Accounting Principles Course
America's #1 Accounting Principles Course
This course provides accounting principles (generally accepted accounting principles or GAAP) and reporting standards education and is required to take the Accounting Certification exam.
This course introduces you to accounting principles and reporting standards such as accounts receivable and uncollectible accounts; notes payable and notes receivable; merchandise inventory; property, plant, and equipment; and depreciation.
The course is an eleven-week course (one session per week). However, the course is an on-demand, self-study, self-paced course. Therefore, the length of the course is determined by the time you dedicate to the course and your understanding of accounting principles and reporting standards.
- Accounting Principles and Reporting Standards
- Accounts Receivable and Uncollectible Accounts
- Notes Payable and Notes Receivable
- Merchandise Inventory
- Property, Plant, and Equipment and Depreciation
- Accounting for Partnerships
- Corporations: Formation and Capital Stock Transactions
- Corporate Earnings and Capital Transactions
- Long-Term Bonds
- Financial Statement Analysis
- The Statement of Cash Flows
The materials included with this course include:
- eTextbook (digital) with print loose-leaf textbook option
- Pre-assessment Test
- On-demand Video Instruction
- Mini-Practice Sets
- Instructor Support
- Post-assessment Test
- 22 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits
Note: NACPB courses are delivered in an eLearning format. For more information on eLearning, click here.
The steps to completing the course are as follows:
Step 1: Take Pre-assessment Test
Determine your pre-education knowledge and skill by taking the pre-assessment test.
Step 2: Watch Video
Watch chapter instruction video.
Step 3: Read Textbook Chapter
Read textbook chapter.
Step 4: Complete Chapter Exercises
Complete textbook chapter exercises.
Step 5: Complete Chapter Problems
Complete textbook chapter problems.
Step 6: Take Chapter Quiz
Take chapter quiz.
Step 7: Request Instructor Support
Email your instructor course questions.
Step 8: Take Post-assessment Test
Determine your post-education knowledge and skill by taking the post-assessment test.