Accounting for Non-Accountants

MGMT X 429

A course for non-accounting managers in organizations of all sizes who must work with and understand internal accounting/financial data - without the detailed mechanics and technical language.

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What you can learn.

  • Understand what accounting and financial information systems can and should provide
  • Gain knowledge and skills to interpret reports and evaluate their impact
  • Review the financial and managerial accounting process including accounting for sales, cost of sales and inventory, cash and internal control, depreciation methods, financial statement analysis, and cash flow

About this course:

This course is designed for non-accounting managers and personnel in organizations of all sizes who must work with, and understand, internal accounting/financial data--without overemphasizing the detailed mechanics and technical language of accounting. It is also appropriate for entrepreneurs and business owners who desire a greater understanding of what accounting and financial information systems can and should be supplying to them. Students gain the knowledge and skills necessary for interpreting reported accounting data and evaluating its impact, including an overview of the financial and managerial accounting process. Topics include fundamental accounting, accounting for sales, cost of sales and inventory, cash and internal control, depreciation method, financial statement analysis, and cash flow.

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