Part-time Courses - Accounting and Bookkeeping
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
|OLRN1715||Accounting Basics I
Description: Introduces the student to how accounting information is used by, and meets the needs of both internal and external users through effective and efficient communication as well as what accounting information is required by a business concern to reflect clearly the operating results of the enterprise over its operating life. Students will also be introduced to generally accepted accounting principles,the interpretation and preparation of financial statements and how this information is recorded in the various business records.
|OLRN1725||Accounting Basics II
Description: In this second of the two introductory accounting courses, students will expand their understanding of accounting principles and concepts while covering specific topics including: capital assets, corporations' shareholders' equity, and bonds payable. Preparation of the Statements of Retained Earnings and Cash flows will also be covered. Finally, the students will expand their understanding of the role of financial statement users by studying financial statement analysis.
Description: You'll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You'll get hands-on experience with handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities, writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period. Ideal for anyone looking to gain an understanding of accounting basics.
Description: This course provides a review of basic arithmetic and algebra as well as providing students with mathematical tools and concepts needed for other college courses and in future employment. This course is to prepare students for later courses in Business, Finance and Accounting.
|MATH1020||Business Mathematics II
Description: This course provides the student a mathematical basis for financial decisions. Topics range from simple interest to sinking funds and Canadian mortgages and refinancing of loans. A Texas Instrument BAII 'Plus' financial calculator is required.
|ACCT1350||Cost and Managerial Accounting I
Description: This course introduces managerial accounting concepts and terminology including the elements of a job costing system, the application of cost-volume-profit analysis and the application of job order costing, process costing and activity based costing.
|ACCT1360||Cost and Managerial Accounting II
Description: This course examines the various approaches to the treatment of fixed manufacturing overhead on income statements, various approaches for measuring performance including use of segmented income statements, various methods of allocating service department costs and the costs of a joint processes, various methods of arriving at prices for products and services, the nature and importance of accounting for quality costs, and various methods of analyzing cost behavior.
|ACCT1020||Financial And Managerial Accounting
Description: This course is designed to teach human resources practitioners the financial and managerial accounting they require. The accounting dimension involved in the management of the human resources function itself will also be taught. Students should bring a calculator to the first class. Note: This course is an approved HRPA credit.
|OLRN2022||Intermediate Accounting II
Description: This course is designed to give students an understanding and solid foundation in financial reporting, with a focus on current assets, property, plant, and equipment. Revenue and expense recognition, cash, receivables, and inventory will also be covered.
|ACCT1030||Introductory Financial Accounting I
Description: This course introduces accounting terminology, the accounting equation, the double-entry system of bookkeeping, the accrual basis of accounting, financial statements, and the ledgers and journals making up a basic accounting system.
Description: During this practical workshop, participants will be introduced to the basic features of QuickBooks accounting software. Participants will be guided on how to perform daily accounting tasks necessary for the operation of a small- to medium-sized business: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll. The workshop is ideal for individuals who will be using QuickBooks for routine daily data entry.
Description: During this practical workshop, participants will be guided through some of the intermediate and advanced features of QuickBooks accounting software. Individuals who are self-employed or tasked with performing administrative and management functions using QuickBooks will benefit from this workshop. It is intended for those who already have a grasp on the basic functions of the software program. Areas of instruction will include banking reconciliations, inventory, payroll and reporting procedures, and other reports related to foreign currency and government remittances.
|ACCT1080||Quickbooks Level I
Description: This course is an introduction to QuickBooks 2016. Over the course of 6 modules, you will learn the how to make General Journal entries, enter payroll transactions; as well as enter Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable transactions and inventory transactions. We will also look at various reports used to analyze a business's financial activity.
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