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Accounting

Financial Accounting Fundamentals - ONLINE

This four-week online course introduces students to basic accounting processes and principles. The course is also excellent for those wanting to brush up on their general financial accounting skills. It focuses on the structure, format, and meaning of financial statements; the role of users of financial statements; debits and credits system, and liabilities and payables transactions. Financial Accounting Fundamentals also serves as preparation for applicants of RRU's Graduate and Undergraduate programs.
$295.00

Managerial Accounting Fundamentals - ONLINE

This four-week online course introduces students to the fundamental principles of managerial accounting. At the end of the course, you will be able to understand the basic principles of managerial accounting, relevant costs and their use in decision-making, the applicability of cost allocations, budgets, and benchmark plans. Managerial Accounting Fundamentals also serves as preparation for applicants of RRU's Graduate and Undergraduate programs.
$295.00

Principles of Accounting - ONLINE

This course is structured to prepare students for graduate work in accounting. The course explains accounting concepts and conventions without the use of debits and credits while emphasizing the importance of financial statements and managerial decision-making. The course demonstrates the methods of recording, summarizing, and analyzing an economic entity's financial transactions and explores the different ways of effectively communicating financial information to both internal users, such as management and external users, such as investors and creditors of financial information.
$595.00

Survey of Financial Accounting

This is the prep course appropriate for entry into the BBA and will introduce students to the core principles and conventions of financial accounting. Student will work through the activities of the four mostly used financial statements: The Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, the Retained Earnings statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows.