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This program provides knowledge of the planning, analysis, decision-making and control tools necessary for making and implementing effective financial decisions.
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This Master’s Certificate program provides you with a comprehensive, practical knowledge of planning, analysis, decision-making and control. While principles and theories are explained, the emphasis is applying the tools necessary for making and implementing effective financial decisions.
A newly accepted student at AGU must enroll in their first class within 90 days of acceptance. A student is subject to dismissal from the University for Unsatisfactory Academic Progress if they do not meet this deadline.
To earn your Master’s Certificate in Financial Management and Pricing you must accrue 18 credits. It’s required that you take three required courses (619, 657 and 661). In addition
to those, you may choose any three of seven electives.
|Start By Taking the Required Courses . . .
Pricing and Financial Management of Government Contracts — Course 619
Management Accounting and Control — Course 657
Financial Management — Course 661
|Then Take Any Three of the Following Courses . . .
Negotiation – Principles and Practices — Course 635
Management Economics — Course 663
Federal Government Contracting — Course 601
Risk Analysis and Managemen t — Course 679
Earned Value Management Systems — Course 647
Managing Projects — Course 627
Once You Complete...
All Coursework and Examinations
Receive Your Master's Certificate