Essentials of Finance

This Essentials of Finance course is intended for those seeking to be managers—not finance specialists—who wish to enhance their decision-making ability based on applying financial knowledge in business.

In this course students will:

  • Develop their overall understanding of finance
  • Learn how to independently conduct basic analysis in business fields
  • Learn to describe the role of finance in corporate management

Course Features

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3 Months (18 Hours)

Suitable for busy professionals with 3-hour sessions held every other week

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100% Live Teaching

Flexible for today's lifestyle, choose to join classes online with real-time interaction

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Course Fee

USD 1,150 tuition fee

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Certificate

You will receive a certificate upon course completion

Course Schedule and Materials

Day and Time

January 10th (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

Basic Concepts of Finance
Cash Flow and the Time Value of Money

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―Revised 2nd Edition― Unit1.

GLOBIS Unlimited “Finance Basics: 1”

GLOBIS Unlimited “TVM (Time Value of Money)”

GLOBIS Unlimited “Discount Rate”

Session B
Theme

How to Measure the Value of Assets

Materials

GLOBIS Unlimited “Finance Basics: 1”

GLOBIS Unlimited “TVM (Time Value of Money)”

GLOBIS Unlimited “Discount Rate”

GLOBIS Unlimited “DCF (Discounted Cash Flow)”

Day and Time

January 24th (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

How to Measure the Value of Business/Project

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 2. PRESENT VALUE OF CASH FLOW AND INVESTMENT DECISION

Lifestyle Laboratory

Session B
Theme

How to Measure the Value of Business/Project (Continued)

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 2. PRESENT VALUE OF CASH FLOW AND INVESTMENT DECISION

Day and Time

February 7th (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

Decision Making of Project Investment

Materials

Pandora Cosmetics Co.: Profitability Analysis for the Internet Channel

Session B
Theme

Decision Making of Project Investment (Continued)

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 3. BUSINESS VALUATION AND THE COST OF CAPITA

Day and Time

February 21st (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

Concept of Investment Risks

Case/Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 4. QUANTIFYING RISKS AND DISCOUNT RATES

Session B
Theme

Concept of Investment Risks (Continued)

Case/Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 4. QUANTIFYING RISKS AND DISCOUNT RATES

Day and Time

March 7th (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

How to Enhance Corporate Value

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 5. ENTERPRISE VALUE AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE

Session B
Theme

How to Enhance Corporate Value (Continued)

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 5. ENTERPRISE VALUE AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE

Day and Time

March 21st (Tues.)  6PM – 9PM (PST)

Session A
Theme

Other Topics about Enterprise Valuation

Materials

Interactive Lecture: Finance ―2nd Edition―
Unit 5. ENTERPRISE VALUE AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE

Session B
Theme

Investment evaluation comprehensive exercises

Materials

New Market Entry by Industry Plastics Ltd.

Course Lecturer

Satoshi Hirose

Dean, GLOBIS University

Mr. Hirose Satoshi is a professor at and the dean of the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University.

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