Financial Statement Analysis


In both the public and private sectors, managers must be skilled at conducting research and analysis to determine if a firm is a good credit risk or a suitable investment, and if it can sustain operations. This course provides essential knowledge for the CPA examinations. It presents financial statements as a set of dynamic instruments used to support management decision making and protect the public interest.

Prerequisites:


Offering code Offering title
ACCT.X400 Introduction to Accounting I: Financial Accounting
ACCT.X401 Introduction to Accounting II: Managerial Accounting

Business Statistics II


The second half of the Business Statistics sequence covers the use of statistical data, processes and techniques in marketing, auditing, economics, process improvement and surveys. Participants learn how to select the right statistical tools for various data types, how to state the issues, and how to interpret the results of data analysis.

Prerequisites:


Offering code Offering title
BUSM.X406 Business Statistics I

Estate Planning


This study of estate planning is designed to equip financial planners to identify and solve estate problems from the financial planning perspective (without practicing law).

Prerequisites:


Offering code Offering title
FPLN.X400 Personal Financial Planning, Survey
FPLN.X409 Applied Mathematics for Financial Planning

Finance for the Business Professional


Business professionals and students interested in learning financial accounting skills get hands-on experience in this course analyzing and evaluating the information behind financial statements and relevant data. Master basic business accounting concepts and processes, financial statements, budgets, and financial ratios. Get the financial literacy you need to succeed in the business world.



Note(s): Professional Credit: MCLE--Minimum Continuing Legal Education State Board of CA.; HRCI--PHR, SPHR and GPHR strategic recertification credit, 13 hours.



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Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
BUSM.X403.(3) 5/15/2018 06:00 PM SANTA CLARA 600 Dianne V Conry View Enroll

Law and Human Resource Management


This course outlines the laws and agencies that regulate employment relationships in California and on a federal level. These fundamental labor laws must be understood to prevent or, if necessary, defend against employment litigation and government audits.

Prerequisites:


Offering code Offering title
HRMT.X400 Human Resource Management, Introduction

Workplace Investigations


This fast-paced workshop covers the process and tools necessary to complete a workplace investigation. Legal implications and practical recommendations for conducting pre-employment background investigations are reviewed. Topics include workplace-violence, substance-abuse and intoxication, harassment, computer and other white-collar crimes, and employee theft. Risks and liabilities associated with inadequate or unlawful investigations, failing to investigate and the use of outside investigators will be analyzed.

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Terminating and Managing Problem Employees


Termination of problem employees can lead to lawsuits against an organization. To prevent litigation, human resource professionals must investigate and document the termination process. In this course, participants examine practices that minimize the risk of litigation by problem employees. Topics include pre-hire procedures, steps during employment, and a termination process that ensures "rightful discharge."




Professional Credit: MCLE--Minimum Continuing Legal Education State Bar of CA.

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
HRMT.X413.(1) 4/28/2018 09:00 AM SANTA CLARA 420 Deanna Mouser View Enroll

Principles of Marketing


Marketing is the convergence point for issues involving the customer, the competition and corporate capabilities. In product- or service-based industries, understanding marketing enables managers to work with greater insight and effectiveness. This course defines the fundamental principles of marketing in the contexts of the corporation, the economy and society.

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
MKTG.X400.(3) 6/5/2018 06:00 PM SANTA CLARA 700 Ly-Huong T Pham View Enroll

Social Media Marketing Fundamentals


The contemporary marketing toolset has expanded dramatically with the mainstreaming of online technologies and social media. This course surveys the technologies and tools driving the shift from traditional push marketing to the push-pull model of customer-engagement marketing. You'll learn about key social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest) and fundamental online tools and techniques, including market research, ideas and innovation, communities, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, and podcasts.

Prerequisites:


Offering code Offering title
MKTG.X400 Principles of Marketing

Business Law and Its Environment


The business environment has become more complex and litigious; therefore, knowledge of general principles of law is more important than ever. This course reviews the American legal process, commercial law and its development, and organizational structures in the context of the managerial challenges in today's highly litigious environment.

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
BUSM.X409.(2) 4/2/2018 06:00 PM SANTA CLARA 745 Reynold H Lewke View Enroll

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