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NOTE: Payment is due along with submitting the application. Please have a credit card ready to process payment for the school. To print the application and submit payment by e-mail, mail, or fax, click the “Download Brochure” link on the right and use the form on the last page of the PDF.
Any applicant withdrawing after the April 23 discounted tuition deadline but before May 4 will be refunded all fees except a $250 cancellation fee. There is no refund, with the exception of extenuating circumstances, if a registrant withdraws after May 4 or fails to attend the school. Refund requests must be submitted in writing to the TBA.
** Any bank experience and/or commercial lending experience less than 3 years requires written documentation from the CEO or the nominating officer supporting the request to waive this prerequisite. Please send documentation to Monique Jenkins - mjenkins@TNBankers.org
To satisfy admission requirements, you must indicate, in the area below, how you acquired a basic knowledge and understanding in the following subjects. If a basic knowledge is not indicated, your CEO or other authorized executive of your institution must submit a letter with this application explaining why these admission requirements should be waived. Please e-mail Monique Jenkins for further information.
Specify courses or educational activities. At least one box must be checked in each section.
Basic concepts including the accounting cycle, special journals and subsidiary ledgers, payroll records and procedures, reporting operating results, the accrual basis of accounting, partnership, and corporate accounting.
Characteristics of financial statements and their analysis including the goals, methods, and tools of analysis, accounts receivable, inventories, balance sheets, profit and loss analysis, and their relationship to each other.
Basic economic principles, the economy - how it works, the Federal Reserve System, the business of banking, monetary policy and its impact on financial markets and banks, fiscal policy, and trends in banking.
I have read the admission requirements and desire to enroll in the school. In applying for admission, I understand that I will be expected to attend all classes, to prepare assigned work, and to abide in all respects to the standards established by the school. I agree to the code of ethics set forth by the school. I authorize the school to release my completion status to the management of my institution upon written request from my CEO or nominating officer.
This institution does not discriminate with regard to race, religion, gender, or age.