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Excellence in Financial
Management Program

Advanced Training in Finance for Anyone Anytime

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Excellence in Financial Management Program

The Excellence in Financial Management Program is an online modular program designed to provide
advanced training in finance. The Program was developed based on feedback from free training courses
offered at
www.exinfm.com/training
. These courses are posted for free without any formal program or
certification behind what is taught. In an effort to better meet the needs of people who want a more
formal program (similar to a college education), a new training program will be launched later in 2011.


The Program’s Mission is to Provide a collegiate level education in finance online that meets the full
educational needs of the participant. In order to accomplish this mission, the Program is administered
through a formal Learning Management System which includes: Interactive courses with audio / video,
topic boxes and chapter review questions; Completion Certificates, Transcript Records, Wiki Knowledge,
Competency Management Tools, Blogs and Master Level Exams. A one
-
day live workshop is also taught
in support of Module 1 in Washington D.C.


Participants in the Program have their own personal learning environment which includes: My Courses
(Courses you have selected to take), My Certificates (Permanent record of your certificates which you
can export), My Calendar (Your own training path and schedule), My Transcript (Permanent record of
what you have taken and what you have passed), and My Profile (Set your own personal preferences).


The following slides describe the structure and layout of the Program as well as a description of the
courses that comprise Module 1


Business Finance (launch in 2011) and Module 2


Business Analytics
(under development). The final slide attempts to answer some of your questions.


Introduction

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Advanced
Finance

Business
Analytics

Business
Finance

Module 4

Business
Management

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 5

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 5

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 5

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 5

Excellence in Financial Management Program

The program is structured to be progressive within each module, consisting of five courses per module,
and to be progressive overall consisting of four modules. All of the pieces fit together as follows:

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Progressive


Module 1 to Module 4

Progressive


Course 1 to Course 5

Overall Structure

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Under Lying
Components

Four Core

Components

Excellence in Financial Management Program

The program is administered through a formal Learning Management System. This allows each
participant to customize their learning experience. The overall learning environment consists of four core
components with under lying components to fully engage the participant:

Course Content



Navigation Tree



Progress Bar



Chapters | Pages



Review Questions



Audio Video Files



Linked Boxes



Book Quotes

Course Files



Supplemental
Workbook with
Examples to
directly support the
Course Content

Course Survey



Mix of Multiple
Choice Questions
and Open Ended
Questions to
improve the quality
of courses

Course Exam



Ten Multiple
Choice Evaluation
Questions



Certificate of
Completion

Wiki



Supplemental
knowledge for all
terminology used in
courses currently
active

Blogs



Learn from others
by posting
questions and
answers related to
course topics

Competency
Tools



Assessment of
your competencies
in what is taught
including peer
assessments and
competency tests

Live Workshop



One Day
Workshop taught in
Washington D.C. to
support Module 1
of the Program.

Learning Environment

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Introduction
to Financial
Analysis
(M1C2)

The Basics of
Accounting
(M1C1)

Excellence in Financial Management Program

Module 1 is an introductory level related to Business Finance. The objective of this module is to give the
participant a solid understanding of business finance. Module 1 consists of five courses:

Fundamentals
of Corporate
Finance Part 1
(M1C3)

Fundamentals
of Corporate
Finance Part 2
(M1C4)

Risk
Management

(M1C5)



Learn how the accounting
process works and how
transactions get posted and
connect to the financial
statements



Course consists of 6
Chapters: Concepts |
Transactions | Financial
Statements | Application of
Principles | Accounting for
Assets | Additional Topics



Course includes Study
Workbook consisting of 10
tabs: Chart of Accounts |
Transactions | Ledger
Accounts | Trial Balance |
Financial Statements |
Reconciling Cash | Inventory
Control | Depreciation | Cost
Accounting | Account
Classifications



Learn how to analyze
financial statements and
apply key performance
indicators



Course consists of 8
Chapters: Accounting
Recap | Horizontal &
Vertical Analysis | Ratio
Analysis | Key Financial
Indicators | Economic
Analysis | Forecasting |
Advanced Concepts



Course includes Study
Workbook consisting of 8
tabs: Financial Statements
| Common Sized
Financials | Ratio Analysis
| Industry Analysis | ROI
Model | Cost of Capital |
Economic Analysis | Sales
Forecasting



Learn how to develop
financial plans and
forecasts including sources
of financing



Course consists of 5
Chapters: Finance
Principles | Financial Plans
| Working Capital | Short
Term Financing | Long
Term Financing



Course includes Study
Workbook consisting of 5
tabs: Forecasted Financials
| Operating Budgets |
Working Capital | Short
Term Financing | Long
Term Financing



Learn the key concepts of
business finance such as
discounting, rates of return,
leverage and private capital



Course consists of 7
Chapters: Time Value of
Money | Risk Returns |
Derivatives | Capital
Investments | Capital
Structure | Optimal Capital |
Private Capital



Course includes Study
Workbook consisting of 6
tabs: Time Value of Money |
Risk Return | Option Pricing |
Cost Benefit Analysis | Use
of Leverage | Optimal Capital



Learn the risk management
process including specific
techniques and frameworks
for managing risks



Course consists of 5
Chapters: Overall Process |
Risk Identification | Risk
Analysis | Risk Response &
Control | Risk Frameworks



Course includes several
supplemental files: Risk
Management Workbook |
Risk Policy | Risk
Management Plan | Risk
Identification Questions

Quick Overview of Module 1 Courses

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Tools and
Techniques

(M2C2)

Problem
Solving

(M2C1)

Requirements
Analysis

(M2C3)

Process
Modeling

(M2C4)

Business
Intelligence

(M2C5)

Module 2 is a highly analytical track that develops the analytical skills of business professionals. Module
2 consists of five courses that span a wide range of analytical situations (non
-
financial):

To be released in 2012

To be released in 2013



Problem Solving Process
and Pit Falls



Decision and Evaluation
Analysis



Creative and Analytical
Thinking by phases (Whole
Brain)



Outcome Analysis



Mind Mapping




Strategic Tools (STEEP,
Five Forces, SWOT, BCG
Matrix, GE Screen Matrix,
Ansoff, SPACE, QSPM)



Customer Tools (Kano,
Segmentation, Value
Analysis, Rankings, Utility
Maps, Surveys)



Data Analysis




Overall Process and Life
Cycle



How to Write Good
Requirements



Elicitation Techniques



Process Mapping and
Gap Analysis



Deliverables such as
System Requirements
Specification




Use of Case Tools



Defining Business Rules



Business Process
Modeling Notation



Process Modeling
Techniques such as
Workflows, Events, and
Activities



Overview of Business
Analysis Body of
Knowledge (BABOK)




Overall Process, Plan and
Alignment to Organization



Data Extraction and
Collection Specifications



Slicing the Data (Cubes)



Knowledge Management
Assets



Communities of
Excellence

Quick Overview of Module 2 Courses

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The Basics of Accounting (M1C1)

Excellence in Financial Management Program

Purpose

Provide a good overall understanding of accounting. This includes how to post transactions to
general ledger accounts and apply various principles of accounting to economic transactions. The
course also describes the process of creating a set of financial statements.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features such
as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the course is
posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS also
provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Introductory / Basic level


no prior knowledge of accounting is required.

Pre
-
requisites

No advanced pre
-
requisites are required prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the exam
you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011


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Introduction to Financial Analysis (M1C2)


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Purpose

Explain the specific techniques that can be used to evaluate the financial performance of a
company. This would include the use of ratios, trend analysis and measuring operating cash flows.
The course also illustrates how to calculate the cost of capital.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Introductory / Basic level


no prior knowledge is required. Some familiarity with financial
statements is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

Participants should complete Course 1


The Basics of Accounting prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011

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Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Part 1 (M1C3)

Excellence in Financial Management Program

Purpose

Provide an introduction to principles of business finance such as how to finance a business, how to
forecast future financial results, and how to manage the working capital of a business. This is part
1 of a two part course that covers corporate financial management.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Introductory / Basic level


no prior knowledge of finance is required. A business related
background is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

Participants should complete the first two courses within the module: Course 1


The Basics of
Accounting and Course 2


Introduction to Financial Analysis prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011

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Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Part 2 (M1C4)

Excellence in Financial Management Program

Purpose

This is a continuation of Course 3


Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Part 1. The purpose
behind these two courses is to give the participant an overall understanding of business finance.
This course teaches present value concepts, explains how investments are analyzed, illustrates
how companies form their capital structures and introduces the concepts of private capital.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Introductory / Basic level


no prior knowledge of finance is required. A business related
background is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

Participants should complete the first three courses within the module: Course 1


The Basics of
Accounting, Course 2


Introduction to Financial Analysis, and Course 3


Fundamentals of
Corporate Finance Part 2 prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011

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Risk Management (M1C5)

Excellence in Financial Management Program

Purpose

Introduce participants to the risk management process including how to identify risk, how to
categorize risk and how to respond to risk. The course also describes various frameworks for
managing risk such as Enterprise Risk Management, Basel II and COBIT.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Introductory / Basic level


no prior knowledge of risk management is required. A business related
background is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

No advanced pre
-
requisites are required prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011

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Problem Solving (M2C1)

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Purpose

Describe a structured process for solving problems including specific steps and techniques that can
be applied. Provide a concise understanding behind critical thinking and creative thinking. Include
examples of how these concepts are applied to problem solving.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Intermediate level


no prior knowledge of problem solving is required. Some experience dealing
with problems is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

No advanced pre
-
requisites are required prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN JUNE 2012

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Tools and Techniques (M2C2)

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Purpose

Provide a wide range of specific tools and techniques that professionals can apply to solving
strategic problems and customer problems. Obtain a basic understanding of how to apply statistical
concepts to large volumes of data.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Intermediate level


no prior knowledge is required. Some experience with solving strategic issues
and customer related issues is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

In order to get the most out of this course, participants should take Course 1


Problem Solving
prior to taking this course. This will provide a good foundation that leads into this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register


THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN JUNE 2012

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Requirements Analysis (M2C3)

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Purpose

To gain an understanding of how to properly manage the requirements phase of a project including
documenting and managing changes to requirements. Know how to apply basic methods within the
requirements phase such as interviewing, the use of check lists, gap analysis, and control through
a traceability matrix.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Intermediate level


no prior knowledge is required. Some experience on projects is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

No advanced pre
-
requisites are required prior to taking this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE SOMETIME IN 2013

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Business Modeling (M2C4)

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Purpose

Establish a working knowledge behind how to model a business process or structure. Understand
how to apply the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to describe a process. Introduce techniques
that are prescribed within the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge or BABOK. Know how to align
a process or structure to the enterprise architecture. Articulate interactions between actors and
systems, distinguish business rules, and plan the modeling development process.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Intermediate level


no prior knowledge is required. Some experience on projects is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites

Participants should complete Course 3 within this module on Requirements Analysis prior to taking
this course.

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE SOMETIME IN 2013

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Business Intelligence (M2C5)

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Purpose

Provide an understanding behind the issues and components associated with Business Intelligence
including how to properly mange knowledge. This would include knowing how to leverage
transactional data, knowing how to build a BI matrix, and knowing how to identify navigation and
extraction issues with large volumes of data. This course will also touch on critical success factors
with a knowledge management program such as cultural issues.

Content

Course content is organized into chapters similar to a textbook with review questions at the end of
each chapter. The course is approximately 45 pages in length and includes inter
-
active features
such as audio / video files and hyperlinks to examples and files. Terminology used within the
course is posted to a wiki. A course navigation tree and progress bar appear outside of each page.

Delivery

All course content is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The
LMS administers the registration process, delivery of content, exams, and evaluations. The LMS
also provides supporting functions such as transcripts, reports and soft learning tools.

Level

Intermediate level


some experience and knowledge of technology projects is helpful.

Pre
-
requisites


No advanced pre
-
requisites are required prior to taking this course

Course Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Final Exam

This course includes a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions. In order to pass the
exam you will need to pass with a score of 70%

Certificate of
Completion

A Certificate of Completion is awarded after you successfully pass the Final Exam. A copy of your
Certificate of Completion along with the completion date is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the course from the date of purchase.

Course Cost

$ 35.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE SOMETIME IN 2013

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Comprehensive Exams


Intermediate Level

Purpose

Provide the participant with an opportunity to demonstrate a mastery of the module by passing
a comprehensive exam.

Content

Consists of 100 multiple choice questions, 20 questions randomly selected from five
databases that covers all five courses within the module. The questions are similar to the
questions that are used throughout all courses. Two practice exams are included, consisting of
25 questions each.

Delivery

The exam is delivered online using a formal Learning Management System or LMS. The LMS
administers the registration process, delivery of each question, grades the exam and awards a
diploma certificate.

Level

Intermediate level


a solid understanding of the module is demonstrated by successfully
passing the comprehensive exam.

Pre
-
requisites

Participants should complete all five courses that comprise the module. Participants should
also complete two practice exams which are included as part of the comprehensive exam.

Exam Credit

To be determined through the accreditation process

Diploma
Certificate

A Master Level Diploma Certificate is awarded after you successfully pass the Comprehensive
Exam. A copy of your Diploma Certificate is posted as part of your transcript record.

Duration

You have one full year to complete the comprehensive exam from the date of purchase.

Constraints

The exam has a 3 hour time limit. You are also limited to 4 attempts during a full year.

Exam Cost

$ 10.00 payable online using a credit card

Register

MODULE 1 EXAM IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2011

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Refunds


If you are not 100% satisfied with a course, you may request a full refund within five days of the purchase
date of the course. Refund request should include name of participant, course title and reason why a
refund has been requested. Refund request can be submitted to matt@exinfm.com or call toll free at 1
-
877
-
807
-
8756.


Accreditation


The Excellence in Financial Management Program is currently going through an accreditation process
with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). If the accreditation process is
successful, then all courses will be available for continuing professional education credits. This process
is expected to be completed prior to the launch of the program.


Contact Information


If you have complaints, suggestions, questions or comments about this Program, please feel free to
contact me:


Matt H. Evans

Email: matt@exinfm.com

Phone: 1
-
877
-
807
-
8756

Additional Information