Accounting and Auditing Accounting and Finance for Business Analysis

Accounting and Finance for Business Analysis

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Credit Hours: 15.5
  • Credit Type: Accounting

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Description

This course covers what everything business people and managers need to know about accounting and finance. It is directed toward the businessperson who must have financial and accounting knowledge but has not had formal training in finance or accounting-perhaps a newly promoted middle manager or a marketing manager of a small company who must know some basic finance concepts. The entrepreneur or sole proprietor also needs this knowledge; he or she may have brilliant product ideas, but not the slightest idea about financing. The goal of the course is to provide a working knowledge of the fundamentals of finance and accounting that can be applied, regardless of the firm size, in the real world. It gives nonfinancial managers the understanding they need to function effectively with their colleagues in finance.

Course Topics:

  • Essentials of Accounting and Finance
  • Contribution Analysis
  • Relevant Cost and Making Short-Term Decisions
  • Managing Accounts Receivable and Credit
  • Types of Cost Data and Cost Analysis
  • Break-Even and Cost-Volume Profit Analysis
  • Forecasting Cash Needs and Budgeting
  • Managing Financial Assets
  • Managing Inventory

Objectives:
1. Discuss the non-financial manager's concern with finance
2. Explain the scope and role of finance.
3. Articulate and detail the importance of finance.
4. List and define the responsibilities of financial managers.
5. Distinguish between accounting and finance.
6. Characterize and identify the financial and operating environments.
7. Discuss the importance of cost data.
8. List and describe the types of costs.
9. Describe other cost concepts used for planning, control, and decision making.
10. Explain the concept of cost behavior.
11. Outline how to segregate fixed cost and variable cost.
12. Discuss and detail cost allocation.
13. Outline and compute the factors in cost analysis.
14. Explain contribution analysis.
15. Describe how to price a special order.
16. Detail how to determine a bid price.
17. Explain how to determine profit from year to year.
18. Discuss the utilization of limited capacity.

Delivery Method: Online Self-Study

Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Subject Area: Accounting

Passing Score: 70%

NASBA: Yes QAS Self Study

Prerequisites: Basic Math, Basic Statistics, Basic Accounting

Author: Delta Publishing

ABOUT THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT:
Dr. Jae K. Shim is Professor of Business at California State University, Long Beach,
California. Dr. Shim received his MBA and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley (Haas School of Business.) He has co-authored over 50 professional business books and has been a consultant to commercial and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years.

 

 

Course Objectives

1. Discuss the non-financial manager's concern with finance
2. Explain the scope and role of finance.
3. Articulate and detail the importance of finance.
4. List and define the responsibilities of financial managers.
5. Distinguish between accounting and finance.
6. Characterize and identify the financial and operating environments.
7. Discuss the importance of cost data.
8. List and describe the types of costs.
9. Describe other cost concepts used for planning, control, and decision making.
10. Explain the concept of cost behavior.
11. Outline how to segregate fixed cost and variable cost.
12. Discuss and detail cost allocation.
13. Outline and compute the factors in cost analysis.
14. Explain contribution analysis.
15. Describe how to price a special order.
16. Detail how to determine a bid price.
17. Explain how to determine profit from year to year.
18. Discuss the utilization of limited capacity.

 

Topics Covered

  • Essentials of Accounting and Finance
  • Contribution Analysis
  • Relevant Cost and Making Short-Term Decisions
  • Managing Accounts Receivable and Credit
  • Types of Cost Data and Cost Analysis
  • Break-Even and Cost-Volume Profit Analysis
  • Forecasting Cash Needs and Budgeting
  • Managing Financial Assets
  • Managing Inventory
 

Regulatory Information

Accounting and Finance for Business Analysis - National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)

  • Name:
  • National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
  • Phone:
  • 615-880-4200
  • Fax:
  • 615-880-4290
  • Website URL:
  • http://nasba.org/
  • Email Address:
  • [email protected]
  • Address:
  • NASBA
  • City:
  • Nashville
  • State:
  • TN
  • Zip:
  • 37219-2417
 

Subject Matter Expert

Dr. Jae K. Shim is Professor of Business at California State University, Long Beach,
California. Dr. Shim received his MBA and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley (Haas School of Business.) He has co-authored over 50 professional business books and has been a consultant to commercial and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years.

 

Exams

Upon successful completion of your QAS Self Study CPA CPE course, your certificate of completion will be available in your profile.

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