This specialization covers theoretical and conceptual accounting matters and teaches you the accounting skills necessary to practice accounting in public sectors, commerce and industry sectors and Government, semi-government and non-profit organization. The course is widely recognized and valued and the vast majority of participants obtain positions within a short period of time.
You will have a basis for many vocational choices, including:
- Public practice: auditing, business advisory services, taxation, management consulting, insolvency and corporate (business) recovery, information technology, external reporting.
- Commerce and industry: management accounting, budget planning and control, taxation planning, information systems.
- Design, electronic data processing, financial management, internal auditing, policy formulation, strategic planning, team research, product planning and marketing.
- Government, semi-government and non-profit organizations: financial accountability, budgeting and performance. Measurement, accounting control systems, policy formulation, prices
- surveillance, cost/benefit analysis, cost/effectiveness analysis.
- Accounting in Action
- The Recording Process
- Adjusting the Accounts
- Completing the accounting cycle
- Accounting for merchandising operations Inventories
- Accounting Information Systems
- Fraud, Internal Control, and Cash
- Accounting for Receivables
- Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets
- Current Liabilities & Payroll Accounting
- Accounting for Partnerships
- Long Term Liabilities