About the Course

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the nonprofit sector from a financial perspective prioritizing the development of practical skills applicable in everyday situations. The course provides the necessary tools to analyze and assess the financial health of an organizations. It covers basic nonprofit financial aspects (basic accounting, financial statements, budgeting, cash management, cash flow etc.), procedures and best practices (financial policies, issues related to compliance and regulatory affairs). It provides the “big picture” perspective on the role of developing relations with donors, funders and financial institutions as well as on funding strategies. This course is essential for entry and mid-level professionals working in the mission-driven sector and aiming to improve their skills. It is designed as a very interactive seminar and iterative process with regular discussions and reviews during which each student will work on real life case studies.

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