This summer, gain exclusive access to two of Columbia Business School’s most sought-after courses, Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance. Learn the fundamentals of financial management for an enterprise as well as the economic principles that underpin a firm’s major financial decisions. Explore the course offerings.
Offered online during Summer Session B, June 28–August 16, 2021. Classes will be taught synchronously.
Learn Finance Essentials from Columbia Business School
- Exclusive Access to Columbia Business School Courses & Professors: Gain a rare opportunity to learn from Amir Ziv, Professor of Professional Practice in Accounting, or Daniel Wolfenzon, the Stefan H. Robock Professor of Finance and Economics, who have more than 40 years of combined teaching experience.
- Tackle the Fundamentals without a Background in Business: Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance are designed for those who do not have a formal education in business. Understand the language of accounting and financial reporting as well as bond and stock valuations, capital budgeting, dividend policy, market efficiency, risk valuation, and risk management.
- Connect Theory and Practice: Complement your core area of study by learning the direct connection between finance and the fundamental principles of economics as well as the ways by which management depends upon principles of psychology and sociology.
- Earn Credits Toward a Certificate in Business Excellence: Earn credits toward a Certificate in Business Excellence from Columbia Business School. Individuals who’ve received 18 credits of executive education courses within four years receive select Columbia Business School alumni benefits.
Professor Daniel Wolfenzon Describes Corporate Finance
Professor Amir Ziv on the Value of Financial Accounting
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