RUS Borrower Accounting (Electric) (ACCT8211A)

RUS Borrower Accounting (Electric)

RUS Borrower Accounting (Electric)

Description

This course is designed for persons who are now, or who intend to be, office managers, accountants, or bookkeepers in offices of electric utilities that have been financed by the Rural Utility Service (RUS), USDA. It may also serve as a guide to directors, managers, Certified Public Accountants, lawyers, and engineers. It is inevitable that there are variations in some of the procedures used by individual utilities. We have attempted to teach the basic and specialized principles and procedures of accounting that are common to all organizations engaged in this type of enterprise.

Apply properly and accurately the accounting principles relating to the electric utility industry. Develop a unique working knowledge of the unique accounting requirements arising from the manner in which Rural Utility Service (RUS) borrowers are financed and the nonprofit nature of borrowers organized as cooperatives.

Enroll anytime in this self-paced web-based course. All materials supplied. Instructor-based study. Self-paced; take up to one year to complete.

Tuition:

$595.00

Credits:

3.0 CEU's

Class Type:

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