Finance Certificates - Manhattan Institute of Management | Brighter Monday Learning

Course Introduction

Manhattan Institute of Management offers six Finance Certificates:

Certificate in CORPORATE FINANCE
As financial analyses, financial management and financial business grows in scope, importance and recognition, so do the related career and credential options available to you. The Concentration in Corporate Finance is designed for financial team members and entry-level financial management or financial analysts as well as qualified undergraduate and graduate students who want a credential to signal their value to project team performance. The concentration in Corporate Finance benefits financial and other business professionals and also serves to assist those preparing for the CFA Exam. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a Certificate of Completion. Sample Course Outline:

Introduction in Corporate Finance (30h)
Financial Statement Analysis (30h)
Equity Analysis (30h)
Investment Banking (30h)
Treasury Management (30h)
Case Studies in Corporate Finance (30h)
Due Diligence (30h)
Financial Reporting (30h)
Corporate Governance (30h)
Capstone Project (30h)

Certificate in RISK MANAGEMENT
A Risk Management concentration professional is a signal expert in identifying financial risks for businesses and organizations in order to determine business financial strategies and financial risk solutions. Sample Course Outline:

Quantitative Methods (30h)
Portfolio Theory and Risk Management (30h)
Financial and Bank Risk Management (30h)
Operational Risk Management (30h)
Treasury Management (30h)
Case Studies in Corporate Finance (30h)
Due Diligence (30h)
Financial Reporting (30h)
Corporate Governance (30h)
Capstone Project (30h)

Certificate in QUANTITATIVE FINANCE
This concentration program is designed to provide introductory and advanced training in quantitative finance. Sample Course Outline:

Quantitative Methods (30h)
Advanced Derivative Securities (30h)
Fixed Income Derivatives (30h)
Model Risk (30h)
Securitization (30h)
C-programming (30h)
Numerical Methods (30h)
Stochastic Calculus (30h)
Value-at-Risk (30h)
Econometric Methods & Volatility (30h)

Certificate in FINANCIAL ENGINEERING
This concentration program is designed to provide introductory and advanced training in quantitative finance. Sample Course Outline

Advanced Derivative Securities (30h)
Fixed Income Derivatives (30h)
Case Studies in Financial Engineering (30h)
Hedge Funds and Managed Futures (30h)
Private Equity and Alternative Investments (30h)
Securitization (30h)
C-Programming (30h)
Value-at-Risk (30h)
Econometric Methods & Volatility (30h)
Capstone Project (30h)

Certificate in FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS
Sample Course Outline:

Quantitative Methods (30h)
Investments (30h)
Fixed Income Markets and Analytics (30h)
Portfolio Theory and Risk Management (30h)
Equity Analysis (30h)
Financial Statement Analysis (30h)
Introduction to Derivative Securities (30h)
Investment Law and Ethics (30h)
Investment Banking (30h)
Hedge Funds and Managed Futures (30h)

Certificate in ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS
Sample Course Outline:

Quantitative Methods (30h)
Introduction to Derivative Security (30h)
Advanced Derivative Securities (30h)
Case Studies in Financial Engineering (30h)
Private Equity and Alternative Investments (30h)
Securitization (30h)
Real Assets and Commodities (30h)
Investment Law and Ethics (30h)
Hedge Funds and Managed Futures (30h)

  • Course
  • On Campus
  • New York (and 3 more)
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Start Date: 1/10/2017 (and 3 more)
  • $ 5,500

Where and when

Start DateLocation

1/10/2017

Manhattan

110 William Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY,New York

United States

1/10/2017

Manhattan

110 William Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY,New York

United States

1/10/2017

Manhattan

110 William Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY,New York

United States

1/10/2017

Manhattan

110 William Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY,New York

United States

FAQ

What are the admission criteria?

ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT: Duration / Certificate: 2 quarters, 3 courses / quarter, 1 quarter = 10 weeks Breakdown: 10 courses (30 hours each), + Integrative Project (60h) International Student Requirements by SEVIS: 30h/quarter for Integrative Project Total Instructional Hours: 300h

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