Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Online 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.
Course topics include financial risk management, value creation, and information analysis. Students enhance or acquire the ability to understand how investors, money managers, and corporate managers make economic and financial decisions.
|ACCT 6272||Financial Statement Preparation and Analysis||2.25|
|ACCT 6273||Identifying Strategic Implications in Accounting Data||2.25|
|FINA 6200||Value Creation through Financial Decision Making||3|
|MGSC 6200||Information Analysis||3|
|MGSC 6204||Managing Information Resources||1.5|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required