Financial Skills for Nonfinancial Managers
"The program was exactly what I needed to enhance my financial skill set. The faculty and staff are absolutely top-notch. I would highly recommend the program for executives who want to elevate their corporate financial knowledge."
Vinny Ferrari, Chief Information Officer, Edward Jones
Gain financial literacy and the analytical tools to understand performance metrics, capital allocation, and strategic decision-making – required knowledge for professionals who want to advance their careers.
New session dates will be posted soon for Fall 2014. Email ExecEd@wustl.edu to receive notification.
- Session 1: Financial Value Creation
- Session 2: Leveraging Financial Information
- Session 3: Financial Management Execution
Because this is a cohort program, you and your classmates must take the sessions in the order indicated. Applications are being accepted for upcoming sessions held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education & Conference Center on Washington University’s campus.
The tuition for all three sessions is $6,000.
Sessions are taught by Tom Fields, senior lecturer in accounting; Rich Frankel, Beverly and James Hance Professor of Accounting; Todd Milbourn, Hubert C. and Dorothy R. Moog Professor of Finance; and Anjan Thakor, director of doctoral programs and John E. Simon Professor of Finance.