In this continuation of Applied Accounting – Level 1, you will learn how to use a computerized accounting system to do the following:
- Complex business situations in a corporate setting
- Focusing on plant and equipment
- Short- and long-term liabilities
- Formation of partnerships and corporations bond financing
- Cash flows and present value concepts in accordance with GAAP
- Financial statement analysis with ratio and trend analysis
- Internal audits and budgets
This is a Hybrid course, which means it’s comprised of a blend of on campus sessions and online learning.
- Describe depreciation methods, fixed asset needs in a corporate setting
- Manage the short and long term liabilities of a partnership or corporation
- Compare the various financing options, equity vs. debt
- Conduct financial statement analysis, including ratio and trend analysis
- Complete a Master Budget
- Implement Internal Audit procedures to maintain accurate accounting data
- This is the second class in our Small Business Accounting Certificate class; upon completion of the certificate program, you’ll be prepared to take the Certified Bookkeeper exam
Who Should Take this Class?
- Students who have completed Applied Accounting – Level 1
- Small business owners that are interested in improving their knowledge of basic accounting
- Professionals seeking entry-level bookkeeping or accounting positions in a small business or for an entrepreneur
- Instructor: Staff, Seattle Central
- When: 11 Thursdays | 4/6/17 - 6/15/17 | 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
- Total Number of Hours: 55
- Where: Broadway Edison Bldg - Room 3167 | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
- Fee: $713 | Note: Introductory pricing of $423 is available to all students who enroll in the Small Business Certificate Program beginning in Winter 2017.
- Additional Notes: Additional hybrid course fees required. Computer lab fee is included in tuition. This is part of our Small Business Accounting Certificate. It's available through Continuing Education as a non-credit certificate program, or as part of Seattle Central's Business Technology Management program.