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Professional Accounting

Courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas.

Students who study professional accounting will be exposed to a number of different finance-related topics. Depending on the program, these may include auditing, applied mathematics, economic statistics, business ethics, financial markets, taxes, marketing, logistics and management accounting.

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Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 0.5 - 1 year January 2018 Australia Sydney

The Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting is a four-subject introductory course designed to provide a general understanding of accounting and related areas of business study. It provides foundation knowledge in the areas of accounting, finance, economics and law. [+]

This course is designed for students who: do not have an undergraduate background in accounting and wish to further their business knowledge have extensive business experience but lack the formal qualifications for direct entry to the master's programs in professional accounting, or want to complete an introductory course in accounting and related fields, and want to prove their ability to undertake postgraduate study and attain a postgraduate qualification. As this course articulates into the master's programs in professional accounting, this enables students who do not possess formal undergraduate qualifications, including TAFE diplomas, to acquire the relevant academic qualification for membership of CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).... [-]


Accounting Technician Course Program

Reeves College
Campus 32 weeks September 2018 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 gives them 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. Career Opportunities... [-]


Course in Forensic Accounting for Credit and Equity Analysts

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 5 days September 2018 USA Evanston Midland + 1 more

Learn how to “get behind” the numbers and recognize “red flags” during this highly acclaimed forensic accounting seminar. To avoid future losses, analysts must understand how financial reporting options affect income, assets, cash-flow forecasts, financial ratios, and trends—and distinguish between accounting rules and underlying economic realities. [+]

Learn how to “get behind” the numbers and recognize “red flags” during this highly acclaimed forensic accounting seminar. To avoid future losses, analysts must understand how financial reporting options affect income, assets, cash-flow forecasts, financial ratios, and trends—and distinguish between accounting rules and underlying economic realities.This advanced, sequential two-part program focuses on pragmatic implications of corporate disclosures (and non-disclosures), using critical analyses of financial reporting numbers and comprehensive lending and equity valuation case analyses as a basis for improved risk assessment and cash-flow forecasting. Part I incorporates the latest financial reporting developments and includes coverage of middle-market firms, with classes stressing earnings sustainability and its linkage to future cash flows. Part II applies the methodology to new situations and economic circumstances.The two parts are sequential. You must complete Part I before enrolling in Part II. You will benefit from taking both parts consecutively.Key Benefits During this course, you will:... [-]