Learn how to help organisations compete more successfully through better strategy and financial management, in the UK or internationally. Upon approval, a confirmation letter will be mailed to you outlining your program of study. Topics include accounting as an information system; introduction to accounting theory; income measure; traditional record keeping; the accounting cycle; special journals; cash and financial statements. Emphasis is on maximum use of pre-programmed calculator and practical applications from the field of Financial Management. Please submit an Application for Program Approval to BCIT Student Records for processing.
Topics include consumer and commercial credit, simple and compound interest, financial instruments and discounting, annuities, mortgages, loans, sinking funds, leases, depreciation methods, capitalized costs, cash flow analysis, NPV and IRR. This course provides an understanding of computer terminology, operating systems, and the most popular office software used in business. Study a course to provide you with the relevant skills to pursue a career in business with an accounting and finance focus.
Presents both traditional and contemporary perspectives of modern management examining management and management roles in teams, projects, departments and the organization as a whole. Topics include determining credit risk, credit instruments and collateral security, types of consumer credit and credit cards, sources of consumer credit information, collections, credit department management. Students will gain technological skills that will enable them to interpret accounting information and gain confidence in communicating the outputs to various system users. A good honours degree (2:2 or higher) or equivalent qualification in a non-finance field.
The need for, and the role of an integrated enterprise system will be discussed, to enable students to understand the information flow from the source entry to accounting records. The fraud and internal control issues will be discussed and will cover the following areas: Top management entity-level IT controls, Application level controls and IT general controls. These reports combine the last three years of available results for the 2012-2014 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2011-2013 graduates and for Degree 2010-2012 graduates.
Continues from OPMT 1197 by introducing computer software to perform basic descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and includes additional quantitative models such as decision-trees, multiple regression and the fundamentals of linear programming. The first part of this module introduces students to the main theories and practice of financial management within organisations.