Accounting10 courses in Accounting.
Accounting Fundamentals (189)
Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you're interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while also gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. You'll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, while also learning how to analyze and record financial transactions, as well as prepare various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities will be discussed. We'll cover all the bases, from writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period. Suitable for either a small business or an individual household, this course is sure to increase financial awareness and accountability.
Accounting Fundamentals II (190)
While it is true that accounting professionals are scarce, those with corporate accounting experience are even more rare. This course will build on the knowledge you gained in Charlene Messier's online Accounting Fundamentals course (or another introductory accounting course) to provide you with a solid understanding of corporate accounting practices.
In Accounting Fundamentals II, you'll explore such topics as special journals, uncollectible accounts receivable, plant assets, depreciation, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, dividends, retained earnings, and various financial reports for corporations.
If you're interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while also gaining a marketable skill, this is the course for you.
Activity-Based Costing, Second Edition (80)
Today’s business environment is much more competitive than yesterday’s, both nationally and internationally. Customers want high-quality products at low prices. Today’s organizations must:
* Improve existing products or develop new products
* Increase productivity, reduce costs, and maintain competitive prices
* Support essential research and development activities
* Reduce distribution costs
* Eliminate unproductive activities
* Use techniques like just-in-time and TQM to stay abreast of competitors
Activity-Based Costing shows you how to assign activity costs to true performance measures. The bottom line is greater accuracy and greater control over all the factors that make up costs.
Certificate in Finance and Accounting Management (171)
Keep your career moving forward with Binghamton University online education and training courses. These are the same courses available through the American Management Association Communications (AMACOM) Self-Study program. You can fine-tune your present skills, learn new ones, and enrich your career with a flexible learning plan that fits your schedule, strengths, budget, and career goals.
Certified Bookkeeper (55)
This nationally recognized Bookkeeping online certification course and training program for experienced bookkeepers leads to national certification with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). The AIPB certification is a high professional standard and the only national standard for bookkeepers. This bookkeeping course was created by the AIPB. All textbooks included.
Cost Accounting for Planning and Control (86)
Cost Accounting for Planning and Control will give you a solid grounding in the basics of two widely used cost accounting systems. This course reveals how you can track the costs of modern production technology that uses computers and robotics...how you can use activity-based cost accounting to trace more indirect costs to particular jobs...and how you can use managerial accounting for more informed decision making.
Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers, Second Edition (90)
Finance and accounting are the universal languages of business. Whether you’re a brand-new supervisor or a seasoned professional, you won’t go far without having a command of key financial concepts. Think of this broad-based course as your personal, one-on-one tutor. Revised and updated throughout and featuring a new chapter on corporate governance, Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers, Second Edition, is written expressly for nonspecialists like you. This fundamental course clearly explains how to understand financial and operational measures, prepare and utilize budgets, respond to inquiries about the dollars-and-cents consequences of actions taken by you or your department and speak the jargon of finance with fluency and ease.
By relating financial management actions to everyday business tasks, the author sets the tone for painless learning. Step-by-step exercises and interactive examples will show you how to put the standard techniques of financial analysis to work immediately. This course encourages you to draw on personal experience to strengthen your comprehension of new material. Upon completion, you’ll be comfortable discussing financial concepts and data with your managers, accounting staff, CPAs and other financial professionals. And you’ll be helping to run a tighter financial ship—always a plus in your own career development.
Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud (94)
“Where is the money? How did it happen? What were the damages? Can we take legal action?” With the incidents of fraudulent activities and dubious financial schemes on the rise, there is increasing demand for professionals skilled in these areas. Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud has been developed specifically to equip accountants, attorneys, and financial managers with the investigative skills they need to uncover financial fraud.
Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers, Third Edition (97)
Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers Third Edition, This best-selling AMA self-study course will give you a firm understanding of financial and accounting terms, techniques, and practices-even if you have no financial background. The course explains and illustrates the basics: interpreting financial statements... calculating inventory costs and the costs of goods sold... understanding stocks and bonds... determining company profitability using ratio analysis techniques... detailing cash flow... and more.You'll learn how to: * Read and interpret financial statements, balance sheets, and managerial accounting reports * Back up your business plans and proposed budgets with solid financial facts and analyses * Calculate returns on sales, gross margin percentages, and returns on total assets using ratio analyses-and plan for the future with confidence * Use everyday financial data, terms, and tools more effectively * Prepare a statement of cash flows on both the indirect and the direct bases
The Job of the Accounting Manager: Leading Edge Strategies (143)
The accounting manager’s role has changed dramatically over the past ten years. Once an overseer of transaction processes and financial reporting, today’s accounting manager must be prepared to play a larger role—as planner, leader, communicator, internal consultant and business partner to senior management. Functional expertise still matters, but it isn’t sufficient for excellent performance in today’s business environment.