Introduction to Financial Accounting Module
About This Program
This course covers various essential topics such as financial statement preparation, income statements, balance sheets, and short and long-term assets and liabilities. Furthermore, the course focuses on providing a profound understanding of shareholders’ equity within the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) framework. Through the use of an academic voice, the course strives to instill a solid foundation in accounting principles, equipping with the expertise and precision necessary to navigate the complexities of financial accounting.
What will you learn:
- Explore the significance, applications, ethical considerations, and societal obligations associated with accounting while also gaining proficiency in discerning the content and objectives of financial statements.
- Illustrate the accounting cycle, comprehensively defining accounts, their purpose, and their correlation to the ledger. Elucidate the concepts of debits and credits, elucidating the impact of transactions and methods for recording them, and proficiently constructing both trial and adjusted trial balances.
- Prepare and elucidate adjusting entries for prepaid expenses, depreciation, unearned, and accrued revenues, fostering a comprehensive understanding of their implications and effects on financial statements.
- Compute the current and debt-to-equity ratios, shedding light on their implications for a company’s financial state while explaining the insights they provide into its overall financial condition.
- 30% Homework
- 30% Quizzes
These will test your comprehension of the course material.
- 40% Knowledge Assessments
One for each week of the course.
5 weeks at 20 hours per week.
All courses are taught in English.
Apply your new knowledge and skills to a career in Canada.
World-class textbooks are available with no extra cost.
Module credits can be put towards a future Diploma or MicroDiploma program.
Fundamental Accounting Principles
Fundamental Accounting Principles is highly regarded for its student-centred content, strong teaching methods, and innovative technology. Author Kermit Larson emphasizes student success at its core, streamlining complex accounting processes and helping students build confidence by mastering key concepts and procedures. Canadian authors Heidi Dieckmann and John Harris present accounting principles concepts in a clear, relevant, and technically accurate manner. Developed based on evolving market needs, Larson supports both accounting and non-accounting students to be career ready.
Kermit Larson: The Arthur Andersen & Co. Alumni Professor of Accounting Emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin. He served as chair of the University of Texas, Department of Accounting, and was visiting associate professor at Tulane University. His scholarly articles have been published in a variety of journals, including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accountancy, and Abacus. He is the author of several books, including Financial Accounting and Fundamentals of Financial and Managerial Accounting, both published by Irwin/McGraw-Hill. Professor Larson is a member of the American Accounting Association, the Texas Society of CPAs, and the American Institute of CPAs
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Introduction to Financial Accounting Module
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Cost Effective: Because we are online, there is no need to obtain a student visa or incur the financial or emotional costs associated with relocating to Canada for your studies.
Career-Focused Knowledge: Graduate prepared to enter the job market that corresponds to your field of study and ready to meet employer needs.
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