Four-month, part-time program including an on-site seminar, a distance learning course and a practical project paper.
Certificate Program in finance and accounting, controlling and financial management for:
The Financial Management Certificate Program has three units:
The program starts with "Financial Management," an on-site seminar that covers:
The distance-learning unit, set in an international context, broadens and deepens participants’ knowledge. In addition to their literature assignments, participants take a four-week distance learning course (one evening per week) designed and taught by leading US professors.
The purpose of this course is to familiarize managers with the essential techniques and perspectives they need to make sound financial decisions. By completing the assignments and working through the materials, participants come to understand the difference between economically sound and economically flawed financial decision analysis. More specifically, they come to understand and apply:
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Howard Finch
The practical part of this program ensures that participants’ studies relate to their current jobs. Participants select a subject or a project and write a 30- to 50-page project paper. The paper should build participants’ knowledge and skill in their specific business areas.
After successfully completing this program, participants are awarded the “Financial Management Certificate” from SGMI Management Institute St. Gallen.
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No. ED-74118 Starting at 11.06.18
|Seminar||11.06.2018 - 14.06.2018||Flims, CH|
|Distance Learning||June 2018|
|Project Paper||Summer 2018|
No. ED-74218 Starting at 22.10.18
|Seminar||22.10.2018 - 25.10.2018||Brunnen, CH|
|Distance Learning||November 2018|
|Project Paper||Winter 2018/2019|
No. ED-74119 Starting at 20.05.19
|Seminar||20.05.2019 - 23.05.2019||Brunnen, CH|
|Distance Learning||June 2019|
|Project Paper||Summer 2019|
No. ED-74219 Starting at 21.10.19
|Seminar||21.10.2019 - 24.10.2019||Flims, CH|
|Distance Learning||November 2019|
|Project Paper||Winter 2019/2020|