This course is designed to give students an introduction to financial accounting and reporting concepts, including an overview of the accounting cycle, financial statements, related disclosures, and the ethical responsibility of accountants in business.Students will be expected to demonstrate proficiency in applying technical concepts to selected homework problems.Its main focus is on small business double entry accounting and basic financial statement analysis.Upon completion of this course the student should be able to understand and apply basic accounting principles, complete financial transaction analysis, utilize double-entry cash accounting methods, value non-current assets, create an income statement; statement of owner equity; balance sheet; and statement of cash flows, and complete a basic financial analysis.Click on a course to see details about the course on top and compare it to others.This Course List is meant to provide students with general information regarding available online courses.Students will also discover the power in proper delegation, planning, personal mastery, team learning, and how to create share vision among group members.
Student will be introduced to reflection journaling, helping the student make deep personal and applied connection to the course material at hand.
Students will learn how to construct and analyze enterprise budgets, simple financial statements and perform fundamental feasibility analysis by applying microeconomic principles.
Agribusiness managers regularly make decisions that are more complex in price and output risks.
An opportunity for students to leave the online classroom environment and practice the concepts of the courses in the Agribusiness Certificate through experiences in working with or for a professional operation.
Students will identify a business or operation that they are interested in working with that will allow them to practice agribusiness management concepts on a day to day basis.