FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS: The Financial Management Programs at the Graduate School of Business at Georgetown University.
The Graduate School offers programs in Financial Management, Accounting, Finance, Risk Management, and Financial Planning.
It also offers courses in Financial Economics, Financial Management for Investors, and Business Development.
The program is offered by Georgetown University’s Graduate School and offers a variety of graduate-level certificates in the field of financial management.
The program includes both a graduate and non-graduate certificate program.
The certificate program is a mix of courses in finance, accounting, and risk management.
The graduate program offers the following certifications:The non-degree program is intended to provide the business professional with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet their business needs.
The Business Development Certificate (BDC) prepares the business practitioner to develop a business strategy, business development plan, and business strategy implementation plan, all in one, professional-level course.
The Graduate Certificate in Finance and Accounting (GCFA) provides a certificate in accounting and finance for those with a background in finance.
The Business Development and Financial Management Program (BDAF) prepares graduates for a career in finance and accounting.
The BDAF is offered in conjunction with the Graduate Business School program, which offers a certificate and a program in business management.
Students who are accepted to the Graduate Schools Business Development Program and Business Management Certificate programs are required to complete a financial management curriculum at Georgetown’s Business School, including a certificate or degree in financial management (or a combination of the two).
The curriculum includes courses in:The Business Management certificate program will include a Certificate in Accounting, which is a combination course in accounting, finance, risk management, and financial planning.
The Certificate in Financial Accounting will also include a certificate on financial accounting and accounting practices.
The Financial Management Certificate program provides students with the skills needed to prepare for a job in the financial services industry.
The MBA Business Management Program is designed for business professionals interested in earning an MBA and are not candidates for the Certified Financial Planner certification.
The Program in Financial Planning includes courses that focus on the use of financial analysis, planning, and modeling, as well as the application of financial modeling and forecasting techniques to business operations.
Students in the Financial Management programs can earn a certificate that includes the following:The Financial Accounting Certificate Program includes the Financial Accounting certificate, which prepares students for the practical application of accounting and financial analysis in business.
The Finance Certificate Program provides students the skills necessary for financial analysis and risk analysis in financial matters.
The Accounting Certificate program prepares students to understand financial accounting in a structured, quantitative way.
The Risk Management Certificate Program prepares students in the risk management and risk assessment aspects of the accounting and business development fields.
The Financial Planning Certificate Program is an intermediate level certificate that will prepare students for advanced accounting and the business development areas.
The Certification in Financial Analysis is designed to prepare business professionals to understand the accounting, risk, and compensation aspects of business.
The Accounting Certificate is a certification in accounting.
The Certified Financial Analyst certification program is designed as an intermediate certificate that prepares students and business professionals for the business analysis and business decision making that will occur in the finance and business management fields.
The Certificate in Business Development provides the business analyst with the practical knowledge and experience needed to manage and manage a small business.
Students in the Certificate in Development will be required to take an accounting, financial analysis course, as they learn how to manage a large business.
Certificate program requirements:The BDCF is a certificate program that is offered jointly by the Graduate and Non-Graduate Business Schools, and is offered concurrently with the Business Development, Financial Planning, and Accounting Programs.
The GCFA is a Certificate program that offers a combination certificate and certificate in business development.
The GCFA also includes courses on business planning, business management, accounting and risk, financial planning, risk analysis, and forecasting.
The Finance Certificate is designed specifically for the financial professionals in the Business Management programs.
The BDAE is a Certified Financial Examiner certificate program, offered jointly with the Finance and Business Administration programs.
The Certification in Business Education (CBE) certificate is a general-education certificate that allows students to complete the following courses in the accounting area:The BA and BAFA are separate programs and require separate certifications.
The BAFA is offered at Georgetown Business School and is a graduate certificate that is specifically designed for students with a business education background.
The CBE is a master’s program that will allow students to take a course in the CPA or other related areas of finance.
The Certified Financial Advisors program is an alternative certificate program for students interested in taking a business management certificate at Georgetown.
Students interested in the MBA Business Development programs can enroll in the BABAE or BABAFA.
Students enrolled in the Graduate Baccalaureate Business Program can enroll on the BA BAFA or BA BABABA.
Students with a BABA certificate can enroll at the MBABAE program.
Students can enroll as either