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To become capable of managing finances, we must first begin at the most basic arithmetic. Our Accounting Curricula includes this basic education up through:

  • Financial Accounting Principles
  • Managerial Accounting Principles
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Auditing Principles
  • Taxation Principles

That being said, the basic courses of this curriculum act as prerequisites for math courses which are part of the S.T.E.M. curricula.


  Introduction to Accounting
  Accounting Principles and Concepts
  Double-Entry Accounting
  Financial Statements
  Accounting for Assets
  Accounting for Liabilities
  Accounting for Equity
  Financial Analysis
  Managerial Accounting
  Cost Accounting
  Tax Accounting


  Introduction to Budgeting
  Types of Budgets
  Budgeting Principles
  Developing a Budget
  Budgeting Process
  Budgeting Techniques
  Budget Variance Analysis
  Monitoring and Controlling Budgets
  Budgeting for Projects
  Capital Budgeting
  Forecasting Techniques
  Rolling Budgets
  Zero-Based Budgeting

Additional Topics:

  Ledger Creation
  Mutual Funds
  Credit Unions
  Tax Mitigation

Mutual Funds & Credit Unions

Mutual Funds:

  Introduction to mutual funds and their structure
  Types of mutual funds: equity, debt, balanced
  Understanding risk and return
  Choosing the right mutual fund
  Investing in mutual funds: SIP, lumpsum, etc.
  Monitoring and managing mutual fund investments

Credit Unions:

  Introduction to credit unions and their structure
  Credit union vs. traditional bank
  Types of credit unions: community, corporate, trade
  Membership and eligibility requirements
  Products and services offered: savings, loans, insurance, etc.
  Managing finances with credit unions
  Case studies and success stories of credit unions
tkonr/church/college/accounting.txt · Last modified: 2023/05/24 02:14 by greyheart