Course in Accounting and Finance in North America

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Accounting and Finance

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Accounting and finance is a challenging area that combines both strategic and technical learning. Classes include both financial management and accounting techniques to prepare students for a career related to the economic health of a company.

The United States of America commonly called the United States, is a federal republic consisting of fifty states and a federal district. The 48 contiguous states and the federal district of Washington, D.C. are in first North America between Canada and Mexico. The state of Alaska is in northwestern North America, west of Canada and east of Russia across the Bering Strait, and the state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-North Pacific. The country also has five populated and nine unpopulated territories in the Pacific and the Caribbean.

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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. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting and Finance in North America 2017. 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... [-]

Accounting and Finance for Attorneys

University of Tulsa College of Business Administration
Campus Part time 1 day June 2018 USA Tulsa Toledo + 1 more

This one-day course teaches generally accepted accounting principles, implications of the three common finance statements, cash flow, types of financial analysis, budgeting ratio analysis, valuation and more. [+]

Accounting and Finance for Attorneys-Applications of Finance, Accounting & Economics In a Legal EnvironmentEvery attorney needs a sound understanding of finance and accounting as a part of an everyday legal practice whether you need to communicate with expert witnesses or make more effective legal decisions.  This one-day course teaches generally accepted accounting principles, implications of the three common finance statements, cash flow, types of financial analysis, budgeting ratio analysis, valuation and more.  Co-sponsored by the TU College of Law and Approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association.

 

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Target audience  Attorneys  Paralegals  Anyone in the legal profession who needs to know the implications of financial statement analysis and valuation techniques  [-]

Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

University of Tulsa College of Business Administration
Campus Part time 2 days December 2017 USA Tulsa Toledo + 1 more

You need to understand the basics of accounting & finance- whether you are an experienced manager with increasing budget responsibilities, a new manager, a small business owner, a board member or investor. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting and Finance in North America 2017.

Need a better understanding of accounting & finance principles & where your managerial budget fits into the firm’s big picture?  Want to understand accounting lingo?  Want some “hands on” interaction to help you come to grips with those bottom line decisions?  Whether you are an experienced manager with increasing budget responsibilities, a new manager, a small business owner, a board member or investor—you need to understand the basics of accounting & finance

 

We are pleased to announce our partnership with the makers of Zodiak, a financial game being used by several fortune 500 companies to educate employees on the basics of accounting & finance.  Zodiak involves participants in a game simulation where they purchase a company, invest $4 million, sign a bank loan & try to make business decisions that will make the firm successful. ... [-]


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 Dallas Mexico Mexico City + 3 more

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. [+]

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.... [-]


Finance & Accounting for Non-Financial Executives

University of Washington Foster School of Business
Campus Part time 3 days May 2018 USA Seattle South Korea Seoul San Francisco + 3 more

Learn the key accounting and finance principles you need to interpret and analyze your company's financial data to make better business decisions. Improve your ability to communicate financial information, understand and evaluate financial performance and make better strategic business decisions. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting and Finance in North America 2017.

Successful managers know how their decisions affect company profitability. Finance & Accounting for Non-Financial Executives provides the experienced, non-financial manager with an understanding of the numbers side of business. In this certificate program you will learn how to use financial information in real-life management situations.

 

This three-day seminar introduces essential financial management techniques for effective decision-making and provides executives with a solid understanding of corporate finance. It equips non-financial managers with a comprehensive working knowledge of financial principles and a strong foundation in financial management analysis. Participants learn to interpret crucial financial data in ways that enable them to improve their personal effectiveness and make a more productive corporate contribution. The program also gives participants the opportunity to meet with peers, share experiences and expand their business knowledge.... [-]


Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week April 2018 USA Stanford Singapore Santa Cruz United Arab Emirates Dubai Argentina Buenos Aires Brazil São Paulo + 9 more

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 ... [-]


Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive

Columbia Business School
Campus Part time 5 days April 2018 USA New York Japan Tokyo United Arab Emirates Dubai Switzerland St.Gallen + 6 more

This course enables you to understand and analyze financial reports, cost allocation methods and activity-based costing. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting and Finance in North America 2017.

Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive is a five-day program that blends broad financial principles with practical applications. It enables you to understand and analyze financial reports, cost allocation methods, and activity-based costing. You'll grasp the intricacies of your organization's finances so that you can fully collaborate with financial managers and accountants.

 

No previous knowledge of accounting and finance is necessary for you to take this lively and interactive program. It provides you with everything you need to understand the "numbers" side of your business. If you are already familiar with finance it will serve as an excellent refresher course... [-]


Accounting Technician Program

Reeves College
Campus Full time 32 weeks September 2017 Canada Calgary

In today’s job market, you need practical and marketable skills. The Accounting Technician program offers a combination of general office administration skills, accounting skills and technology with which to help prepare you for opportunities in administrative or financial positions [+]

In today’s job market, you need practical and marketable skills. The Accounting Technician program offers a combination of general office administration skills, accounting skills and technology with which to help prepare you for opportunities in administrative or financial positions. A very strong aptitude for math is required for this course.

 

 

Program Objectives

 

The aim of this program is to provide students with a combination of computer and office administration skills and a practical foundation in accounting, computerized accounting systems and payroll. Students are prepared to enter the employment market upon graduation after a practicum that givesthem on-the-job experience. The graduate should be able to: meet the compliance requirements for the payroll practice through an annual payroll cycle; effectively communicate payroll issues to all stakeholders; and understand the accounting function as it relates to the payroll practice.... [-]