Enterprise Data Management
General Theory in Corporate Finance
Provides students with an understanding of the nature of enterprise integration and enterprise software, business process re-engineering, the implementation within organizations, and strategies for maximizing benefits from enterprise systems.
Graduate Financial Accounting I
Students expand knowledge of dividend theory, capital structure theory, capital budgeting, long-term financing decisions, cash management and corporate restructuring, market efficiency, and risk and liability management.
Innovation: The Future of Healthcare
This introductory-level accounting course provides students with a solid base in accounting fundamentals, including U.S. GAAP, the conceptual framework, nature of accounts, journal entries, and ultimately, financial statements.
Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
Covers innovation in the organization and delivery of healthcare services as well as in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, and healthcare IT. Explores how players create, identify, pursue, and support or impede opportunities for innovation.
Cost and Managerial Accounting
Introduces business intelligence and data analytics, which help organizations in strategic and operational decision making by improving performance management, optimizing customer relations, monitoring business activity and improving decision support.
Health Systems I: The U.S. Healthcare System
Examines the concepts and practices of cost measurement: variable costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, setting goals and monitoring performance, standard costing and variance analysis.
Origins, components, organization, and operation of the U.S. health system. Prepares students for subsequent healthcare administration courses that delve more deeply into key aspects of the health system. Includes major current health and health system issues.
Community and Public Health
Students examine markets for investment procedures, valuation models, basic analytical techniques and factors influencing risk/return trade-offs. This course emphasizes the professional approach to managing investment assets.
Data Management and Modeling
Revisits the health system as a diverse set of public and private entities working to build and sustain health at the community and population levels. Prepares you to be a boundary-spanner within that system to plan and manage services that optimize community and population health.
Introduces the importance of information as an organizational resource, role of big data in organizations and the application of tools to provide high-quality information. Students will be able to select the most appropriate data management tool for business scenarios.
Focuses on the federal income taxation of individuals with some discussion of business taxation. Explores the basic structure of individual income taxation, including the individual tax formula, income, deductions and credits, and provides an introduction to property transactions.
Students explore the pricing of options and futures contracts, the characteristics of the markets in which these contracts are traded, options and futures strategies, and the application of these contracts in the hedging of financial positions.
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