Learn the differences between nonprofit or governmental accounting and for-profit accounting, to ensure you know the latest reporting procedures. Keep up on current practices and feel confident you can tackle the increasing complexity of government and nonprofit accounting. Increase your potential for career advancement, and know your work can benefit others as well.
*Duration times can vary, talk to your advisor for more information.
Total Units 12 Units
Current governmental and nonprofit accounting practices, and methods appropriate for school districts, health care organizations, charities, and special districts, including water, transportation, and parks and recreation
How to evaluate key accounting and financial reporting procedures
Common accounting issues, regulatory requirements and taxation for nonprofits
Budgeting, including preparation, development, standards and approval process
Federal government accounting, analysis, auditing, and reporting procedures
Accounting issues surrounding colleges, universities and health care organizations
Prior to enrolling, please ensure that you meet the following minimum requirements:
High school education or equivalent
Directors and managers for government and nonprofit organizations
Accounting for Governmental and Nonprofit Organizations IIThis course expands on the basic concepts of governmental and nonprofit accounting, including financial reporting of state and local governments, analysis of governmental financial performance, auditing for government and nonprofit organizations, budgeting and costing of government services, federal government accounting and reporting, common accounting issues surrounding nonprofits, regulatory and taxation for nonprofits, accounting issues surrounding colleges, universities and health care organizations.