IAT Certificate Programs

Certified Accounting Technicians - CIAT - Program

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Studying for the CIAT designation has never been easier.  On successful completion of the six online courses from our professional partner, Straighterline. you will understand and be able to identify and use Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), ledgers and journals, and steps of the accounting cycle. The course also introduces bank reconciliation methods, balance sheets, financial statements, assets and liabilities, and equity, and discusses the issue of business ethics.

All Straighterline courses are engineered to increase your success, count for credit towards your degree, and to save money.



Online
Accounting 1

 

Online
Accounting II

 

Online Financial
Accounting

Business majors, Marketing majors, Economics majors, future MBA students, employees looking to expand their skill sets and move up in their organizations and even entrepreneurs running home offices and small businesses will all benefit from the basic business understandings this course offers.

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Accounting II picks up where Accounting I leaves off,You will learn how corporations are formed and structured, how to define and use various forms of corporate budgets, how to analyze a company’s balance sheets and financial statements, and how to calculate and interpret financial ratios.

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Online Financial Accounting is for students who are serious about a career in business or finance. The subject is at the core of nearly any business education, from a bachelor’s degree to an MBA, and applies to industries as diverse as healthcare, manufacturing and retail.

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Online Managerial
Accounting

 

Online
Business Ethics

 

Online
Organizational Behaviour

Managerial Accounting specifically addresses the elements of accounting that are useful for running a business, which means it’s vital for students pursuing Business degrees, employees looking to increase their skill set and business owners looking to increase profits. Accounting I and II are recommended, though not required

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This course provides an introduction to business ethics. Part philosophy and part business, the course covers a wide array of ethical issues arising in contemporary business life. The lessons explore employee issues and responsibilities, leadership and decision-making, morality, diversity, discrimination, and ethics in marketing and advertising.

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From leadership theories and styles to conflict management and negotiation to team building and change management, this course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations within today’s dynamic work environment. Topics include communications, motivations, corporate politics, ethics, power structure, and organizational culture.

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