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Programa - O que você aprenderá com este curso

Semana
1
3 horas para concluir

Why Do We Have Accounting and How Can You Make it Work for You?

Every organized society needs information about its activities and accomplishments. Accounting was created to fulfill this need. In this module we will explore how accounting was designed to meet the needs of decision makers and what this means to you as a user of accounting information. We will discuss the concept behind accrual accounting including introducing the two primary accrual accounting financial statements - the balance sheet and income statement. This module will discuss the purpose and goal of those financial statements, but we will save your experience in creating those statements until module two. In lesson two of this module, we will explore some basic bookkeeping tools that will get you ready to create a set of financial statements. The material in this module is likely to take less than a week, but we will make up for it in module two....
10 vídeos (total de (Total 95 mín.) min), 7 leituras, 4 testes
10 videos
Welcome14min
Why Do We Have Accounting?10min
What is Accrual Accounting?8min
What is a Balance Sheet?9min
What is an Income Statement?8min
Comparing the Two Statements6min
Transactions to Financial Statements4min
Journal Entries10min
T-Accounts15min
Using T-Accounts for Account Analysis6min
7 leituras
The Structure of the Course10min
The Syllabus10min
Help us learn more about you!10min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson One2min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Two3min
Notice for Auditing Learners: Assignment Submission10min
Transactions for quiz10min
4 exercícios práticos
Overview Material12min
Transactions and Journal Entries10min
T-Accounts and Other Ways to Post6min
Module One Test18min
Semana
2
4 horas para concluir

The Accounting Cycle and Bookkeeping: Foundational Tools for a Deeper Understanding

In this module we will create a set of accrual accounting financial statements. We will use that experience to walk you through the accounting cycle - which is the process by which accounting captures and aggregates all of the transactions in the period into a set of financial statements. We will examine each step in the accounting cycle using a comprehensive example of a start up wholesale book retailer. You will learn how the steps combine to create the statements. In addition to the comprehensive example we will do together, there will be plenty of chances to practice each step yourself. This module ends with a chance for you to build your own set of financial statements for a start up company. Fair warning: in my opinion this is the least exciting material covered in any accounting class (including this one). It is the basic bookkeeping process, not the interesting part of building an understanding of the business. But just as you need to learn basic addition and subtraction before you can master the math to design a beautiful building, you also need to learn basic bookkeeping as a foundation for the more interesting accounting. ...
7 vídeos (total de (Total 81 mín.) min), 6 leituras, 5 testes
7 videos
Comprehensive Example Set Up4min
Recording Externally Prompted Transactions23min
Recording Adjusting Journal Entries10min
Recording Closing Journal Entries9min
Making an Income Statement7min
Making a Balance Sheet11min
6 leituras
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Three3min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Four3min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Five3min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Six5min
Instructions for Quiz10min
Transactions to be Used for the Quiz10min
5 exercícios práticos
Quiz on Introduction to the Accounting Cycle6min
Transaction Entries25min
Adjusting and Closing Journal Entries10min
Quiz Financial Statements6min
Accounting Cycle Comprehensive Quiz30min
Semana
3
3 horas para concluir

Revenue, Accounts Receivable, Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold

In the last module we took an overview perspective to get a sense of the structure of financial statements. For the next three modules we are going to delve into the details of specific items on the accrual financial statements. We will work through the most common items on the balance sheet and income statement to develop an understanding of those items. While we will consider specific items, we will also be building a thought process that we can apply to any future accounting items - even if they are topics that we do not cover in this course. That will allow you to confidently use accounting for years to come, regardless of changes in items or in the specific accounting rules. There are two lessons in this module. The first will cover revenue and the related balance sheet item of accounts receivable. The second lesson will cover costs of goods sold and inventory. We will cover the conceptual economics of each, discuss the current accounting rules and end with a video that applies our bookkeeping tools. The readings for each lesson provide more details. ...
7 vídeos (total de (Total 63 mín.) min), 2 leituras, 4 testes
7 videos
Accounting Guidance on Revenue Recognition8min
Bookkeeping for Revenue Recognition3min
Accounting for the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts and the Bad Debt Expense9min
What goes into Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold14min
Which One Did We Sell? Inventory Cost Flow Assumptions14min
Bookkeeping for Inventory Transactions4min
2 leituras
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Seven5min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Eight5min
4 exercícios práticos
Revenue20min
Allowance for Doubtful Accounts20min
Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold20min
Module Three Test30min
Semana
4
3 horas para concluir

Long-Lived Assets

As firms operate, they often use long-lived assets to execute their business models. Some of these assets are tangible, such as factories or computers. Others are intangible, such as trademarks and brands. In either case, managers face the issue of determining how much of these items were used in each period as well as the related question of how much remains. In this module, we will examine the economics of such transactions as well how accountants reflect them on financial statements. This module will also cover the most nebulous of intangible assets - goodwill....
10 vídeos (total de (Total 64 mín.) min), 5 leituras, 6 testes
10 videos
Basic Bookkeeping for Depreciation5min
Changing Depreciation Estimates4min
Selling an Asset6min
When an Asset is used to make another Asset9min
How Do We Think About Non-Physical Assets?7min
Bookkeeping for Amortization and Intangibles3min
What is Goodwill?4min
Calculating Goodwill8min
Asset Impairments6min
5 leituras
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Nine2min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Ten3min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Eleven1min
Introduction and Overview for Lesson Twelve2min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Thteen2min
6 exercícios práticos
Basics of Depreciation12min
More Advanced Depreciation Topics12min
Intangible Assets6min
Goodwill20min
Impairments10min
Quiz for Long Lived Assets40min
Semana
5
2 horas para concluir

Liabilities and Stockholders Equity

In the last two modules we have been exploring assets and their impact on both the balance sheet and income statement. In this module we will turn to discussing the other two components of the balance sheet: liabilities and owners equity.As firms operate, they make promise to deliver value to other entities. Accountants call these promises liabilities. You have already seen some liabilities as we discussed assets - after all, you get many assets by promising to give up future value. We will review those liabilities here as well as introducing a few new ones. Firms also have owners. Those owners sometimes directly provide capital and other times let managers retain capital generated by firm operations. Combined, those two sources of capital represent owners equity. We will discuss interaction with owners and how they impact our firms economic situation. We will also discuss how the accounting statements reflect these interactions. ...
7 vídeos (total de (Total 56 mín.) min), 4 leituras, 5 testes
7 videos
Deferred Revenue5min
What is a Contingent Liability?9min
Bookkeeping for Contingent Liabilities9min
The Economics of Interacting with Owners6min
Basic Bookkeeping for Equity9min
Treasury Stock9min
4 leituras
Introduction and Overview Lesson Fourteen3min
Introduction and Overview Lesson Fifteen3min
Introduction and Overview Lesson Sixteen10min
Introduction and Overview for Lesson Seventeen2min
5 exercícios práticos
Basic Liabilities, including Deferred Revenue10min
Contingent Liabilities8min
Basic Equity Transactions20min
Treasury Stock10min
Liabilities and Stockholders Equity18min
Semana
6
2 horas para concluir

Cash Flow Statements

We have been spending our time developing the concepts of accrual accounting. We started with the big picture, learned how to use bookkeeping to construct accrual statements and then spent the last three modules deep diving into various accrual accounting topics that help to create a useful set of financial statements. Throughout that time we have focused on capturing economics, not just cash flow. Of course, many of you still want to know about cash (so do I - it is important). But I have put off the cash flow statement for two reasons. First, I wanted you to really give accrual accounting a chance. If we mix cash in from the beginning, most students seem to drift back to cash every time things get a little complicated. But we have demonstrated that often leads to misinformed choices. Second, the cash flow statement effectively requires you to "undo" accrual accounting. That means you have to know accrual accounting pretty well to do a cash flow statement. I am going to be honest (I have all along, after all). The cash flow statement is tough. It seems like it should be really straight forward. Parts of it are. But a few choices were made when the cash flow statement rules were set. The choices make sense (well, somewhat), but they also make cash flow statements hard. We will break it down into pieces to make it approachable, but it is my experience that people need to see this multiple times. Lucky for you, the videos can be watched as often as you want. In this module I will systematically walk you through how cash flow statements are constructed. We will start with a cash T account and build statements from there. Our goal is to build an understanding of what information you can take from a cash flow statement. We are going to spend an entire week just on the cash flow statement. At the end of that week, I will expect you can understand an overall statement, but I will not expect you to be able to build one from scratch. Finally, I want to point out that this module is an inflection point in the course. We started looking at the idea of financial statements and creating broad statements in modules one and two. In modules three through five we began to look at the financial statements one item at a time. With this module we are moving back to the overall statement level, which is the perspective we will also take next module (which will be our last)....
7 vídeos (total de (Total 64 mín.) min), 3 leituras, 4 testes
7 videos
Putting Cash into Categories8min
Direct Cash Flow Example7min
What is an Indirect Cash Flow Statement14min
Indirect Cash Flow Example8min
Changes in Working Capital13min
Indirect with Changes in Working Capital Example4min
3 leituras
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Eighteen4min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Nineteen4min
Introduction and Overview Lesson Twenty3min
4 exercícios práticos
Introduction to Cash Flows and Direct Cash Flow Statements10min
Indirect Cash Flow Statements10min
Changes in Working Capital Approach15min
Cash Flow Statements22min
Semana
7
4 horas para concluir

Ratios and Course End Assessment

We have covered a lot of ground. You now are familiar with financial statements and the underlying transactions that create them. Our goal is to help you use accounting to make decisions and you have surely gotten much better at that. Now we get the big payoff - we learn how to build ratios to provide insights regarding the decisions we are making (maybe even to help us decide what types of decisions we should consider). We have seen a few ratios as we went through the course, but in this module we are going to discuss how to go about making your own ratios related to whatever question you want to answer. I think you will be surprised to find how easy it is now that you understand accounting. In fact, it is so easy that it will be just a couple of short lessons. Along with those short lessons, the rest of the week can be used to prepare for and take the final comprehensive exam. It will go back over material from each module to assure that you can pull it all together. ...
8 vídeos (total de (Total 43 mín.) min), 5 leituras, 4 testes
8 videos
Warnings About Ratios9min
Build Your Own Ratios7min
Stock Over Stock3min
Flow Over Flow3min
Stock and Flow Ratios5min
Congratulations1min
Greg Miller and Gautam Kaul4min
5 leituras
Introduction and Overview of Session Twenty One2min
Introduction and Overview of Lesson Twenty Two1min
Comprehensive Evaluation3min
Go further10min
Post-Course Survey10min
4 exercícios práticos
Introduction to Ratios10min
Build Your Own Ratios6min
Ratios8min
Cumulative Final Exams
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por NSOct 10th 2018

With no prior knowledge of accounting it's surprising how easy it is to progress through the course. professor Miller has an amazing ability to explain new concepts in an easy to understand manner!

por IGJul 21st 2018

Awesome course, engaging, and very good professor (he should team up with engineers!)

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Ross School of Business

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