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Life Learning MBA: Online Master Accredited in Business Administration 999 € instead of 5,000 € [Last 3 Places Available]
Life Learning

MBA: Online Master Accredited in Business Administration 999 € instead of 5,000 € [Last 3 Places Available]

Milan, Italy

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Become an Expert in Business Management

Life Learning in collaboration with its Authors present the New "MBA: Master in Business Administration" that will provide you with the skills you need in the world of work to become a Business Manager. The figure of the General Manager in Italy has an annual salary level of around € 100,000 depending on seniority.

Why choose this course?

The certification of our "MBA: Master in Business Administration" represents an important curricular enhancement of skills and a distinctive element in the competitive view of the world of work in the Managerial sector and is oriented to acquire skills to cover the most sought-after positions of General Manager in the company. Downstream of the topics dealt with in a practical key, it transfers in a practical and concrete way to the students the skills and knowledge necessary to confront themselves in the Management, Finance and Risk Management sectors. The certification itself enjoys a real usability in the labor market. First of all, the diploma is issued by Life Learning as an ISO 9001: 2015 certified company (Quality Management System) with the following purpose: "Designing and Providing Online Training Courses". This confers a recognition and a fundamental preference to acquire a stable competitive advantage on the part of the professional when proposing his candidacy to companies. Another significant advantage of great value is represented by the large number of companies on the national territory, always growing, which accredit the Masters of Life Learning , as an element of guaranteeing the quality of the training provided, as compliant with the purposes of the company in the search for profiles who possess specific professional skills.

The Master in Business Administration is mainly based on know-how: the goal is to transfer the tools and skills that can really be spent in your career as a general manager. professionals and teachers of the MBA have a long working experience in the field of business management and advanced management training, able to transfer the best best practices in the management, finance and business management. In the "MBA: Master in Business Administration" you will then be involved in a career path and interactive learning, which integrates lessons, exercises, simulations

The teaching methodology is extremely practical / operational and will allow participants to acquire the useful logic to face and solve the problems that may arise in the performance of managerial professions. The Master in Business Administration is addressed and designed for all those who have obtained a degree or a diploma in economic and managerial sciences. It is also aimed at employees of administrative and accounting offices of companies, entrepreneurs and professionals already in possession of a basic knowledge of accounting.

What will you learn with this course?

Sign up for my online course "MBA: Master in Business Administration" and you will have access to my lessons where you will learn:

  • To acquire the skills to orient the directional choices in an analytical and strategic way;
  • To use advanced management techniques aimed at increasing corporate turnover targets;
  • To understand and manage the financial and risk management aspects to plan investments and budgeting;
  • To have the knowledge and skills to work as a Business Manager;
  • The transversal skills necessary at an entrepreneurial level to accelerate one's career path.

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Course program

  • Introduction
  • Introduction to the financial statements for the year
  • The objectives of the budget
  • Course teaching material
  • The multiple purposes of the financial statements
  • The income statement
  • Criteria for drawing up the financial statements
  • The balance sheet
  • The statutory financial statements
  • The balance sheet liabilities
  • The statutory income statement
  • The value of production
  • The operating budget
  • The approval of the budget
  • The outline of the income statement
  • Principles for drawing up the financial statements
  • The accounting control
  • The deposit of the budget
  • The macro-class of the balance sheet
  • Accrued liabilities and deferred income
  • Recognition of balance sheet items
  • Accounting
  • How to get to the budget
  • The double-entry method
  • The fiscal relevance of accounting
  • The accounting derivation of the financial statements
  • The functions of the budget
  • The statutory regulatory apparatus
  • The determination of balance sheet items
  • The financial statements in abbreviated form
  • Surveys following the first registration
  • Fixed assets
  • Details of balance sheet items
  • Financial fixed assets
  • Operating costs and multi-year costs
  • The valuation of inventories
  • Fungible and non-fungible assets
  • Accruals and deferrals
  • Adjustment entries
  • The allocation of income and operating assets to a financial year
  • Productive factors with simple fertility and repeated fecundity
  • Income by accrual and cash
  • The financial statements
  • Tax income
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Determination of the irres
  • Index analysis
  • The objectives of the analysis by indices
  • The current asset
  • Structural quotients
  • Stiffness indices
  • The structure indices
  • Liquidity analysis
  • Quotient and structure margins
  • The reclassified balance sheet
  • The analysis of uses
  • Source analysis
  • the comparison over time
  • The financial statement
  • Productivity indices
  • Financial performance indexes
  • The directional control
  • The programming and control system
  • The classification of costs
  • Analytical accounting
  • Fixed costs and variable costs
  • Reclassifications of the income statement
  • The cost function
  • Determination of production costs
  • Process costing systems
  • Costs taxonomies
  • Full costing
  • The different concepts of cost
  • The abc method
  • Standard costs
  • The deviation from standard costs
  • Analysis of the deviation from standard costs
  • The budget
  • Budget construction
  • The operating budget
  • The general cost budget
  • Analysis of the results
  • Final Test

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