Diploma in Financial Management

MLC College – Graduate Diploma Programs



Course outline:

 
1. Introduction to Financial Accounting

  • Accounting- Get Started
  • Adjusting the Accounts
  • Completion of Accounting Cycle
  • Internal Control and Cash
  • Financial Statement Analysis

2. Introduction to Financial Management

  • Introduction of financial Management
  • Basic Concepts of Financial Management
  • Financial Assets
  • Financial Planning and Working Capital Management

3. Core Concept of Accounting

  • Revising the Fundamentals
  • The Quick books System
  • Managing Business by Quick books-I
  • Managing Business by Quick books-2
  • Banking and credit card transactions

4. Managerial Finance

  • Introduction to Managerial Finance
  • Financial Analysis and planning
  • Short term Financial Management
  • Long Term Financial Management
  • Special Topics

5. Accounting, Assurance and the Law

  • An introduction to the Assurance Services
  • Professional Ethics
  • echnology
  • Method
  • Attestation Engagement, Compliance and Internal Auditing

6. Public Sector Accounting

  • Introduction of Public Sector Economics
  • Public Goods and Externalities
  • Analysis
  • The Budget
  • Introduction to Taxation

7. Organizational Behaviour

  • Organizational behaviour today
  • Individual Behaviour and Performance
  • Group Dynamics and teamwork
  • Leadership and organizational processes
  • Organizational Structure and Design

8. Intermediate Financial Accounting

  • The accounting information system
  • Income Statements and related information
  • Intangible Assets
  • Accounting for Income Taxes
  • Accounting and the Time value of Money

9. Taxation

  • Fundamentals of Tax Planning
  • The measurement of Taxable Income
  • The Taxation of Business Income
  • The Individual Taxpayer
  • The Tax Compliance Process

10.Finance for Managers

  • Financial Analysis
  • Accounting Concepts Revised and Taxes
  • Financing Operation & Growth, Money & Capital Markets
  • Practical Tools for Management Decisions
  • The Time value of Money

11.Enterprise Risk Management –I

  • Risk Management in Context
  • The Enterprise Risk management (ERM) Framework
  • Data and Technology
  • Risk management Applications
  • Further Readings

12.Enterprise Risk Management –II SOX

  • Introduction
  • Internal Controls
  • Implementing SOX
  • SOX- an IT perspective
  • Opportunities created by SOX

13.Case Study – Finance

  • Financial Analysis and Planning
  • Working Capital Management
  • Capital Investment Decisions
  • Valuation and Cost of Capital
  • Interesting Issues

N. B :

The college is approved by Ministry of Training Education and Universities, Ontario, Canada andfollows the PCC guidelines to register domestic and international students.

The course content is subject to change based on updates from time to time. For more detailsconsult admissions coordinator at info@mlccollege.com or contact the college.

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