Full course description
What you'll learn:
Learn about cash flow and financial management. Learners will examine concepts such as time value of money and tools such as net present value that will help to identify whether a project is financially viable and/or worth the investment. In addition, learners will be able to differentiate the types and sources of project financing and how it adds value.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Explain the importance of cash flow to a project’s success
- Define capital cost, operating cost, and break-event point
- Differentiate the types and sources of project financing
- Explain the value of project cost management and the financing aspect of it
- Analyze the significant deviations between actual and planned expenditure
What you'll do:
View lecture videos, annotate accompanying book chapters and submit final quiz.
Who this course is designed for:
Anyone interested in learning about Quality Management
Required Materials - Perusall access to
- Venkataraman, R. and Pinto, J. (2008) Cost and Value Management in Projects, 1e, Wiley (ISBN 9781118174180)
Meet the instructor
L. Terken Gupur - Instructor
Terken Gupur is a full-time instructor at the Faculty of Leadership and Integrative Studies at ASU She holds a bachelor's degree in Management and a master's in International Relations. She is working towards her doctorate in Planning, Governance, and Globalization at Virginia Tech. Prior to teaching at ASU, she worked as a researcher at a think tank in Turkey, as a legislative fellow at the House of Representatives in D.C., as a director of global water and energy consulting firm, and as a communications and policy director at an intercultural NGO.