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ST-Personal Finance for Business and Professional Leaders, Module 2- Cash Management

  • CPE Regular Semester Schedule (12/26-1/20)
  • Online

  • Fee:  $900 ($900/credit, 1 credit)
  • 45081, Seminar 1

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  • Thomas Mihok
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How to Enroll

Second module of five module program.  Active involvement in the course will provide critical personal finance skills vital in life for financial stability and success. This course is especially useful for mature students with business and professional experience who have a desire to learn about cash management including types of financial institutions, using, determining the cost of and choosing a source of credit, making smart purchases of consumer items, determining your housing needs, renting vs. owning, and understanding mortgages. By covering such topics as Cash Management, Savings and Payment Accounts, Consumer Borrowing and Credit, Purchasing Strategies, Warranties, Housing Decisions and Mortgage Strategies, students will gain a foundation for making sound personal financial decisions useful for the rest of your life.  You may take this course alone or with any or all of the five modules in the course.  There are no prerequisites. Registration for matriculated students opens 10/18, non-degree students can register starting 11/1. Part of the Isenberg MBA program.

  • Last Day to:
  • Register 12/28, Drop 12/28, Withdraw 1/8

Refund Schedule:
Full refund through 12/28, 50% 1/8 (registration fee not refundable)
No refund after 1/8

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