Government and Nonprofit

A study of the specialized accounting principles applicable to state and local governments and other non-profit organizations

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Course Description

A study of the specialized accounting principles applicable to state and local governments and other non-profit organizations, with an emphasis on fund accounting principles used in the recording of assets, liabilities, equity, revenues and expenditures. Also covers the analysis and interpretation of financial statements of such governmental and nonprofit entities.

What you'll learn

  • Understand the techniques that can be used to monitor a budget, such as variance analysis
  • Understand how to control a budget, regardless of the constraints
  • Understand key terms around budgeting in a non profit environment, such as commitment accounting, projecting outturns, etc.
  • Manage budgets of all kinds, large or small – including revenue and capital budgets
  • Understand the importance of financial management reports; their content, purpose and usefulness

Course Dates

Government and Nonprofit online course

$650.00

Length

7.5 weeks

Location

online

Credits

3 Semester hours

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