About this course

Expand your skills with the world-renowned accounting and finance systems of Improve professional skills to grow your degree and take the next step in your career. Our tutors will help you to develop valuable technical skills with a variety of modules including Business Maths, Cost Accounting, Audit, British Tax System and Financial Reporting. In your final year, you will complete a research and dissertation module to give you the opportunity to use your skills.

The financial crisis has shown that, now more than ever, organizations and executives need real corporate financial expertise. The study introduces analytical strategies for analyzing personal and business decisions and financial decisions, including the context and context in which these decisions are made. Students learn financial jargon and basic concepts, policies, tools, and financial strategies such as financial time, risk and recovery, financial statements analysis, security measurements, and budgeting. The idea is to develop a broader awareness of the financial sector and its role in increasing the value of the organization. No matter what your future choices, this course will help you to make your own financial decisions such as investing in the stock market or buying a house.


Content List of this course

  1. Personal Financial Planning
    1. Individual or “Micro” Factors That Affect Financial Thinking
    2. Systemic or “Macro” Factors That Affect Financial Thinking
    3. The Planning Process
    4. Financial Planning Professionals
  2. Basic Ideas of Finance
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Income and Expenses
    3. Assets
    4. Debt and Equity
    5. Income and Risk
  3. Financial Statements
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Accounting and Financial Statements
    3. Comparing and Analyzing Financial Statements
    4. Accounting Software: An Overview
  4. Evaluating Choices: Time, Risk, and Value
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. The Time Value of Money
    3. Calculating the Relationship of Time and Value
    4. Valuing a Series of Cash Flows
    5. Using Financial Statements to Evaluate Financial Choices
    6. Evaluating Risk
  5. Financial Plans: Budgets
    1. The Budget Process
    2. Creating the Comprehensive Budget
    3. The Cash Budget and Other Specialized Budgets
    4. Budget Variances
    5. Budgets, Financial Statements, and Financial Decisions
  6. Taxes and Tax Planning
    1. Sources of Taxation and Kinds of Taxes
    2. The U.S. Federal Income Tax Process
    3. Record Keeping, Preparation, and Filing
    4. Taxes and Financial Planning
  7. Financial Management
    1. Cash
    2. Savings
    3. Credit
    4. An Introduction to Debt
  8. Consumer Strategies
  9. Consumer Purchases
    1. Identify the Product and the Market
    2. Identify the Financing
    3. Purchasing and Owning Your Home
  10. Personal Risk Management: Insurance
    1. Insuring Your Property
    2. Insuring Your Health
    3. Insuring Your Income
  11. Personal Risk Management: Retirement and Estate Planning
    1. Retirement Planning: Projecting Needs
    2. Retirement Planning: Ways to Save
    3. Estate Planning
  12. Investing
  13. Investment Planning
  14. Measuring Return and Risk
  15. Behavioral Finance and Market Behavior
    1. Investor Behavior
    2. Market Behavior
    3. Extreme Market Behavior
    4. Behavioral Finance and Investment Strategies
  16. The Practice of Investment
    1. Investment Information
    2. Investing and Trading
    3. Ethics and Regulation
    4. Investing Internationally: Risks and Regulations
  17. Owning Stocks
    1. Stocks and Stock Markets
    2. Stock Value
    3. Common Measures of Value
    4. Equity Strategies
  18. Owning Bonds
    1. Bonds and Bond Markets
    2. Bond Value
    3. Bond Strategies
  19. Investing in Mutual Funds, Commodities, Real Estate, and Collectibles
    1. Mutual Funds
    2. Real Estate Investments
    3. Commodities and Collectibles
  20. Career Planning


Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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