Finance and Evaluation
- Analyzes Nonprofit Financial Statements
- Focuses on Program Evaluation
- Explores Nonprofit Endowment and Investments
These courses help to define the appropriate system by which money matters are managed including investments, endowments, and the use of the nonprofit organizations charitable contributions. In addition, they include an overview of proper evaluation of programs and services to ensure the correct use of the organization’s resources.
Become familiar with financial statements and learn how to use them, while exploring the nuances and implications of financial reporting.
Learn about financial statements, understand how to use them, and explore the nuances of financial reporting for nonprofit organizations.
Enhance your knowledge of endowment concepts and practices for nonprofits.
Enhance your knowledge of endowment concepts and practices, and become more confident when discussing the endowment process.
Gain a basic overview of nonprofit financial management, including tax-exempt status, financial statement preparation, and reporting.
Become knowledgeable about three financial tools used by nonprofits: the financial statement, the operating budget, and IRS Form 990.