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Corporate accounting

This course seeks to achieve two main objectives.

The first is preparing students to read financial statements — to draw out the essential message from them. The nature of financial statements is such that the more one focuses on the details, the more one loses the big picture. It's important to be able to grasp the key points quickly and accurately.

The second objective is having a knowledge of accounting needed to generate earnings. This course aims to teach students the four variables that allow for the control of profit and to prepare them to utilize those variables to improve profits.

Skills acquired

  • The ability to comprehend things read

    Students will become able to read the three types of financial statements: balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and cash flow statements.

  • The ability to discern business management conditions

    Students will learn the key points concerning their and other enterprises' business conditions and areas needing improvement.

  • The ability to propose plans

    By attaining proficiency with profit control, students will become able to draft their own suitable business plans.

Who stands
to benefit

  • Managers who feel incapable
    when it comes to accounting and finance
  • People who have never studied accounting
    or finance but who want a strong grounding
  • People working in new business development
    and people who support those individuals


1 Balance sheets and profit
and loss statements
1 Balance sheets and profit
and loss statements
1 Significance and structure of financial reports
2 Basic structure of balance sheets
3 Current assets and fixed assets
4 Current liabilities and fixed liabilities
5 Shareholders' equity (net assets)
6 Mock exercise problem 1
7 Basic structure of profit and loss statements
8 Cost of goods sold and gross profit
9 Selling, general, and administrative expenses (SG&A),
and operating profit
10 Examples of profit and loss statements
11 Mock exercise problem 2
2 Cash flow statements
2 Cash flow statements 12 Basic structure of cash flow statements
13 Cash flows from operating activities
14 Cash flows from investing and financing activities
15 Mock exercise problem 3
16 Free cash flows
17 How to read cash flow statements
18 Cash flow forecasting
3 Financial analysis
3 Financial analysis 19 Financial ratio analysis — Profitability indicators
20 Financial ratio analysis — Efficiency indicators
21 Financial ratio analysis — Cash cycle
22 Financial ratio analysis — Safety indicators
23 Financial ratio analysis — Return on equity analysis
24 To become able to read financial statements
25 Mock exercise problem 4

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