Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Graduate Certificate in Accounting and Financial Decision Making helps students build critical skills for essential financial practices, positioning them for a managerial role. Students learn to see business problems clearly, identify the strategic implications of potential solutions, and develop innovative ways to achieve organizational goals.
In just five courses—with the option to take a sixth to deepen their learning—students will advance their understanding of critical financial practices and build the skills necessary to analyze financial statements, assess risk, and make informed decisions. Depending on the electives they choose, they’ll explore critical topics in greater depth, such as resource acquisition, capital budgeting, and information technology.
Students may enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Accounting and Financial Decision Making for full-time or part-time study.
and ACCT 6201
|Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making 1|
and Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making 2
|FINA 6219||Portfolio Management||3|
|MGSC 6200||Information Analysis||3|
|In consultation with advisor, complete one graduate-level course for which prerequisites have been met. Some courses may fulfill requirements of the MBA program.||1.5-3|
|Managing People and Organizations|
|Enterprise Growth and Innovation|
|Managing the Global Enterprise|
|Global Competition and Market Dominance|
|Managing Information Resources|
|Creating and Sustaining Customer Markets|
|Strategic Decision Making in a Changing Environment|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total semester hours required; may complete a maximum of 15 semester hours
Minimum 3.000 GPA required