Unit 13 - Cash Management
Unit 14 - Financial Analysis and Control
The course has been designed for students undertaking Financial Management under CPA(U) professional course and has been built around the official CPA(U) syllabus. The course is also designed for students pursuing a foreign accountancy qualifications such as ACCA and students undertaking Corporate Finance related course units at institutions of higher learning.
CPA Innocent MUGISHA
CPA Innocent Mugisha is a Professor of Finance and Accounting with over 10 years experience in teaching Accounting and Finance related courses including Financial Management both at University and Professional level. His qualifications are: PhD (candidate), MBA(Finance), CPA(U), FCCA, CIPS, CTA and BCOM (Accounting). Innocent has also published various books on most topics in Accounting and Finance for Business and Professional Studies.
Perfect for participants looking for weekly classes