Course Description

This course will develop your ability to appropriately interpret the major financial accounting statements that are used by non-profit organizations. Ideally, you will gain an understanding of the types of financial statements that are used by non-profit organizations, and how they differ from for-profit financial reporting. Also, you should gain an appreciation of both the power and limitations of accounting information in assessing financial performance and decision-making. You will also learn the uses of financial statement analysis, or ratio analysis for non-profit organizations.
After completing this course, you'll be able to: identify and describe the documents and financial statements included in a non-profit organization's financial report; analyze the information found in non-profit statements of financial positions; analyze the information found in the statement of activities; analyze the information found in the statement of cash flows; describe the nature of business enterprises and non-profit  organizations; as reflected by the  statement of financial position; and define financial (ratio) analysis and explain its objectives and limitations.

Within five (5) business days after we receive your registration request for an online course, you will receive an email with the details needed to get started, including your username and password. Participants must login within 30 days upon receiving their username and password.  Participants may apply a maximum of 12 hours of online courses towards the Nonprofit Management Certificate. Online Courses must be completed within six months of registration.

There are no refunds for online courses.
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Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
How to Read a Nonprofit Financial Statement
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Course Fees
Tuition non-credit $95.00
Section Notes
Your access to the course will remain for 180 days.
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