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Business Conference

Introduction to Business 

This course examines how culture, society and human behaviour, as well as economic systems and legal, international, political, and financial institutions, all interact to shape a business organization's policies and practices, both in the United States and in the global community. The entire course will be offered online.


Basic Accounting/Bookkeeping

This course focuses on double-entry, accrual accounting methods, such as recording transactions, end-of-period worksheets and adjustments, cash control, accounts receivable and payable, and payroll procedures, especially for service businesses organized as sole proprietorships and partnerships. It provides fundamental training for careers in bookkeeping and accounting. Fully online and partially online programs available.

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Business Law

Business transactions are governed by fundamental legal concepts. The sources of law and ethics, contracts, torts, agency, criminal law, business organizations, and judicial and administrative processes are among the topics covered in this course. The entire course will be offered online.

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Financial Accounting 

This course examines accounting as an information system, investigating why it is necessary, and how it is used to make decisions by investors, creditors, and others. The accounting information system is covered, as well as the recording and reporting of company transactions, emphasizing the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting standards, financial statements, and statement interpretation. Other topics  include: valuation of assets, liabilities, and equity, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow management, internal controls, and ethics. The entire course will be offered online.


Managerial Accounting

This course focuses on strategic decision-making for the purpose of enhancing a company's competitive edge and profitability. Cost flow, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, performance analysis, and short- and long-term decision-making are among the topics covered. The entire course will be offered online.

Tax Income Reports

Tax Accounting

This course focuses on the subsector of accounting that deals with the preparation of tax returns and tax payments. This course will teach individuals, businesses, corporations, and other entities the finer details of tax accounting. Tax accounting for an individual focuses on income, qualifying deductions, donations, and any investment gains or losses. For a business, tax accounting is more complex, with greater scrutiny placed on how funds are spent and what is or isn't taxable.

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