Each course in F4E offers key insights and knowledge you will be able to apply in real-life situations. You’ll test drive those insights through activities and assessments that will influence your key money Decisions, your participation in financial Markets, your experience in preserving or creating Value, and in managing Debt. These activities are designed to immerse you in financial thinking by giving you a safe environment for buying and selling and for making, creating, simulating, writing, and teaching. Each activity is a milestone in your learning process and each milestone has a product that will be part of your learning portfolio. The Capstone Project is the culmination of your F4E experience. It will engage you in a series of scaffolded and reflective exercises focused on a single aspect of the specialization selected by you to match your learning goals, and will help you create a piece of work that reflects your new knowledge and showcases your new skills for your employer, colleagues, friends and family.
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The Finance for Everyone Specialization will help you learn the language of finance and understand how the flow of money relates to the most important key social issues influencing our lives and communities. You’ll examine the connections between global and local finance; the flow of assets through businesses, governments, and other institutions; and the commodity, bond, and equity market dynamics that create and destroy financial value. When you complete the Specialization, you’ll be able to better understand both global financial news and your own personal financial decisions.
What will I be able to do upon completing the course?
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
1.Use financial tools and information to understand financial concepts and the social impact of finance.
2.Build confidence in your ability to engage with financial issues.
3.Relate important financial concepts and issues to experiences in your daily life and the real world.
4.Apply basic financial concepts to problem-solve individually and collaboratively.
5.Engage in research in order to increase your knowledge of a particular financial issue of importance to you.
6.Perform financial calculations with accuracy.
7.Converse with others about financial concepts with confidence.
8.Create a piece of work that demonstrates your growing understanding of the broader context of finance.
How long does it take to complete this course?
This course is structured to be 8 weeks in length.