Sassan Zabeti

CPA, MBA, MS

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  • full Name

  • Sassan Zabeti
  • Establish

  • Circa 2000
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  • sassan65@outlook.com
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  • +1 (214)783-7731

Sassan Zabeti courses

Dean and Professor, School of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Credit Hours : 20 Hours

This course will teach students revenue enhancing techniques; so they can earn more no matter what profession currently pursuing. Here we will challenge the conventional wisdom that working hard and saving every penny will get you to the riches. Perhaps , hard work and frugality has it place in achieving success, but it is not the whole thing;

Course will take the position that todays Financial Advisor and Pundit are not addressing the issue of income and life long earning potential when giving money advise.

I have heard them tell their Audience to save money, become debt free, invest in this instrument not that one. These all are sound advise, but they are incomplete; these measures ignore the revenue side of the equations– the revenue. Most people do not earn enough money to save and invest; they are trying to get by day after day; so I believe it is empty rhetoric these words of advise from the pundits; we teach students how to earn more and consume proportionaly;

Here we emphasize the value of learning and growing. This course will look at the lives and beliefs of some of the riches people in plant by doing so the course will study some of the history of entrepreneurship

finally the course will teach the difference between Arithmetical Progressions verses Geometrical Progression to demonstrate impact of adding value to your given daily Hours.

In the word of Henry Ford: “Do not listen to the conventional wisdom that tells you to save every penny… No invest in yourself! I did not have a penny till I was 40 years old”

Corporate finance

Credit Hours :3 Hours

Fundamental concepts of corporate governance, investing and financial decisions are examined.

Learning Objectives are as follows:

1- Understanding of overview of corporate governance

2- Development of a framework for understanding and analyzing corporate governance and stakeholder management.

3- Development of an appreciation for the growing impact of environmental and social considerations in investing.

4- Understanding strategies companies use to leverage and manage their working capital to meet short-term operational needs.

Corporate Finance

Credit Hours :240 Hours

In this topic, we provide an introduction to corporate governance as well as investing and financing decisions. We present an overview of corporate governance along with a framework for understanding and analyzing corporate governance and stakeholder management. We also highlight the growing impact of environmental and social considerations in investing. We cover how companies make use of leverage and manage their working capital to meet short-term operational needs.

Cost Accounting

Credit Hours :3 Hours

The students are taken upon a journey of cost consideration such as calculations of Cost of Goods Sold and/or Cost of Goods Manufactured for Internal Management Analysis.

Learning Objectives are as follows:

1- Understanding of cost methods, cost accumulation, and cost assignment techniques so to gain expertise on how products and services are costed for internal management analysis as well as external financial reporting;

2- To develop understanding and proficiency in using cost information for making short term and long-term decisions and for responsibility accounting.

3- Use the responsibility accounting Matrix to improve efficiency and determine incentives.

4- In-depth understanding of the use of accounting and other information in performance evaluation and reward systems in order to align the objectives of the employees with the organization's objectives.

5- To be able to design cost accounting and budgeting systems;

6- How to use the above systems for cost control and evaluation of cost objects.

7- Develop the skill to use Capital budgeting techniques and key elements of management control systems.

Alternative Investments

Credit Hours :3 Hours

The course will teach alternative investments, including hedge funds, private equity, real estate, commodities, and infrastructure.

The learning objective is as follows:

1- Understanding of alternative investments for diversifications and higher returns.

2- Understanding of alternative investments and their common characteristics;

PO Box 358 4848 Lemmon Ave Dallas, TX 75219

+1 (214) 783-7731

sassan65@outlook.com

sassan65@outlook.com