Accounting 11 examines the: ethics, purpose, principles, equation, accounting cycle, procedures, analyzing, decisions and best practices of financial accounting.

Students can expect walk-through lessons and practice exercises, cumulating with students successfully following all the steps in the accounting cycle to produce financial statements for a corporation using spreadsheet software.

Accounting 12 examines what it takes to be in a management accounting position and explores: payroll, inventory, specialized journals & ledgers, internal controls, investments, and the Cash Flow Statement, all used in managerial accounting.

Practical application of the skills learned in Accounting 11 are used in Accounting 12 to mimic real-life accounting policies, and to examine a company’s standing in the market. There is an opportunity to test out an active accounting program, at no cost, if students choose to fully engage in the course

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