Corporate Finance and Accounting Courses Online


corporate finance and accounting courses 


Regularly $1,850

 Course Delivery  Online
 Number of Courses  7 Courses, 49 Units
 Certificate/Diploma  Yes with Final Score
 Availability  Now Available

Earn a Diploma from a New York State Licensed and US Accredited school

Finance and accounting are at the heart of every business. These functions deal with recording, summarizing, and analyzing financial information across all departments for decision making, directing, and controlling their resources and activities. Every activity or non-activity in an organization has financial implications and financial acumen is expected at every organizational level.

The corporate finance and accounting online courses give professionals and functional managers in every department and functional area a certain amount of comfort and familiarity with the basic accounting and financial concepts, processes and practices so that they can use it to better manage and control their activities and make decisions that support organization’s larger goals.

Corporate Finance and Accounting Online – Course Listing

Finance and Accounting Essentials for Non-Financial Professionals               
Principles of Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Professionals
Cash Flow Management Essentials for Non-Financial Professionals
The Time Value of Money and Investment Decisions for Non-Financial Professionals
The Essentials of Budgeting for Non–financial Professionals
Financial Statements for Non-Financial Professionals
Analyzing Financial Statements for Non-Financial Professionals
Business Impact Series – Increasing Cash Flow in Times of Need
Business Impact Series – Attracting New Investors – Keeping Presentations Focused
Business Impact Series – What’s Your Gross Profit Margin Really Saying?
Business Impact Series – Recognizing the Value of Intangible Assets
Business Impact Series – Recession: How it Affects Business
Business Impact Series – Assessing Nonrecurring Items in Income Statements
Business Impact Series – The Time Value of Money: Possible Pitfalls
Business Challenge Series – Depreciation Methods
Business Challenge Series – Using Financial Analysis for Credit Decisions

Accounting Fundamentals               
Basic Accounting Principles and Framework
The Accounting Equation and Financial Statements
The Accounting Cycle and Accrual Accounting
Accounting Transactions and Books of Account
Trial Balance & Adjusting Entries
The Income Statement
The Balance Sheet
The Cash Flow Statement
Accounting for Companies’ Stock Transactions and Dividends
Business Impact Series – Outsourcing Financial Activities
Business Impact Series – Accounting for Sales Returns
Business Impact Series – Deconstructing the Balance Sheet
TestPrep Exam – Final Exam: Accounting Fundamentals

Budgeting Essentials               
Organizational Budgeting Activities and the Master Budget
Planning and Preparing an Operating Budget
Preparing Operating Budgets and the Cash Budget
Using Budgets for Management and Control
TestPrep Exam – Final Exam: Budgeting Essentials

Auditing Essentials                
Introduction to Auditing
Auditing for Internal Control and Risk Assessment
Auditing the Revenue Cycle
Auditing for Cash and Inventories
Business Impact Series – Using Audits to Help Prevent Business Fraud
Business Challenge Series – Establishing the Role of the Audit Department
TestPrep Exam – Final Exam: Auditing Essentials

Capital Budgeting Essentials               
Capital Budgeting: The Capital Budgeting Process
Capital Budgeting: Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return
Capital Budgeting: Discounted Payback Period and Profitability Index
Capital Budgeting: Capital Allocation
TestPrep Exam – Final Exam: Capital Budgeting Essentials

Accounting for Non-Financial Professionals               
Basic Accounting Concepts for Non-Financial Professionals
Basic Budgeting for Non-Financial Professionals
Comprehending Financials: A Guide to Financial Statements
Financial Statement Analysis for Non-Financial Professionals

Accounting Basics               
Key Accounting Concepts and Principles
Recording, Posting, and Balancing the Books
Preparing Financial Statements and Closing Accounts
Accounting for Stock Transactions