Special Accounting

COMPLETE PREPARATION

overview

An introduction to financial accounting concepts and the communication of financial information to external users. Examines the accounting process, transaction analysis, asset and equity accounting, financial statement preparation and analysis, and related topics. Before enrolling in ACCT 2301, it is advisable to 1) have taken the equivalent of ACNT 1403 or BUSI 1301; or 2) have recently taken high school bookkeeping; or 3) have acquired relevant work experience. Although not required, the equivalent of MATH 1324 provides a good foundation for ACCT 2301. Basic computer skills utilizing word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software are recommended for all accounting courses. If you have any questions, consult with an accounting advisor.

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Class Schedule

Mon to Thu - morning & eveninig batches Available

One to One or Group

Both possibilities are available

Dues

Rs.18000/-

Completion Certificate

Yes! completion certificate will be provided at the end of the course.

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Course Details

Principles of Accounting I – Financial
An introduction to financial accounting concepts and the communication of financial information to external users. Examines the accounting process, transaction analysis, asset and equity accounting, financial statement preparation and analysis, and related topics. Before enrolling in ACCT 2301, it is advisable to 1) have taken the equivalent of ACNT 1403 or BUSI 1301; or 2) have recently taken high school bookkeeping; or 3) have acquired relevant work experience. Although not required, the equivalent of MATH 1324 provides a good foundation for ACCT 2301. Basic computer skills utilizing word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software are recommended for all accounting courses. If you have any questions, consult with an accounting advisor.

 Principles of Accounting II – Managerial
Introduction to communicating accounting information to internal users (enterprise managers). A study of the fundamentals of managerial accounting. Emphasis on accounting for a manufacturing concern, budgeting, planning, management decision making, and analysis of financial reports. Topics also include cost behavior and control, product cost accumulation and pricing, and responsibility accounting.

Introduction to Accounting I — Non-Business Majors
A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized (QuickBooks) setting. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle, preparing basic financial statements, bank reconciliations, payroll and basic small business income tax issues.

Introduction to Computerized Accounting
Introduction to utilizing the computer in maintaining accounting records, making management decisions, and processing common business applications with primary emphasis on a general ledger package (QuickBooks). Develops further skills in maintaining accounting records, provides in-depth exposure to accounts receivable/accounts payable, payroll and inventory modules.

Principles of Accounting I
Introduction to utilizing the computer in maintaining accounting records, making management decisions, and processing common business applications with primary emphasis on a general ledger package (QuickBooks). Develops further skills in maintaining accounting records, provides in-depth exposure to accounts receivable/accounts payable, payroll and inventory modules.

Payroll and Business Tax Accounting
A study of payroll tax procedures, taxing entities, and reporting requirements of local, state and federal taxing authorities in a manual and computerized environment.

Federal Income Tax: Individual
Basic instruction in the tax laws as currently implemented by the Internal Revenue Service, providing a working knowledge of preparing taxes for individuals. Emphasis on federal income tax law; individual income, exclusions, deductions, credits, gains, etc.; and incorporating these concepts into individual tax filing requirements. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Federal Income Tax for Partnerships and Corporations
Introduction to the tax laws as currently implemented by the Internal Revenue Service providing a working knowledge of applying and interpreting federal tax law for, as well as preparing taxes for, partnerships, S Corporations, and corporations. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Accounting Ethics
This course will serve as a general introduction to professional ethics in the accounting and business environments. We will discuss the fundamental ethical issues of business and society, the roles and responsibilities of accounting and auditing professionals, ethical behavior by management, and legal and professional guidelines that address the ethical concerns of society. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

 Business Applications in Accounting
Overview of accounting information system and accounting cycle, financial statement preparation and time value of money applications. Introduction to research and writing for accountants. Instructional program chair approval is needed.
Accounting Theory
This course is a survey of current financial accounting theory. The purpose of the course is to develop accounting thought that can be applied to the practical understanding of the financial reporting process, the accounting profession, and the controversial role of accounting in today’s dynamic business environment. Major course topics include the nature of accounting theory; the historical development of accounting, the FASB’s Conceptual Framework project; and the influence of standard setting agencies on the economic consequences of financial reporting. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Special Topics in Accounting
Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Fraud Examination – Course will provide an overview of how and why occupational fraud is committed, the principles and methodologies of prevention, detection and investigation of fraud using accounting, auditing and investigative skills.

Internal Auditing: Principles and Techniques – An introduction to principles and techniques commonly used in the practice of internal auditing. Course will provide a solid foundation in internal audit theory and applications, and introduce students to official pronouncements of the Institute of Internal Auditors.

– Special Topics in Accounting Technician
Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. Includes an examination of current accounting trends and topics in business and industry. Course may be repeated for credit when topics vary. Examples include industry-specific subjects such as mortgage banking, real estate, insurance and fund accounting.

Basic Income Tax Preparation – This course will provide elementary coverage of both individual and business federal income taxation. Specific attention is given to actual preparation of basic federal income tax returns using tax preparation software. Major topics include: The Individual Income Tax; Credits and Special Taxes; Accounting Periods, Methods, and Depreciation; Capital Gains and Losses; Partnership Taxation; and The Corporate Income Tax. Tax preparation software will be utilized in completing simulated tax returns.

 Special Topics in Taxation
Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Tax Research – Tax research which includes extensive on-line research. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

Introduction to Accounting I
A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment (Peachtree). Emphasizes an understanding of the complete accounting cycle, preparation of basic financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.

Introduction to Accounting II
A continuation of the first course with emphasis on merchandising transactions, notes payable and receivable, valuation of receivables and equipment, and valuation of inventories in a manual and computerized environment; continued mastery of accounting software (Peachtree).

Industry Accounting
A study of accounting procedures and operational issues facing accountants in industry. Topics include fixed asset and inventory accounting, an introduction to manufacturing, job costing and budgeting.

Intermediate Accounting I
Critical analysis of generally accepted accounting principles, concepts, and theory underlying the preparation of financial statements. Emphasis on current theory and practice. An intense study of accounting standards and principles used by accounting professionals for disclosing accounting information related to enterprise assets. Examines professional accounting pronouncements for measuring, recording, and reporting of asset values. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Intermediate Accounting II
Continued in-depth analysis of the accounting standards and principles for preparing financial statements; recording, analyzing, and disclosing accounting information related to liabilities, owners’ equities, funds flow; comparative analysis; and related topics. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Cost Accounting
A study of budgeting and cost control systems including a detailed study of manufacturing cost accounts and reports, job order costing, and process costing. Includes introduction to alternative costing methods such as activity-based and just-in-time costing. Reviews planning of profit, cost, sales, cost and profit analysis, profit performance, and measurements. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
Basic concepts and techniques of fund accounting, financial reporting for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Accounting cycle for funds and account groups and related financial statements.

Internal Control and Auditing
A study of internal control and auditing standards and processes used by internal auditors, managers, and independent public accountants. Includes responsibilities of auditors, development of audit programs, accumulation of audit evidence and reporting.

Accounting Information Systems
A study of the role of accounting information systems and related subsystems including data collection, retrieval, manipulation, filtering, and sorting of data.

Advanced Accounting
Methods of measuring and communicating economic information, including consolidated statements, partnerships, foreign operations, segment reporting. Instructional program chair approval is needed.

Small Business Accounting
A review of accounting procedures relevant to accounting for small businesses, with an emphasis on computerized applications (QuickBooks) and hands-on familiarity. Areas to be addressed include a variety of small business simulations covering the entire accounting cycle. Business simulations include revenue and expense transactions, various account adjustments, payroll and sales tax processing and related financial, federal and state tax reporting.

Advanced Theory and Problems in Accounting
As a capstone experience, students use case studies, database research and group projects to apply knowledge obtained in previous financial accounting courses. Research-oriented case studies incorporate governmental, internal control, accounting information systems and financial accounting issues Department Chair approval required

Financial Statement Analysis
A study of the process of evaluating financial statements and reporting. In addition to analytic techniques, topics include prospective analysis of the enterprise, business valuation, current reporting trends and issues, SEC reporting, segment reporting and full disclosure. Department Chair approval required

Advanced Auditing Concepts and Applications
Application of complex accounting principles in an audit environment. Using authoritative literature for research, case studies address application of changes in accounting principles, balancing client service with ethics/independence, and applying professional judgment to complex auditing and financial reporting issues. Control exposure in systems, operational and program audits and computer applications are integrated into this course. Offered in Spring.

Governmental Auditing and Nonprofit Accounting
Governmental auditing concepts and procedures, including the Yellow Book and Single Audit Act. Accounting for non-profit entities, federal government, public schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, water districts, rural electrification coops, and others. Case studies are integrated into the course.

Advanced Cost Accounting
Accounting related to the use of cost data for making managerial decisions. Includes budgeting, responsibility accounting, cost-volume-profit analysis, transfer pricing, statistical methods, and planning capital expenditures. Case studies and computer applications are integrated into the course.

Internship – Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping
An experience external to the college for an advanced student in a specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, the student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and that are directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. A student will work a minimum of 12 hours per week at an accounting job approved by the Accounting Internship Advisor. Additionally, students will meet with an Accounting Instructor for one hour per week to review the students’ progress and discuss related issues.

Internship — Accounting
An experience external to the college for an advanced student in a specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, the student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and that are directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. A student will work a minimum of 12 hours per week at an accounting job approved by the Accounting Internship Advisor. Additionally, students will meet with an Accounting Instructor for one hour per week to review the students’ progress and discuss related issues.