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1 Enroll at uclaextension.edu or call (800) Business, Management & Legal Programs 19 BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & LEGAL PROGRAMS 20 Accounting & Internal Audit 26 Business Economics, Math & Statistics 28 Business Ethics 29 Business Sustainability 29 Communication Skills 30 Credit Analysis & Management 31 Entrepreneurship 33 Small Business Management & Technology 34 Finance & Investments 38 Financial Literacy 39 Fundraising & Nonprofit Management 41 Emergency Management & Homeland Security 43 Enterprise Risk Management 43 Human Resources Management & Organizational Development 47 International Trade & Commerce 49 Leadership & Management 49 Legal Programs 51 Marketing & Advertising 54 Personal Financial Planning 57 Public Relations 60 Real Estate 62 Restaurant Management 62 Wine Education & Management 63 Taxation Are You Completing Your Certificate? To take part in Extension s 2016 Graduation Ceremony in June, you must be officially enrolled in your desired certificate by February 13, 2016 and have completed your program between Fall 2015 and Summer If you meet the above criteria log in to My Extension and click on Certificate Completion/ Graduation to declare your completion and save your spot for graduation. Knowledge. Connections. Growth. Business, Management, and Legal Programs offers more than 350 courses, conferences, and seminars annually and is home to more than 50 professional certificates designed for working professionals and recent college grads who are seeking professional development in the dynamic world of business. Through our commitment to academic excellence, professionals can acquire the skills and knowledge they need to face a world of competition and continual change. We offer onsite and online courses that are designed to meet the needs of today s adult learners and accommodate their busy lifestyles. Courses Our courses are designed to meet the needs of business professionals at all levels, including those who want to update their skills, change careers, or prepare for industry certifications and exams. Courses are held predominantly on the UCLA campus as well as at our Lindbrook Center and 1010 Westwood sites, in downtown Los Angeles, and at locations throughout the Southland. A growing list of courses are also offered online. Many of our courses may be applied for continuing education credit, including relicensure credit for CPAs (CPE) and attorneys (MCLE); recertification credit for human resources professionals; as well as continuing education credit for insurance licensees, CFP pro fessionals, and real estate profes sionals (OREA). Conferences Conferences currently are offered in the fields of taxation and the restaurant industry, and feature lectures and panel discussions by industry leaders. These one-day events are scheduled at major hotels, on the UCLA Campus, and other off-site locations throughout Los Angeles. Certificates Certificates are designed to provide the tools and resources for competing in the current and future business environment. Our programs integrate a balance of theory and practice as needed for a particular discipline. Certi ficates vary in length but gen erally can be completed in nine months to five years, depending on the student s progress and the number of courses taken each quarter. Students interested in enrolling in or learning more about a certificate may set up an appointment with a student advisor. For admissions and application information for business and management certificates visit uclaextension.edu/bmlp. Custom-Designed and On-Site Programs Courses can be custom-designed to meet an organization s specific training needs and delivered directly on-site, here in Los Angeles, or anywhere in the world. For more information call (310) Internships Internships are available to students who are enrolled in and have completed a minimum of five courses in select certificates. For more information see page 28. Instructors UCLA Extension instructors are industry experts, leaders, and professionals from both corporate and educational communities who have extensive hands-on, practical experience as well as educational credentials. If you re interested in becoming an instructor call (310) for more information and an application.

2 20 Business, Management & Legal Programs Enroll at uclaextension.edu or call (800) Join Us at Our Free Events Paralegal Training Program (PTP) Information Session (For the Fall and Winter Programs) Saturday, Aug 22, 10am-12pm UCLA Extension DTLA Enroll by using Reg# CA For more information, call (310) or Credit Analysis and Management Information Session Sat, Aug 22, 10am-12pm Westwood: Extension Gayley Center Enroll by using Reg# CA For more information call (310) or Emergency Management and Homeland Security Information Session Sat, Aug 29, 10am-12pm Westwood: Extension Gayley Center Enroll by using Reg# CA For more information call (310) or Daytime Accelerated Courses Ideal for students who have limited time and want to challenge themselves, the Department of Business, Management, and Legal Programs now offers courses in an intensive daytime, accelerated format. Classes are held between 9am-5pm and will be completed in six weeks or less. These courses can be taken individually or applied to a certificate program. uclaextension.edu/generalbusiness Preparing for an L.A.-Area Real Estate Career Sat, Sep 12, 10am-12:30pm Westwood: Extension Gayley Center Enroll by using Reg# CA For more information call (310) or Accounting and Finance Information Session Wed, Sep 16, 6:30-8:30pm Westwood: Extension Lindbrook Center Enroll by using Reg# CA For more information call (310) or Courses offered in this format: Leadership Communication Strategies Page 49. Creating a New Business Page 32. Global Marketing and Strategy Page 52. Brand Management Page 54. Accounting & Internal Audit For more information call (310) or Students who plan to become accountants in public accounting or private industry and who are preparing for the CPA examination are advised to enroll in the Accounting Certificate. Students are advised to complete X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting (or equivalent courses) before enrolling in the certificate since these are prerequisites for many courses in the curriculum. Students who plan to pursue career opportunities in internal auditing and who are preparing for the CIA examination are advised to enroll in the Internal Audit Certificate. Students are advised to complete X 120A, X 120B and X 120C Intermediate Accounting (or equivalent courses) before enrolling in the certificate since these are prerequisites for many courses in the curriculum. EEPrinciples of Accounting X 1A Management 4 units c This course is the first in a two-course Principles of Accounting sequence and provides an introduction to accounting theory, principles, and practice. Instruction covers the uses, communication, and processing of accounting information, as well as the recording, analyzing, and summarizing of procedures used in preparing balance sheets and income statements. Additional topics include accounting for purchases and sales, receivables and payables, cash and inventories, plant and equipment, depreciation and natural resources, intangible assets, and payrolls. Sole proprietorships and partnerships also are examined. Recommended course for students planning to enroll in the Accounting, Finance, or Taxation Certificates. Required course in the Business Fundamentals and Business Administration Certificates. Text: Accounting Principles (12th ed.) by Weygandt, Kieso, and Kimmel (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). Internet access required to retrieve course materials. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 2250 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Leon Garman, MS, recipient, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award, Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $ B UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Leon Garman, MS, recipient, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award, Reg# CA Through Aug 26: $559 / After: $615 Westwood: 131 Extension Gayley Center, Sat 8:30am-4:30pm, Sep 26-Oct 24, 5 mtgs Accelerated section: Read chapters 1-3 before the first class. Mark E. Frohnauer, CPA, MBA, owner, Frohnauer & Associates. EEPrinciples of Accounting X 1B Management 4 units c The second in a two-course Principles of Accounting sequence, this course covers corporations, analysis and interpretation of financial statements, and statements of cash flows, as well as examining accounting for operations of departments and manufacturing. Additional topics include cost accounting systems and variable costing, budgeting as an aid to planning and control, authorization and issuance of capital stock, reporting the results of operations, bonds payable, income taxes, and business decisions. Prerequisite: X 1A Principles of Accounting. Recommended course for students planning to enroll in the Accounting, Finance, or Taxation Certificates. Required course in the Business Fundamentals and Business Administration Certificates. Text: Accounting Principles (11th edition) by Weygandt, Kieso, and Kimmel (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). Internet access required to retrieve course materials. & Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 1246 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Philippe Masbanji, BS, CPA Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $559 / After: $ B UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 9, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 2 mtgs to be arranged) Paul V. Anderson, MBA, Associate Professor, Azusa Pacific University Reg# CA Through Oct 7: $559 / After: $615 Westwood: 131 Extension Gayley Center, Sat 8:30am-4:30pm, Nov 7-Dec 12, 5 mtgs (no mtg 11/28) Accelerated section: Read chapters before the first class. Mark E. Frohnauer, CPA, MBA, owner, Frohnauer & Associates. EEIntermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 120A Management 4 units c This is the first part in the three-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and covers the interpretation, use, processing, and presentation of accounting information and the preparation of principal accounting statements. Topics include an overview of the conceptual framework of accounting, valuation, recording, and presentation of the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. Students are introduced to time value of money concepts, as well as accounting for cash, receivables, and the first part of inventories. Prerequisite: X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting, or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $ B UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Kendall L. Simmonds, MBA Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 1425 Physics & Astronomy Bldg. Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 9, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 2 mtgs to be arranged) Anthony A. Hurwitz, CPA, MBA, Associate, PAR Commercial Brokerage, Inc. EEIntermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 120B Management 4 units c This course is the second in a three-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and begins with the second part of inventory accounting, and then covers accounting for long-term assets and intangibles, current and long-term liabilities, and stockholders equity. Prerequisite: X 120A Intermediate Accounting Theory and

3 Enroll at uclaextension.edu or call (800) Business, Management & Legal Programs 21 Practice or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 2317 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Gary L. Krausz, MAcc, CPA, Accounting Manager, Gursey, Schneider & Co. LLP. Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $ UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Chee-Sum Tan, MBA, FCCA, CPA, CFA, ABV, Controller/ Accounting Manager, Union Bank of California. EEIntermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 120C Management 4 units c This is the third part in the 3-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and covers complex accounting issues such as accounting for investments, revenue recognition, pension plans, leases, accounting for income taxes, accounting changes, preparation of the statements of cash flows, and an overview of financial statement analysis. Prerequisite: X 120B Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 24: $559 / After: $ B UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Thu 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 24-Dec 10, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/26; 1 mtg to be arranged) Kendall L. Simmonds, MBA Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 1434A Physics & Astronomy Bldg. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Terrence A. Lucero, MS, Terrence A. Lucero, CPA, A Professional Corporation. EEAdvanced Accounting Theory and Practice X 124A Management 4 units c This course examines intercompany transactions, partially owned subsidiaries, and parent company vs. entity theory valuation of minority interest in subsidiaries. Topics include business combinations; purchase vs. pooling of interests; accounting for mergers, consolidations, and acquisition of subsidiaries; cost vs. equity method of accounting for operations of subsidiaries; preparation of financial statements; and home office and branch office relationships. Prerequisite: X 120A, B, and C Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice and X 422 Management Accounting, or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 2434 Physics & Astronomy Bldg. Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 9, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 2 mtgs to be arranged) Sam E. Boutari, MSc, PhD, Consultant, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award. EEAdvanced Accounting Theory and Practice X 124B Management 4 units c This course examines partnerships and joint ventures; installment and consignment sales; receiverships, estates, and trusts; and governmental units. International operations, including accounting for transactions with foreign companies, use of foreign exchange contracts to hedge against foreign currency fluctuations, and translation of accounts of foreign subsidiaries and branches, are also covered. Prerequisite: X 124A Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 2434 Physics & Astronomy Bldg. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Sam E. Boutari, MSc, PhD, Consultant, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award. EEFederal Income Taxation X 127 Management 4 units c 39.5 hours of MCLE credit available. Prerequisite: X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting, or consent of instructor. Core course in the Taxation Certificate. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. Internet access required to retrieve course materials. For more information see page 64. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $635 / After: $ B UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 14 mtgs (2 mtgs to be arranged) Nidal B. Ramadan, CPA, MBA, Internal Revenue Agent. Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $635 / After: $695 UCLA: 175 Dodd Hall Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 16, 14 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 3 mtgs to be arranged) Morton D. Rosenthal, JD, attorney. EEAccounting and Enterprise Business Systems X Management 4 units This course, which takes place in a computer lab, covers the features and functions of Enterprise Business Software, often referred to as ERP Systems or Automated Accounting packages. The course covers the basic structure of these packages, order-to-cash process, procure-to-pay process, and financial management process. Instruction includes the following modules: general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, order entry, inventory, purchasing and executive information. The course touches briefly on manufacturing issues. Other topics include different approaches to automating accounting, database design, operating procedures, and internal controls. Participants learn several tips on the selection and implementation of e-business software, including contract negotiations issues, and are provided hands-on computer experience with various high-end accounting packages. Prerequisite: X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting, or consent of instructor. Enrollment limited to 27 students. Internet access required to retrieve course materials. Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $615 / After: $675 Westwood: 219 UCLA Extension Bldg. Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 9, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 2 mtgs to be arranged) Jerald M. Savin, BA, CPA, CEO, Cambridge Technology Consulting Group. EEManagement Accounting X 422 Management 4 units Formerly numbered XL 122. This course covers the nature, objectives, and procedures of cost accounting and control. Topics include job costing and process costing, joint product costing, standard costs, theories of cost allocation and absorption, uses of cost accounting data for management decision making, accounting for manufacturing overhead, cost budgeting, cost reports, distribution costs, standard costs, differential cost analysis, profit-volume relationships, and break-even analysis. Designed for people who are preparing for careers in accounting or those currently in production planning, materiel control, production control, program management, pricing, and/or purchasing. Prerequisite: X 1B Principles of Accounting Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 2434 Physics & Astronomy Bldg. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Sam E. Boutari, MSc, PhD, Consultant, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award. Accounting Certificate Recognized by employers throughout Los Angeles and beyond, UCLA Extension s Accounting Certificate equips students with a thorough understanding of accounting stan dards and principles. The certificate is primarily designed for students who are preparing to sit for the CPA Examination, as well as providing relevant course work for students considering the CMA, CIA, and CFA certifications. To meet the busy schedules of working professionals, students have the flexibility to complete their courses through traditional, classroom ses sions held during the evening or through our online, instructor-led format. Students are advised to complete X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting (or equivalent courses) prior to enrolling in the certificate. Group A: Nine Required Accounting Courses All students must complete all nine accounting courses in Group A for a total of 36 quarter units as well as the Business Ethics requirement. X 120A Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 120B Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 120C Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice X 422 Management Accounting X 124A Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice X 124B Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice X 127 Federal Income Taxation X 423 Auditing: Financial X Internal Auditing Ethics Requirement X Ethics in Accounting May be taken at any time during the program. Group B: Business-Related Electives An addi tional 36 quarter units of electives may be acquired through accredited businessrelated courses pre vious ly taken and approved by the certificate program advisor and/or those listed under Group B. Therefore, the number of electives taken from Group B ranges from 0-9 courses, depend ing upon a review of each student s official university/college transcript. Visit uclaextension.edu/acctg for a complete list of suggested Group B business-related electives. (310) ucalextension.edu/accounting Candidacy Fee An application for candidacy and a nonrefundable fee of $175 must be submitted by the completion of the second course to officially enroll in this program under its current curriculum. uclaextension.edu/bamcert CPA Designation The California State Board of Accountancy recognizes UCLA Extension s Certificate in Accounting as a program that satisfies the educational require ments for becoming a Certified Public Accountant. To sit for the CPA examination, candidates must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and have completed 36 quarter units of accounting courses and 36 quarter units of business-related courses. For more infor ma tion, including new CPA licensing requirements beginning in 2014, contact the California Board of Accountancy at (916) or or dca.ca.gov/cba. Candidates outside of California should check for specific rules that apply to each state or jurisdiction at nasba.org. Becker CPA Review This comprehensive review program prepares students for all parts of the CPA Examination. For more information, including a complete course schedule and enrollment restrictions, see page 25. For more information about the Becker CPA Review visit BeckerCPA.com. Attend the Accounting & Finance FREE Information Session on Sep 16! Page 20.

4 22 Business, Management & Legal Programs Enroll at uclaextension.edu or call (800) Internal Audit Certificate The Internal Audit Certificate is designed to meet the market s demand for qualified internal auditors, and is ideal for internal audit managers and staff who want to expand their current career prospects, as well as for individuals who are considering a career transition into the field. The program s curriculum provides the educational coursework needed to prepare fully for the globally recognized Certified Internal Auditor (CIA ) certification as well as the CFE, CISA, CGAP, and CFSA credentials. You have the option to complete your courses through traditional classroom sessions held during the evenings or in instructor-led online courses. Students are advised to complete Intermediate Accounting X 120A, X 120B, and X 120C (or equivalent courses) prior to enrolling in the certificate. Required Core Courses: X Internal Auditing X 423 Auditing: Financial X Ethics in Accounting X Forensic Accounting X Information Technology (IT) Auditing X Internal Auditing Capstone Elective Courses: (Any 4 from the following) X Governmental Auditing and Performance Measurement X Contemporary Governance Issues and Resources X 422 Management Accounting X 190 Management Theory, Policy, and Process X Financial Controls of Operations X 130A Basic Managerial Finance X Internship in Accounting CIA Exam Review (may count for up to 2 electives) (310) uclaextension.edu/accounting Candidacy Fee An application for candidacy and a nonrefundable fee of $175 must be submitted by the completion of the second course to officially enroll in this program under its current curriculum. CIA Certification The Certified Internal Auditor is the only globally accepted designation for internal auditors and is the standard by which internal auditing professionals demonstrate their knowledge and competence. For more information on earning the CIA certification, contact the Institute of Internal Auditors at (407) or visit theiia.org. CIA Review Program Offered in collaboration with the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), this review prepares students for the CIA exam and is taught by experienced instructors using The IIA CIA Learning System materials. Attend the Accounting & Finance FREE Information Session on Sep 16! Page 20. EEAuditing: Financial X 423 Management 4 units hours of MCLE credit available. This course examines the auditing principles governing the responsibilities of certified public accountants in their examination of clients financial statements. Professional ethics, legal liability, internal control, evaluation, sampling techniques, and audit reports, as well as a study of the statements on auditing standards issued by the American Institute of CPAs, are discussed. Instruction emphasizes verification of the major items reported in clients statements, audit programs, and case studies. Prerequisite: X 120A, B, and C Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice, or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $599 / After: $659 El Camino College: Location to be announced Mon 6:30-9:45pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Reg# CA Through Aug 24: $599 / After: $659 UCLA: 2284 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Thu 6:30-9:45pm, Sep 24-Dec 10, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/26; 1 mtg to be arranged) Ross K. Reghabi, PhD, MBA, JD, Attorney, Law Offices of Samuel, Shafie & Samuel. EENonprofit Accounting X Management 4 units Nonprofit organizations represent one of the fastestgrowing sectors of our economy. This fact makes it increasingly important for auditors, managers, and CPAs in public, private, and nonprofit firms to understand how nonprofits measure financial performance and how they differ from for-profit organizations. This course examines the core principles and practices of nonprofit accounting. It also summarizes the accounting requirements and practices of specific types of nonprofit organizations, including hospitals, colleges and universities, health and welfare organizations, and organizations both nonprofit and for-profit that receive government assistance in the form of contracts, guaranties, grants, or assistance that may be subject to federal audit requirements. Other topics include the general characteristics and operational environment of nonprofit organizations; applying generally accepted standards and principles; and financial statements, audit guides, and recent changes in nonprofit accounting and reporting rules. Prerequisite: X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting or relevant experience in the nonprofit sector or consent of instructor. Businessrelated elective in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 21: $559 / After: $ UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Mon 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 21-Dec 7, 12 mtgs Trevor Smith, BA, MBA, Vice President of Finance, Center for Autism and Related Disorders. EEInternal Auditing X Management 4 units This course introduces students to the internal audit profession and the internal audit process and is designed for accounting, auditing, and business students; CPAs, CIAs, and CMAs or candidates; controllers and internal auditors; financial and auditing managers; corporate executives; and federal and state auditors and managers. Topics include the definition of internal auditing, the IIA s International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF), risk, governance and control issues, and conducting internal audit engagements, including report writing and interviewing skills. Additional topics include Internal Auditing (IA) standards; internal controls; managing the IA department; IA working papers, procedures, evidences, sampling, and flowcharting; 30 major areas of operational auditing, such as production, marketing, finances, EDP, purchasing, and personnel; fraud detection, including a discussion of the latest developments in financial crimes; major areas of management auditing; IA reports; and evaluation of the IA function. Prerequisite: X 120A, B, and C Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice, or consent of instructor. Required course in the Accounting Certificate and the Internal Audit Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 24: $559 / After: $ UCLA Extension DTLA, 261 S. Figueroa St. Thu 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 24-Dec 10, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/26; 1 mtg to be arranged) Sam E. Boutari, MSc, PhD, Consultant, UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award. EEInternational Accounting X Management 4 units This course is designed for students of accounting and international business professionals who are working for public accounting firms, corporations, and other enterprises engaged in international business, as well as governmental institutions and international organizations. Instruction covers a broad range of accounting challenges faced by multinational enterprises, including the transition from GAAP to IFRS, the ways different countries perceive and interpret certain accounting topics, and the rationale for how to deal with them. Case studies illustrate the specific day-to-day accounting issues that are encountered in international business operations. Prerequisite: X 1A and X 1B Principles of Accounting, or consent of instructor. Business-related elective in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 29: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 1264 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Tue 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 29-Dec 8, 12 mtgs (1 mtg to be arranged) Dewey Norton, MA, CMA, MBA EEInternship in Accounting X Management 4 units The internship provides practical experience in a variety of accounting job functions within public accounting, private industry, or the nonprofit environment, and is an opportunity to apply the material previously studied in your accounting courses. Students intern with sponsoring companies for a minimum of 120 hours and must secure their internship assignment before enrolling. Business-related elective in the Accounting Certificate. International students must contact the International Student Office at (310) to confirm eligibility. Restricted course; Web enrollments automatically generate a Permission to Enroll request, after which our advisor will contact you. Restricted to students enrolled in the Accounting Certificate or Internal Audit Certificate and who have completed a minimum of five courses in their program. Visitors not permitted. Reg# CA Fee: $615 Philippe Masbanji, BS, CPA EEForensic Accounting X Management 4 units This course is an introduction to the exciting field of forensic accounting and the role it plays in both preventing fraud from occurring and discovering fraud after it has occurred. Students are introduced to many opportunities in the field of accounting and fraud detection in the private sector, public accounting, and government. Topics include complex financial investigations, compliance and financial audits, money laundering, net worth analysis, the psychology of white collar crime, financial statement fraud, and more. Guest lecturers from diverse fields describe their careers in the field of accounting/forensic accounting by presenting realworld cases and investigations. Prerequisite: X 423 Auditing: Financial and X Internal Auditing or consent of instructor. Business-related elective in the Accounting Certificate. & Reg# CA Through Aug 30: $559 / After: $615 UCLA: 1337 School of Public Affairs Bldg. Wed 6:30-9:30pm, Sep 30-Dec 9, 12 mtgs (no mtg 11/11; 2 mtgs to be arranged) Daniel Ryan, MSA, BSBA, District Director, U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

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