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: We're not offering this class right now, but we will again in the future. Please bookmark this page and check back for updates, or sign up for our email list to receive news on upcoming classes. Thank you!
- Total Number of Hours: 55
- Where: Broadway Edison Bldg - Room 3167 | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
- Fee: $713
- 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.