Available courses

This course will prepare students to perform and manage personal and corporate

credit, collateral, loan processing, and related financial agency communications.

This course generally contains finance and banking principles, insurance,

property, taxation, business law and rules, quantitative ways, money pc systems

applications and implementation, direction, communications skills, business and

workplace management, and professional standards and ethics.

Marketing Management includes instruction in purchaser behavior and dynamics, the principle of selling analysis, demand analysis, cost-volume, and profit relationships, valuation theory, promoting the campaign and strategic designing, market segments, advertising ways, sales operations, and management, shopper relations, retailing, and applications to specific product and markets. This course prepares you to undertake and manage shopper audiences’ methods and move products from producers to shoppers.


This course will provide the students with an overview of the legal system in the business setting and the foundational information regarding the U.S. system, dispute resolution, and their business impact. The most crucial content areas can embrace general principles of law, the connection of business and, therefore, the U.S. Constitution, state and federal legal systems, the relationship between law and ethics, contracts, sales, torts, agency law, belongings, and business law within the world context.



This course concentrates on the scientific study of people’s behavior and motivations in organized teams and their implementation in business and industrial settings.



business economics is the branch of economics that deals with the studies of finances and organizational, environmental issues faced by organizations and corporations, and the market-related. It is the study of production, distribution, and the consumption of the goods and services from a company,



Accounting

Managerial Accounting is the study of accounting that generates management data for economic decision-making. Management accounting produces information for managers in a corporation. It sets apart approach, measuring, accumulating, analyzing, preparing, interpreting, and communicating information that helps managers achieve organizational objectives.

Finance

Financial management focuses on ratios, equities, and debts. In addition, it helps in portfolio management, distribution of dividends, capital raising, and searching and hedging fluctuations in foreign currency and product cycles. It also refers to the economic and effective management of cash (funds) in such a fashion to accomplish the organization’s objectives. Finally, it is the specialized perform directly related to the highest power. At the same time, personal finance or financial life management refers to an individual’s management strategy. It includes the way to raise the capital and allot capital, i.e., capital budgeting. Not only for longterm budgeting but also for allocating the short term have had resources like current liabilities. It also deals with the dividend policies of the shareholders.


The Objective of the Course
Prepare the student for the PMP certification exam.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the PMP Exam Study Guide - Project Management Professional course, the student will be able to:
Identify the components and steps of the project initiation, planning, execution, control, monitoring, and closure phases.
Analyze project feasibility, costs, benefits, and risks to align expectations and support key stakeholders.
Develop a project charter and create a plan to manage stakeholder engagement and communication.
Construct plans to effectively manage project scope, costs, schedules, and delegate tasks.
Identify strategies to effectively manage procurement, quality, and schedules during the project execution stage.
Select tools and metrics to efficiently control and monitor project scope, processes, and risk.
Propose strategies for responding to schedule and process changes, risk exposure, and alterations to scope.
Facilitate project closure by transferring ownership of deliverables, obtaining feedback from stakeholders, and reviewing


The Objective of the Course
Prepare the student for the PMP certification exam.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the PMP Exam Study Guide - Project Management Professional course, the student will be able to:
Identify the components and steps of the project initiation, planning, execution, control, monitoring, and closure phases.
Analyze project feasibility, costs, benefits, and risks to align expectations and support key stakeholders.
Develop a project charter and create a plan to manage stakeholder engagement and communication.
Construct plans to effectively manage project scope, costs, schedules, and delegate tasks.
Identify strategies to effectively manage procurement, quality, and schedules during the project execution stage.
Select tools and metrics to efficiently control and monitor project scope, processes, and risk.
Propose strategies for responding to schedule and process changes, risk exposure, and alterations to scope.
Facilitate project closure by transferring ownership of deliverables, obtaining feedback from stakeholders, and reviewing