Includes all program materials and online support
This program includes a self-paced online learning component. This three day program enables you to:
This program includes a self-paced online learning component.This three day program enables you to:
This program is appropriate for professionals, who need to work with financial information but do not have the formal educational background in finance or accounting. At the conclusion of the program, you will have sharper financial decision-making skills that enable you to become a better team member at your organization. Attendees of the program typically have backgrounds in engineering, information technology, supply chain, marketing and human resources.
This program is a blended offering with three-days of face-to-face sessions and seven-hours of online learning components. The online component is self-paced and covers the basics of time value of money, financial statements and Excel spreadsheets. We encourage you to review the online content before the face-to-face sessions to ensure you are comfortable with the material. You can skip the components of the online content as long as you feel comfortable with the material. Access to the online learning component is granted upon registration to maximize the time to review. Prior to the face-to-face sessions (Wednesday, July 19-Friday, July 21), we will hold two webinars to answer any for your questions regarding the material in the online learning component. Webinars will be held on Monday, July 10 and Monday, July 17 at 6:30 p.m.
In the face-to-face component of the program, each day starts with breakfast at 8 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break around noon. Sessions are designed to be interactive with minimal lecturing. Interactive exercises are centered on common business issues that are relevant for various types of organizations (i.e., small/large, privately-held/publicly-traded, profit/non-profit). All materials and supplies (laptops, spreadsheet models, slides, notes, parking validation etc.) are provided. However, you are welcome to bring in your own laptop.
Emre Unlu is the Executive Director of Executive Education, an Associate Professor of Finance and Paul C. Burmeister Professor
of Investments in the College of Business at Nebraska. He joined Nebraska in 2007 and his primary area of expertise is
corporate finance, which he has taught for over 15 years. Since his arrival at Nebraska, Unlu has received the MBA Teaching Award five times.
Unlu's research interests are in the areas of managerial finance and capital markets and he's published several articles in
refereed journals and his work was cited in popular financial economics outlets such as The Economist, Wall Street Journal and
Newsweek. Unlu has been a CFA® charter-holder since 2011. His teaching interests include theoretical and applied corporate
finance and his research interests focus on payout policy, executive compensation, international finance and analysts.