Provides a practical overview of the principles and foundation of accounting as relevant to the heritage industry. Heritage industry practitioners work in a wide variety of environments ranging from consulting to tourism. In addition to area-specific experience and education, successful practitioners require an understanding of finance that includes accounting, project life cycles, critical consumption and management of capital, and basic tax planning. Explore accounting and finance best practices for private, non-profit, and governmental heritage-related businesses. Active learners will engage industry-specific case studies and apply methods of financial management, analysis, and planning to solve real-world problems.
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This class will be conducted in English and, thus, students must be proficient in reading and writing in English. Students must have a Bachelor’s degree in a heritage discipline, be working for a heritage organization, or be a graduate student in a heritage discipline degree program.