Expands on the learner's ability to set up and manage a company chart of accounts, record purchases and process sales in QuickBooks Online. Learners will manage customer, vendor and employee records. Learners will expand upon their base knowledge of QuickBooks Online by performing investing and financing activities, payroll, budgets and banking activities. The learner will enter adjusting entries, produce financial statements and other year-end reports to close the books at year-end. Through a simulation project, the learner will check for reporting accuracy and correct common mistakes to ensure accurate financial reporting through the use of an Accounting Information System.
Establishes an opportunity for students to participate on a multi disciplinary team in order to solve a corporate innovation challenge. The student team will develop a strategic plan for the specified business's innovation challenge. Students work with the business and facilitator to complete a project to the parameters identified by the employer. This skills accelerator course will teach collaboration, communication, and critical thinking through the exercises in customer discovery, ideation, product development, business models, and sales to develop the skills necessary for the careers of tomorrow.
Introduces the Federal and Wisconsin Income Tax laws by preparing tax returns and researching tax issues related to personal and business returns. Explores taxable and non-taxable income, filing status, dependent/exemptions deductions, adjustments to income, and various credits that can offset taxes due.
Introduces the learner to cultural, political, legal, and economic forces and basic concepts of trade, tariffs, exchange rates, capital markets. Learners will develop the fundamentals for establishing international business enterprises, including trade and investment theory. Learners examine effects of government intervention and aid and the role of social and economic aid organizations such as the UN, EU, IMF and World Bank.
Prepares the learner to analyze financial performance from a managerial perspective. Learners will examine capital budget investments, compare capital structures, prepare a master budget, prepare standard costs, develop a working capital management strategy, and explore implementing sustainability into business practices.