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1 Certificate program in Accounting Management Institute of Canada (MIC) Copyright 2008 Management Institute of Canada, Inc - Montreal

2 Introduction If you are interested in majoring in Accounting, there are many opportunities for an enriched career. Accounting is one of the most demanded occupations in the professional world. This intensive, 36 credit, 16 week Accounting Certificate Program is designed for non-accounting managers and professional seeking technical accounting skills to enhance their employability and advance their careers. The Certificate in Accounting is designed for students who wish to specialize in Accounting without completing an entire degree program, and provides advanced knowledge in key areas such as Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and Entrepreneurship Accounting. Such knowledge helps students meet their specific career and professional goals in Accounting, Finance, and Controllership. This program emphasizes the use, as well as the preparation, of Accounting information, providing an efficient way to acquire the technical accounting knowledge typical of an undergraduate accounting major. Examples are presented throughout the courses reflecting a variety of for-profit and non-profit scenarios. Organization of Certificate program This program is designed to be done over four months, with one course delivered each month. Each course represents 36 hours divided in four weeks of 9 hours, each including audio lectures, written material supporting the course, homework, and preparation for the final examination. This certificate program is equivalent of 12 semester credits for those wishing to integrate with other programs. Each course represents 3 credits (three semester units). Courses comprising this program The Accounting certificate program includes the following courses: Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 2

3 Courses Credits Cert-Acc-001 Principles of Accounting I 3 Cert-Acc-002 Principles of Accounting 2 3 Cer-Acc-003 Managerial Accounting. 3 Cer-Acc-004 Entrepreneurial Accounting 3 TOTAL 12 MIC Grading system Grade Explanation A+ 90%+ A 85% -89% Exceeding Expectations A- 80% - 84% B+ 75% - 79% Meeting Expectations B 70% - 74% C+ 65% - 69% Pass Failure to meet minimum F < 65% standards Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 3

4 Beginning and completing a certificate program The Marketing certificate program starts according to the following program: Certificate program in Marketing Starting date in 2008 February March April May June July August September October November December Finishing date May June July August September October November December Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Registration Procedure To apply for this certificate program please send us the following documents: 1. Application: Submit a completed application form for admission to the program (available Online and in this catalog) 2. Most recent Resume: Including your full mail and address and telephone number, and details of your latest work experience. Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 4

5 3. A copy of your most recent university degree. For those applying online, a local notary should certify this copy. You should have graduated from a recognized university. Students can send their files by mail or to COURSE DESCRIPTION Cert-Acc-001 Principles of Accounting I (3 credits - 36 hours) This introductory course is designed to give students an overall picture of the accounting cycle. The main topics include: basic financial accounting concepts according to the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB); recording of selected business transactions; preparation of annual accounts and annual reports; introduction to financial statement analysis. The objective of the course is to give students a basic knowledge of accounting theory and practice, including fundamental accounting concepts, double-entry bookkeeping, and financial statement analysis. After this course, students will be able to understand and account for common business transactions, and be prepared for the second part of the course where they learn to prepare and analyze the annual accounts of a company. Principles of Accounting I course (synopsis) Accounting principles Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 5

6 Rules of double-entry accounting The accounting cycle Relationships between general-purpose financial statements Valuation of accounts and notes receivable Valuation of inventories Initial costs of plant assets Depreciation Liabilities Investments Capital Cash and stock dividends Treasury stock Purchase and sale of merchandise Revenue and cost apportionments Cash control Division of profits and losses in partnership accounting Cash flow analysis References: Business Accounting vol. 1,.Wood, Frank & Sangster, Alan, Pearson Education Ltd, 10th edition, 2005 Accounting, Carl S. Warren, James M. Reeve, and Jonathan Duchac, South- Western College Pub; 22 edition, Principles of Accounting, Belverd E. Needles, Marian Powers, Susan Crosson, Houghton Mifflin Company; 10 edition, Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 6

7 Cert-Acc-002: Principles of Accounting II (3 credits - 36 hours) Part two of Principles of Accounting provides students with a deeper understanding of the role of accounting information in business. The objective of this course is to familiarize students with more sophisticated accounting concepts and terminology, preparation, use, and analysis of accounting data and financial reports issued for both internal and external purposes. Through this course students will also investigate the application of accounting techniques to simple problem situations involving computations, and the rationale for generally accepted accounting principles and procedures. This course will provide a thorough understanding of the role of accounting information in business. The focus on business financing and investing throughout the management planning, performance, and evaluation cycles will open the door to understanding the world of business and provide insights on how businesses invest and finance their investments. Principles of Accounting II course (synopsis) Current liabilities and payroll Accounting Corporations: Paid-in Capital and the Balance Sheet Retained Earnings, Treasury Stock, and the Income statement Long-term Liabilities Accounting for partnerships Corporations organization and capital stock transactions Corporations dividends, retained earnings and income reporting Long-term liabilities Investments Investments and International Operations Financial Statement Analysis Statement of Cash Flows Job Costing Process Costing Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 7

8 Cost-Volumes-Profit Analysis Budgeting, including the Cash Budget References: Accounting Principles, Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, and Paul D. Kimmel, Wiley Publisher, 8 edition, Fundamental Accounting Principles, McGraw-Hill Companies, 18Rev Ed edition, Accounting Principles, Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, and Paul D. Kimmel, Wiley publishing, 7th Edition, Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 8

9 Cer-Acc-003) Managerial Accounting. (3 credits - 36 hours) This course examines the principles, techniques, and uses of accounting in the planning and control of business organizations from a management perspective. The main concepts include the budgeting process and related performance evaluation techniques, cost-volume-profit relationship, product costing methods, Just-In-Time (JIT) manufacturing, and Activity Based Costing (ABC). The objective of this course is to enable students to: Understand how managers use and analyze managerial accounting information and analysis to make strategic or tactical decisions. Prepare an operating budget and understand where and how to acquire the necessary information. Perform time value of money analysis using discounted cash flow techniques. Interpret and explain the difference between net present value, internal rate of return and payback. Analyze a capital budget request. Professionally and effectively collaborate with peers (co-workers) and communicate with instructor (manager). Managerial Accounting course (synopsis) Introduction to Management Accounting Concepts Costs in a Manufacturing Firm Relevant Cost Analysis Long-Run Decision Making Cost Accounting Systems Activity-Based Costing and Cost Allocation Budgets and Standard Cost Systems; Analysis of Variances Activity-Based Costing; Capacity Costs and Seasonality Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 9

10 Decentralization and Performance Measurement Transfer Pricing I Transfer Pricing II Review, Unfinished Topics References: 1. Managerial Accounting, Ray H Garrison, Eric Noreen, and Peter C. Brewer McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 12 edition, Managerial Accounting, Ronald W.Hilton, McGraw-Hill/Irwin publishing; 7 edition, Financial & Managerial Accounting, Carl S. Warren and James M. Reeve, South- Western College Pub; 9 edition, Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 10

11 Cert-ACC-004) Entrepreneurial Accounting (3 credits 36 hours) The content of this course includes master budgeting, profit planning, sources of finance, financial accounting, budget analysis and performance control with financial and non financial measures. Special attention will be assigned to management control systems in entrepreneurial firms. In these enterprises, renewal is often an important factor of the business strategy and the growth rate may be extremely high. They are often operating in dynamic environments characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. This has important implications pertaining to the way a company should be managed and controlled, with particular focus on the accounting and finance issues that must be addressed to assist businesses to meet their objectives of growth, preparation for a public offering, retirement of owners, etc. After this course the student will be able to plan, follow up and evaluate economic activities of an entrepreneurial firm. Other important topics are development of incomes, cash flow and capital. Entrepreneurial Accounting course (synopsis) Business pressures and trends "Reading" a Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Understanding Working Capital Managing Cash Flow Revenue and Costs Budgeting Managing Budget Variances Capital Budgeting and Investment Introducing Discounted Cash Flow, Net Present Value and the Cost of Capital Managing Costs Cost Benefit Analysis Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 11

12 The Cash Flow Report and the "Value Added" Statement References: 1. Entrepreneurial Finance, Chris Leach and Ronald W. Melicher, South-Western College Pub; Third edition, Entrepreneurial Finance, Philip J. Adelman and Alan M. Marks, Prentice Hall; 4 edition, Financial Accounting: A Business Process Approach, Jane L. L. Reimers, Prentice Hall, * * * MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE OF CANADA A Private Institution in Higher Education Montreal (Canada), Paris (France), Amsterdam (The Netherlands), and Dubai (UAE) MIC Admissions: 2015 Drummond Street, # 920, Montreal, Qc, H3G 1W7, Canada Mailing address: PO Box 71, Succ : B, Montreal, Qc, H3B 3J5, Canada Telephone: and , Fax: Business Department: BBA and MBA Programs Continuing Education Department: Certificate in Accounting, Marketing, Management and Software Engineering Certificate program in Accounting - MIC 12

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