*If you prefer to attend this session from your own computer, then we will make a Skype for Business streaming link available to you. Smart phones, tablets, Chromebooks, and iPads are not compatible for usage. The virtual class will run at the same time as the regular class on campus but please login 45 minutes prior to the course start time. Register for virtual option above.
Note for Mac users: Skype for Business must be downloaded to Mac computers prior to course. Mac computers may experience glitches while streaming.
This one-day module covers the basic concepts of financial accounting and management that are essential for the efficient operation of any business. The day is split between morning and afternoon modules. The morning module covers basic financial accounting topics and the afternoon module builds on these to cover financial management skills.
Michael Newman, Ph.D., CPA, CFE, CIA, CMA
I was born in Canada and raised in South America (Bolivia, Chile, Peru) and Central America (Trinidad & Tobago) by American parents. My father was a geophysicist. I started my first company at age 18 and took it regional before selling it a year later. I helped with another start-up right after my 20th birthday. We took it National and sold it by the time I was 30. Shortly after that (1986) I became involved in not-for-profits that worked with youth and later, abused youth.
I embarked on my current career in 2002. I find that being a professor, teacher and researcher is an extraordinarily rewarding experience! I look forward to spending the rest of my life in my new vocation/avocation!
All in all, I am truly blessed given my wonderful position at UH and the fact I am married to a wonderful woman, Peggy, who continues to love me after 34 years together, and to have 2 great daughters and 4 beautiful and smart granddaughters in my life, all of whom I love and who love me! :)
Morning Module (9 a.m. – Noon)
Creation of Financial Statements
Using and Interpreting Financial Statements
Afternoon Module (1 – 5 p.m.)
Investments and Discounting
Capital Budgeting and Project Evaluation