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Accounting courses are an excellent way to diversify education and experience while gaining professional skills for a career, whether you are already an accountant needing to brush-up on your skills, or interested in a career change. There are accounting courses located in several countries and each is specific to a certain sector. Requirements for courses vary, but generally, prospective students need previous education and/or experience.

Accounting courses will teach individuals how to become more effective and efficient when performing accounting duties. In accounting courses, students may examine such topics as financial statement analysis, investments, international finance, and banking. Many programs will also focus on how accounting is related to other business operations, providing students with a well-rounded approach to accounting.

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Management For Attorneys

ADEN Business School
Online Part time February 2017 Argentina Mendoza

Management for Lawyers provides management tools for integral and differential growth attorney. [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017. Management for Lawyers provides management tools for integral and differential growth attorney. GOALS Provide training for the lawyer to intervene on the boards of companies with knowledge of language, concepts that can interpret financial statements and financial to review and evaluate strategic issues. Know how to develop its own strategic and marketing plan as a tool for professional growth and business advice. Improve the negotiating and mediating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their own environment. Know and apply basic techniques to understand the accounting function as part of the information system of the company in the process of making strategic decisions. Knowing how to read the basic financial statements, notes, schedules and the audit report. properly interpret the financial, economic and financial information derived from the Financial Statements through knowledge and sufficient management and analysis tools. Design a professional corporate governance oriented economic results in order to monitor the performance of the strategies through a dynamic tracking of business. recipients Lawyers, Lawyers, Doctors of Laws developed in the business world as consultants, managers, boards of directors of companies or other functions. Owners or partners of Buffets or organizations providing legal or legal consultancy services. independent professionals. academic content Module 1: Strategy and Marketing for lawyers Module 2: Negotiation, mediation and arbitration Module 3: Strategic Accounting Module 4: Analysis and interpretation of accounting information Module 5: Corporate governance [-]

Accounting Degree

North Iowa Area Community College
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2017 USA Mason City

Are you interested in transferring to a four-year college or university and earning a bachelor’s degree? Students may wish to earn an Associate of Arts and apply their studies toward a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field at a four-year college or university. Students need courses that will facilitate their transfer to four-year institutions of their choice. Please consult with a NIACC counselor for... [+]

Accounting Degree Are you interested in transferring to a four-year college or university and earning a bachelor’s degree? Students may wish to earn an Associate of Arts and apply their studies toward a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field at a four-year college or university. Students need courses that will facilitate their transfer to four-year institutions of their choice. Please consult with a NIACC counselor for assistance in determining a schedule to meet your goal. The Business Division’s highest priority is to assist students in reaching their individual educational goals. Each instructor is dedicated to providing the highest quality instruction to facilitate this process. First Semester ENG-105 Composition I MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra* BCA-101 Intro to Computers and Information Systems Humanities class Social Science Class SDV-199 College Essentials Second Semester ENG-106 Composition II MAT-140 Finite Math (if needed)*** Humanities Class Science class ACC-111 Intro to Accounting (if needed or elective) Third Semester ACC-121 Principles of Accounting I ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics MAT-156 Intro to Statistics SPC-112 Public Speaking General Education Elective** Fourth Semester ACC-122 Principles of Accounting II ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics MAT-161 Business Statistics Humanities class General Education Elective* *Appropriate math level needed before enrolling in any math class. **See NIACC catalog for list of General Education courses. ***Check with transfer institution. Note: Please check with transfer institution for their specific requirements or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for further transfer planning. AA Degree meets the General Education Requirements for the College of Liberal Arts at most transfer institutions. Check with transfer institution for Foreign Language Requirement. Admission requirements vary from institution to institution. Contact the transfer institution or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for assistance. Suggested schedule dependent on entry level of student. Note: It is recommended that Business core classes not be taken on the web for the College of Business at the University of Northern Iowa Note: The University of Iowa requires MAT-165 Calculus (Business Calculus) for prerequisite course for the College of Business. Note: For accounting majors at the U of Iowa, a 2.67 (B-) cumulative GPA is required in Accounting 121 and Accounting 122 with a 2.75 prerequisite GPA and 3.0 cumulative GPA and pass a writing assessment. Suggested Electives: Business Law I Principles of Management Suggested General Education Electives: College Algebra Calculus (for Business) [-]

Access to HE Diploma in Business and Accounting

Barnet And Southgate College
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom City of London Enfield Barnet + 1 more

The Access to Higher Education Diploma (Business and Accounting) is a Level 3 qualification which prepares learners for study at university. [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017. Who is this course for? The Access to Higher Education Diploma (Business and Accounting) is a Level 3 qualification which prepares learners for study at university. It is designed for: *Learners seeking progression to university or progression opportunities in employment. *Learners with a current or previous role or interest in business and/or accounting; *Learners who, because of social, educational or individual circumstances, have not been able to pursue higher education. *Learners seeking a change of direction because of unemployment or lack of career opportunities in their previous field and who have a demonstrable interest in entering a business related profession. What qualifications or experience do I need ? At least functional skills level 2 in English/ GCSE grade C or above or recognised equivalent qualifications. Learners with no qualification will be considered based on interview assessment. What will I study ? You will study a number of Business and Accounting related units. In particular you will learn about Business Organisations and Structures, Business Planning, how to record Business Transactions, deal with Financial & Management Accounting and Decision Making. You will also examine the financial statements of different types of businesses - clubs and societies, partnerships and limited companies. By the end of the course/ programme you will be familiar with the more practical aspects of day-to-day running and management of a business and reporting to management How will I be assessed ? Course work and exams What qualifications could I achieve ? On successful completion of this course you will gain a Diploma in Business & Accounting How do I join the course ? Complete online application, call the college or come in and talk to one of our advisers [-]

AAT Level 2

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 22 - 25  January 2017 United Kingdom London

The AAT Level 2 course covers a range of basic accounting practices and techniques from costing as well as double entry book keeping to computerised accounting. The course will also provide you with practical and theoretical understanding of systems in the modern workplace. [+]

Our Accounting Courses range from Beginner to Advanced level and are aimed at people who work or who wish to work in a role that requires Accountancy skills. Kensington and Chelsea College has been accredited by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) to deliver its accounting qualifications. AAT is a professional qualification and membership body. Its qualifications give students practical skills to work in a range of finance and accounting jobs. People with AAT qualifications go on to work at all levels and in all sectors of the economy with some running their own accountancy practices. Only AAT Approved training providers are allowed to deliver the AAT Accounting Qualification and they must first go through a rigorous verification process. We are delighted to be offering the AAT Accounting Qualification. Our tutors bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise in training accountancy students. Jane Scott Paul, AAT Chief Executive said: ‘Every business needs well trained finance staff and an AAT qualification demonstrates to a prospective employer that you have the skills to do job. Gaining a recognised accountancy qualification with AAT is the first step into a professional finance career.’ The AAT Level 2 course covers a range of basic accounting practices and techniques from costing as well as double entry book keeping to computerised accounting. The course will also provide you with practical and theoretical understanding of systems in the modern workplace. AAT Level 2 comprises of 5 papers (Basic Accounting 1, Basic Accounting 2, Basic Costing, Computerised Accounting and Work Effectively in Accounting and Finance) and on successful completion you will be awarded the AAT Certificate in Accounting. Course Overview The AAT Level 2 course covers a range of basic accounting practices and techniques from costing as well as double entry book keeping to computerised accounting. The course will also provide you with practical and theoretical understanding of systems in the modern workplace. AAT Level 2 comprises of 5 papers (Basic Accounting 1, Basic Accounting 2, Basic Costing, Computerised Accounting and Work Effectively in Accounting & Finance) and on successful completion you will be awarded the AAT Certificate in Accounting. Please note all learners enrolling on the AAT courses are required have AAT student membership costing £82 (plus £38 one-off admission fee). Registering as a student member with AAT will allow you to: Study with your training provider (KCC) Sit AAT assessments Access a host of resources to help with your studies and career progression. We advise that you register with AAT as soon as you enrol to avoid any delays in taking your assessments. Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Various [-]

ACCA Professional Papers Programme

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 18 - 30 months August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is one of the world’s pre-eminent accountancy bodies with members and students in over 170 countries. The University of Bolton is now offering you the opportunity to study towards your ACCA Professional papers on a full-time basis. We provide a programme of carefully paced study with highly qualified tutors who are focused on helping you succeed. If you have already successfully completed... [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017. ACCA Professional Papers Programme The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is one of the world’s pre-eminent accountancy bodies with members and students in over 170 countries. The University of Bolton is now offering you the opportunity to study towards your ACCA Professional papers on a full-time basis. We provide a programme of carefully paced study with highly qualified tutors who are focused on helping you succeed. If you have already successfully completed (or been granted exemptions from) papers F1-F9, this course will allow you to complete your ACCA Professional papers in 18 months for the full-time version of the course and 30 months for the part-time version of the course. Exemptions can be from undergraduate accounting degree programmes, such as the University of Bolton’s BA (Hons) Accountancy, which attract the maximum nine paper exemptions from the ACCA Qualification. About the course Successful completion of the ACCA Professional papers is an essential element of the ACCA Qualification, along with the Fundamentals papers (F1-F9), the Professional Ethics module and the Practical Experience Requirement. Once you have achieved all these elements you will be eligible to apply for ACCA membership. As an ACCA member you will benefit from improved career progression and very high earning potential. Special features Sessions for each module will consist of a three hour tutorial in the early afternoon from 1pm-4pm, followed by a past question focused session of two hours in the late afternoon from 5pm-7pm, over 14 weeks. Two weeks' intensive examination revision and planning sessions are built into the programme. There will be a mid-session examination practice session with detailed feedback given to each student. We offer free parking facilities for students. Campus is easily assessable by car or public transport. Bolton train station is only five minutes walking distance from our Deane Road Campus. Cafeteria facilities are available on-campus. The University of Bolton offers an excellent library and 24/7 IT facilities, free 24 hour WiFi access and learning areas. What you will learn You will gain skills and knowledge relevant to any business sector from the public or corporate sectors to financial services or public practice. You will gain the freedom to choose the type of accountancy role and organisation you work for. Knowledge of professional ethics is embedded into each of the ACCA Professional papers and is an essential component of the ACCA Qualification as you move towards becoming a Chartered Certified Accountant. What you will study In order to achieve the ACCA Professional level you will need to complete two modules: Essentials and Options. These modules require you to perform at a level equivalent to that required of students studying a master’s degree. The ACCA Professional level builds on the technical knowledge you already possess. It also explores the more advanced professional techniques, values and skills required by accountants working at senior levels in advisory or consultancy roles. ACCA Professional Papers (Essentials) In order to achieve the Essentials component you will need to complete the following three papers: Governance, Risk and Ethics (P1) Corporate Reporting (P2) Business Analysis and Strategy (P3) ACCA Professional Papers (Options) In order to qualify, you will also need to complete two of the following four papers: Advanced Financial Management (P4) Advanced Performance Management (P5) Advanced Taxation (P6) Advanced Audit and Assurance (P7) Professional Ethics and Practical Experience Requirement (PER) To achieve ACCA membership a trainee has to complete the ACCA exams, the Professional Ethics module and the PER. Students are required to complete the Professional Ethics module as part of their ethical development. The module gives students exposure to a range of ethical perspectives and includes several self-tests which require them to reflect on their own ethical behaviour. Students are given access to the Professional Ethics module when they become eligible to take Paper P1, Governance, Risk and Ethics and guidance will be provided by the course tutor. Achieving the PER allows you to demonstrate that you can apply your skills and knowledge within the workplace. The PER is a programme designed to help you to; apply and develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours you have learned through the exams; develop your judgement; assess the quality of your work; and improve your work performance. Entry requirements You should have successfully completed, or been granted exemptions from, ACCA papers F1-F9. Exemptions can also be from undergraduate accounting degree programmes; for instance graduates of the University of Bolton’s BA (Hons) Accountancy are granted the maximum nine paper exemptions from the ACCA. You will be invited into the University for an interview to discuss your career aspirations. [-]

CIMA Professional - Chartered Management Accounting (Operational E1, P1, F1, Management E2, P2, F2 & Strategic E3, P3, F3)

E-Careers
Online Part time Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

Enhance your decision-making skills across all areas of business with one of the courses that is considered to be one of the most relevant finance qualifications for business professionals from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). [+]

What are the objectives of this course? The course is broken down into three sets of objectives, so you can develop yourself across the board of operational, management and strategic essentials. Grasp the fundamental elements of organisation management, inclusive of buyer behaviour, marketing aspects, information systems and legal issues. Learn how to apply your established accounting knowledge to financial matters. This will include budgets, variance analysis, cash flow forecasts and investments, for optimum efficiency. Understand the layout of financial statements and demonstrate confidence with regards to tax, audits, assets and reporting financial performance. Explore project management and strategic analysis and get a firm grip of the fundamental techniques that a business requires to succeed. Understand the importance of leadership and develop your management skills to really ensure that you are well equipped to further your career possibilities. Understand how pricing and budgeting affect the performance of a business. Learn how the learning curve theory and break-even analysis can play an important role in business strategies. Realise how advanced management accounting, financial analysis, retirement benefits, various groups and associates can help you progress in your field. Apply knowledge of marketing, strategic management and environmental analysis, and see how they determine the overall position of a business within its particular industry. Calculate risks and manage them and learn more about the auditing process. Learn short-term and long-term how financial strategy is a fundamental building block for any growing business to build on. Who is it intended for? This course is designed for anyone who wants to develop their decision-making skills, and apply their knowledge to business situations influentially and confidently. Requirements There are no official pre-requisites for this course but in order to sit the examinations you will have had to achieve your C01, C02, C03, C04, C05 or equivalent. What marks this course apart? Once you have achieved the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification you can function in roles such as a qualified Management Accountant and expect to earn on average £32,000. Source: PayScale What happens after requesting information? Once you have enquired you will be contacted by one of our specialist careers advisors who will be able to provide you with any further information you require. [-]

Professional Postgraduate Degree in International Finance

RISEBA
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Latvia Riga

The programme develops students’ ability to successfully in international environment, by majoring in accounting and financial analysis. Our recent experience shows that graduates are successfully employed in other sectors as well or set up and lead their own business... [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017. The programme develops students’ ability to successfully in international environment, by majoring in accounting and financial analysis. Our recent experience shows that graduates are successfully employed in other sectors as well or set up and lead their own business. The programme is intended to provide general knowledge on international environment, by involving study courses of International Strategic Management, International Project Management, Information Technologies and Risks, Leadership, Innovation and Creativity, Cultural Negotiations, Business Meets Arts, etc. The specialised courses in finance involve aspects on Management Accounting and Analysis, Corporate Finance, Investments, Financial Econometrics, Portfolio Management and Wealth Planning. The courses are designed to prepare the students for the CFA exam requirements. 3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence Degree awarded: Professional Postgraduate Degree in International Finance Professional qualification: English Form of study: Full time evening studies International opportunities: One semester studies abroad (ERASMUS Programme) Why RISEBA, why International Finance? dual degree opportunities with the Kedge Business School – possibility to spend one semester in France and obtain two diplomas by using the ERASMUS scholarship extensive range of international exchange programs with international partner institutions the only higher education institution in Latvia, being a member of the Association of Accountants of the Republic of Latvia, the programme elaborated basing on their recommendations the only programme in Latvia, providing students an opportunity to participate in the CFA Research Challenge and to meet the CFA Institute Representatives for better preparation of the CFA exams strong cooperation with the industry representatives internationally recognised academic staff members and branch professionals from all over the world opportunity to attend wide range of guest lectures offered by the RISEBA University full international accreditation international study environment, cross-cultural experience studies in English individual approach modern teaching and active learning methods possibility to combine work with studies offered placement opportunities possibility to participate in international projects and conferences, to elaborate scientific publications under the supervision of the RISEBA University academic staff members new opportunities, extensive networks and good return on investment Our graduates are employed both in the financial sector institutions and in other industries in Latvia and abroad: Rietumu Banka, SEB bank, Citadele bank, PrivatBank, Deloitte, Adidas, Olainfarm, Rimi, etc. The programme provides knowledge on finance and banking, as well as the nowadays’ changing environment of economy and business. Admission requirements Detailed information on documents to be submitted, application process and consultations is available in the Apply Now section. Applicants who chose to study in English should submit valid IELTS or TOEFL certificate, or pass RISEBA English language test. [-]

24 minute Accounting

Potential E-Learning
Online Full time Open Enrollment United Arab Emirates Dubai

Through the program, we aim to provide a simple playlist of videos that provide practical tips on essential accounting principles. The playlist is supported by a set of resources that would be available to the participants including cases, tools and templates. [+]

Why did we develop the course? Understanding what is accounting and how it impacts your day-to-day business activities are essential in today’s competitive business world. In this simple and practical course, we take you through a step-by-step guide to the accounting process, highlighting the essential financial topics that every business should know and track. Through the program, we aim to provide a simple playlist of videos that provide practical tips on essential accounting principles. The playlist is supported by a set of resources that would be available to the participants including cases, tools and templates. We will refer to three different types of businesses throughout this course:  "Western Retailers - a retail business who is part owned by Simon  "The Right Look - a graphic designer business owned solely by Jennifer “Rose Soaps” - a manufacturing business – where Jayson is a shareholder in Who is it for? This course is intended for anyone that is new to business or wants to refresh their overall accounting skills including: Recent Graduates, Finance Employees, Accountants and Entrepreneurs To request more information, fill in the enquiry form on the right side of this page or visit the school's website here and use the unique code above to receive a discount on course fees! [-]

Computerized Accounting

IBT College
Campus Full time 26 weeks September 2017 Canada Toronto

The Computerized Accounting course provides students with hands-on training in the key areas of financial and management accounting, as well as in the implementation and operation of a computerized accounting system. Graduates will have the necessary skills to enter the world of accounting. [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017. The Computerized Accounting course provides students with hands-on training in the key areas of financial and management accounting, as well as in the implementation and operation of a computerized accounting system. Graduates will have the necessary skills to enter the world of accounting. They will have the complete skill set to maintain accounting books, both manually and on a computerized system. Students will also be trained to implement internal controls and management accounting systems, such as budgeting, cash flows, and break-even analysis, for use in both small and large businesses. Main Modules MS Word MS Excel MS PowerPoint MS Access Outlook Bookkeeping and Accounting 1-2 Accpac Simply Accounting Quickbooks Our Graduates Find Employment As Accounting Clerks Payroll Supports Accounting Administrative Assistants Office Managers and more The Computerized Accounting diploma is a registered and approved program and it takes 26 weeks to complete. Co-op placement as well as job search assistance is available to all graduates. Admission Requirements Applicants must have a Canadian high school diploma of grade 12 or equivalent, or apply as mature students (18 years of age or older) AND pass the Scholastic Entrance Exam administered by IBT College. An assessment interview is also required for some of the courses prior to being accepted into the chosen course. Financial Aid IBT College offers flexible monthly payment plans with no interest. Students may apply for a student line of credit through major financial institutions or through contacting IBT College's representative at selected financial institutions. IBT College also accepts HRSDC (EI) and Social Assistance recipients. [-]

Pathway to University of London

British University Vietnam
Campus Full time 20 weeks September 2017 Vietnam Hanoi

Prepare students to pursue their studies at the undergraduate level in the field of accounting, finance, economics, information technology, marketing, management, and business administration [+]

Prepare students to pursue their studies at the undergraduate level in the field of accounting, finance, economics, information technology, marketing, management, and business administration. The teaching and learning strategies ensure students have sufficient academic rigor to prepare them for degree education Course length: 20 weeks. Entry requirements: 17 years old and above. Completed Year 12 or equivalent; and Upper Secondary school certificate (Graduate grade 12) minimum overall average of 6.0 including Maths. IELTS 6.0 (no band under 5.5) but IELTS 5.5 (no band under 5.0) can be considered by the Admissions Panel Scholarships HRH Prince Andrew scholarship 04 Full-tuition HRH Prince Andrew scholarships to BUV are awarded each year, valued at above VND 700,000,000 and other partial scholarships are available for high-school leavers. The awardees are selected based on a combination of previous academic performance, relevant experience of community work and the potential to become leaders in the public sector, business and academia. The scholarship programme is named after a member of British royal family – Prince Andrew, Duke of York, UK. President’s Scholarships and Dean’s Scholarships Each Scholarship is worth up to 50% of the BUV’s undergraduate Year 1 tuition fee (and conditional scholarship to Year 2 & 3 basing upon students’ study result). [-]

The Essentials of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University
Campus Part time 3 days November 2017 USA Dallas

This three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. [+]

Understanding the NumbersThis three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. The first day of the program begins at the most fundamental level and introduces basic accounting terminology and concepts. The three primary financial statements - the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows - are described in detail. Differences between cash and accrual-based accounting are highlighted. Then, participants together construct and interpret a set of financial statements.Day two of the course builds on these fundamental principles, demonstrating how to use financial statement data to evaluate financial performance and how to forecast future resource needs. The day ends with an introduction to capital budgeting and project decision-making techniques.The final day moves into the realm of Managerial Accounting. Here, the focus will be on using relevant cost and financial data to make better business decisions. The course concludes with a discussion of performance metrics and management control systems.Who Should Attend- Managers at all levels who work in non-financial areas - Technical managers with profit-loss and/or budget responsibilities - Individuals targeted for promotion - Anyone needing an introductory look at financial basics and financial statements Key Topics* Fundamental Accounting and Finance Concepts - Learning the basic terms and concepts necessary to grasp the numbers side of your business - Understanding the accounting process, its role in the organization and its role in the overall economy - How accounting and finance procedures impact business decisions * An Introduction to Financial Statements - The three primary financial statements: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows - The uses and importance of these statements and how they interact - Understanding "Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" (GAAP) and how they are applied * Using Accounting and Financial Data to Evaluate Performance - Defining and using key financial ratios to assess firm performance - How those outside your firm use accounting and other financial data to measure the health and performance of your company - Finding and using benchmark industry and firm data for performance comparison * Using Accounting and Financial Data to Plan for the Future- Using forecasting techniques to develop "pro forma" financial statements - Using forecasting to predict cash and resource needs and to address critical planning issues * Using Financial Analysis to Pick Projects and Investments - Understanding commonly used investment analysis techniques: payback, NPV, IRR, etc. - Using capital budgeting as a project evaluation tool * Accounting Data Used for Managerial Decision Making- Understanding cost/volume/profit relationships - Identifying fixed and variable costs and determining break-even levels - Using relevant cost analysis to improve managerial decision making * Management Control Systems - Performance metrics and how they offer a measurement-based approach to strategy implementation and performance evaluation Key Benefits- Gain a solid understanding of fundamental concepts and terms in the fields of finance and accounting - Follow a step-by-step approach to grasping how the three primary financial statements interact and the role of each - Learn how to use accounting and financial data to evaluate your firm's performance against the competition and to make better business decisions - Learn the basic principles of finance used to evaluate investments and projects - Gain an understanding of cost behavior: fixed costs, variable costs, break-even analysis, contribution margin, etc. - Enhance your ability to make business decisionsDates: May 22 - 24, 2006 or November 1 - 3, 2006... [-]


Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week April 2017 USA Stanford

The course covers the core concepts of both finance and accounting, including terminology and assumptions, valuation, financial statements, and distinguishing income from cash flow. [+]

Income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, ratio, variable, EVA, LIFO, FIFO — for many executives, the terms of accounting and finance seem like a foreign language. What do these terms mean and how do they relate to your role in your organization? How do your decisions affect your organization’s profitability? Most important, how can you utilize these concepts to become a greater asset to your company? Content OverviewFinance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive has been carefully crafted by leading faculty to eliminate the mystery behind the numbers and to help executives become informed and strategic users of accounting and financial data. The course covers the core concepts of both finance and accounting, including terminology and assumptions, valuation, financial statements, and distinguishing income from cash flow. The curriculum examines specific accounting methods and demonstrates how these choices affect earnings. Participants learn how to analyze financial reports, identify trends, and study competitors. Key takeaways :- Frameworks and tools for understanding the concepts, terms, and techniques of accounting and finance - Broad overview of the emerging global marketplace and the role your company plays within it - Insight from leading faculty and financial and accounting experts who can translate complex theory into practical, understandable terms ... [-]


Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Austin

This program teaches you how concepts and strategies are integrated into your company's big picture. You will learn the language of business and begin to understand the reality behind the numbers. [+]

Best Course Studies in Accounting 2017.

Program Description - Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

 

Refresh your knowledge or learn the basics of accounting assumptions, accounting and financial terminology, and financial analysis techniques. This program teaches you how concepts and strategies are integrated into your company's big picture. You will learn the language of business and begin to understand the reality behind the numbers. Different types of information systems will be examined: control-based accounting structures for managing physical resources; and information-based accounting structures for planning, evaluating, and decision-making. You will learn how to address and communicate problems more effectively, how to identify relevant information, and how to apply the analytical skills needed to make better business decisions and take maximum advantage of business opportunities.... [-]


Accounting Program

Montreal Technical College (MTC)
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Montreal

This course offers a realistic vision of the accountant trade. It presents the various tasks in accounting and provides information on the program as a whole. [+]

Objective of program To develop the following competencies necessary to practice the employment: research and exchange of information produce tables and graphs design the visual format of a document related to accounting handle requests regarding labour laws organize and process data related to a company’s resources insure efficiency of work. Develop the following competencies necessary to communicate, verbally or in writing, in the work place: write correspondence related to accounting in both English and French interact in various professional situations communicate in English in an Accounting context. To develop the skills necessary to complete accounting tasks: to interact in various professional situations to calculate and prepare the bills, invoices, receipts, payments, etc. of a business to manage the petty cash to produce the payroll to calculate prices to accurately complete and verify work for daily accounting tasks to complete end of fiscal period and end of year tasks to produce income tax forms. Career opportunities : accounting clerk Accounting Assistant Accounting Technician Bookrunner Payroll clerk Clerks Purchasing and Inventory You’re in the right field of work if you: Are highly organized and enjoy responsibilities Possess an aptitude for communication Work well under pressure Are detail-oriented and rigorous Demonstrate good judgment and a strong ethical sense Workplaces : Small, medium and large companies Public or private businesses Self-employed workers The advantages of studying in Collège Supérieur de Montréal This course gives you access to: A short 1-year training program Program recognized by the le Ministère de l’Éducation, de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche (MESRS) Scholarships offered by our partners A practical internship at a company A laptop when you graduate! When you choose the C.S.M., you also choose: Lifetime job placement assistance Conveniently located facilities (Berri-UQAM subway station) A simulation class to develop your confidence and skills High-quality education More than 45 years of experience Description of modules Determine their suitability for the occupation and the training process This course offers a realistic vision of the accountant trade. It presents the various tasks in accounting and provides information on the program as a whole. Research and exchange information Using a computer and its resources/components: format, manage files and folders. Using Internet, learn to efficiently navigate, extract, find and manage information and references. Learn how to receive and transmit information by fax and corporate email. Produce tables and charts Using Excel, plan and organise data and worksheets. Learn how to present, save and print data using tables and charts. Do calculations and prepare source documents Calculate and prepare purchases and sales documents. Learn how to calculate discounts, international payments and prepare the related documents. Calculate various types of interests and prepare amortization charts. Format accounting-related correspondence Using a word processor, learn how to seize and arrange various information on a note or a letter, ready for presentation or printing. Import tables and worksheets from Excel. Prepare the envelop. Learn and master the standard typing method. Write accounting-related correspondence in English Learn how to write a note and a letter. Review, audit and print various texts. Process source documents in different types of companies Transcript data in log books, carry out financial reports, validate and write balances. Verify and correct entries then classify and file all accounting documents. Handle cash Transfer funds, balance cash registers, manage the petty cash, do the bank reconciliation, prepare budget and ensure cash in hand follow up. Use information related to legislation affecting businesses From simple but real life situations, find answers and solutions using ethics and legislative laws. Produce the required documents and ensure the follow up. Interact in a variety of professional situations Learn how to communicate efficiently. Understand the importance of quality professional interactions in a work environment. Apply good work ethics. Be aware of your abilities and limitations when interacting. Communicate in French in an accounting context Know how to get all the required information in an accounting point of view. Use the appropriate and polite wording. Know how to make clear interpretations. Prepare the payroll Gather the rightful information. Calculate salaries and contributions. Produce paye. Verify and correct your work. Write and format accounting-related correspondence in French Write and format accounting-related correspondence in French from verbal and written instructions using a word processor. Know how to use a grammatical software and dictionaries. Organize and process data related to a company’s resources Using reference standards, create and structure data bases. Gather and manage data. Make data base requests and produce reports. Carry out daily tasks related to transactions involving receivables and payables Carry out daily accounting tasks. Ensure that they work efficiently Analyse tasks characteristics and execute all accounting tasks adequately. Ensure follow up. Use all available resources to improve work efficiency. Perform calculations needed to determine the cost of goods and services Calculate the cost of sold merchandise, a project or a work request. Validate and file reports. Perform end-of-period tasks Do all accounting entries. Follow up on budget, account collections, taxes remittances and pay deductions. Account for all inventory transactions. Produce and validate reports. Perform year-end tasks From the chart of accounts, various documents and accounting logs, given instructions, data bases and various software, perform year-end tasks. Produce an income tax return for an individual Gather all required documents and information to produce an income tax return for an individual. Implement an accounting system Implement and maintain an accounting system from given employer’s directive, customer and employees data base and inventory using an accounting software. Commit themselves to the development of their career Recognize your own abilities and strength to positively develop your career. Apply a strategy when job seeking. Internship Conditions of admission To be eligible for admission to this program, candidates must meet one of the following requirements: Persons holding a Secondary School Diploma or its recognized equivalent Persons who are at least 16 years of age on September 30 of the school year in which their training is to begin and have earned the Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in the programs of study established by the Minister, or have been granted recognition for equivalent learning Persons who are at least 18 years of age upon entry into the program and have the following functional prerequisites: the successful completion of the General Development Test (see the following table), or recognition of equivalent learning Persons who have obtained Secondary III credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister are required to pursue general education courses, concurrently with their vocational training, in order to obtain the Secondary IV credits they lack in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister. 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New Courses - Accounting and Finance, Marketing

David Game Management School Thailand
Campus Full time Thailand Bangkok

At David Game Management School, we are in the process of introducing new courses in a range of disciplines. All the courses that are offered to our students in Thailand ensure that there will be progression pathways to pursue further studies leading to ... [+]

New Courses - Accounting and Finance, MarketingAt David Game Management School, we are in the process of introducing new courses in a range of disciplines. All the courses that are offered to our students in Thailand ensure that there will be progression pathways to pursue further studies leading to internationally recognised degree qualifications at foreign universities (UK, Australia, USA, Canada, Malaysia, etc.). The new courses will be offered in the following areas:

    Accounting and Finance     Marketing     Business Studies     Information Technology     Hospitality Management

 CertificationsThe connections of David Game College Group allow us to work with reputable international awarding bodies, most of them based in the UK. These bodies have both international standing and valid articulation agreements with universities in the UK and other countries.At the outset, David Game Management School will work with two such UK-based awarding bodies: The Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) and the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH). Students will have to fulfil the assessment requirements of these awarding bodies and upon passing the assessments for all subjects taught within the relevant courses, they will be awarded internationally recognised certifications.... [-]