Accounting and Financial Management

Accounting and Auditing

Course Overview

n Accounting and Financial Management course typically focuses on teaching students the key concepts and principles of financial accounting and financial management. This may include topics such as financial statements and financial reporting, budgeting and cost management, financial analysis and forecasting, and financial management. Additionally, the course may also cover topics such as corporate finance, investments, financial markets and institutions, and risk management. The goal of the course is to provide students with a solid understanding of the financial and accounting principles that are necessary for effective financial management and decision making in organizations. The course content will be a combination of theoretical and applied aspect where students will learn to analyze financial statements and use financial tools to make informed business decisions.

Course Objectives

  • Understanding the key concepts and principles of financial accounting and financial management.

  • Ability to analyze and interpret financial statements and use financial tools to make informed business decisions.

  • Understanding of budgeting and cost management, financial analysis and forecasting, and financial management.

  • Knowledge of corporate finance, investments, financial markets and institutions, and risk management.

  • Ability to apply theoretical concepts to real-world situations and use financial data to make strategic business decisions.

  • Develop the skills necessary for financial planning, analysis, and control in an organizational setting.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with financial stakeholders, such as investors, managers, and analysts.

  • Exposure to the latest trends and developments in the field of accounting and financial management.

  • Develop critical thinking and problem solving skills in the context of financial decision making.

  • Ability to use specialized software and tools used in accounting and financial management.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to financial accounting:
    • Basic concepts and principles of financial accounting
    • The accounting equation
    • Double-entry accounting
    • The accounting cycle
    • Financial statements and financial reporting
  1. Financial analysis and forecasting:
    • Ratio analysis
    • Cash flow analysis
    • Budgeting and cost management
    • Forecasting techniques
  1. Corporate finance and investments:
    • Time value of money
    • Capital budgeting
    • Cost of capital
    • Capital structure
    • Dividend policy
  1. Financial markets and institutions:
    • Types of financial markets
    • Securities markets
    • Financial intermediaries
    • Central banks and monetary policy
  1. Risk management and insurance:
    • Types of risk
    • Hedging and diversification
    • Insurance
  1. International finance:
    • Exchange rates
    • International trade and investment
    • Balance of payments
    • Foreign exchange risk management
  1. Taxation and tax planning:
    • Taxation principles
    • Tax planning and tax minimization strategies
    • Taxation of business entities
    • Taxation of investments
  1. Special topics in accounting and financial management:
    • Financial statement analysis
    • Working capital management
    • Corporate governance
    • Behavioral finance
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