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ACC4530 - ADVANCED ACCOUNTING

ADVANCED ACCOUNTING

ACC4530 (General Credit) Theory and problem solving in special accounting areas, including partnerships, foreign operations, consolidations, business combinations, accounting for nonprofit institutions, and government units. Prerequisites: ACC3501 This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Spring

4.00 credits

LAW3661 - AMER CONST LAW: CIVIL RIGHTS, LIBERTIES

AMER CONST LAW: CIVIL RIGHTS, LIBERTIES

LAW3661 American Constitutional Law (Advanced Liberal Arts Elective) Explores the specific limitations imposed upon federal, state, and local governments by the United States Constitution in the areas of civil and political rights. These include the rights to free speech and a free press; the right to practice one's religion; the rights of the criminal defendant to counsel and trial by jury, and against self-incrimination, cruel and unusual punishment, and unreasonable searches and seizures; the rights of privacy and due process; and the right to equal protection under the law. Students will study significant United States Supreme Court cases of the past, as well as cases currently pending. Prerequisite: LAW1300 or LAW1000 This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

4.00 credits

LAW3662 - AMER CONST LAW: FEDERAL SYSTEM

AMER CONST LAW: FEDERAL SYSTEM

LAW3662 AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: The American Federal System of Government. 4 credit (Advanced Liberal Arts) The purpose of this class is to acquaint you with the basic legal principles undergirding the American federal system of government. You will study the nature and powers of the Congress, the President, and the Courts, and the interplay of these federal authorities with each other, and the State governments. You will further discover how these principles inform the debates over some of today's most controversial issues, such as health care reform, gun control and the government's war powers. Prerequisite(s): LAW1300 or LAW1000

4.00 credits

ACC7035 - AUDITING

AUDITING

ACC7035 Auditing (General Credit) This course examines the interrelation of audit standards, procedures, and internal control techniques with the final auditor's certificate; auditing techniques, statistical sampling methods, and the impact of electronic data processing (EDP) procedures on the auditor. Prerequisite: ACC3501 This course is typically offered in the following semester: Fall

4.00 credits

LAW3573 - BUILDING CONTRACTS FOR NEW VENTURE

BUILDING CONTRACTS FOR NEW VENTURE

LAW 3573 Building Contracts for New Ventures (General Credit) Every business operates in a supply chain in which it buys and sells goods and services. The links to these suppliers and customers are formalized in contracts, which is why all managers should know something about how to read and write a contract. This course will teach you how to do that. We will review basic principles of contract law and apply them in a wide variety of transactions. The course will be writing intensive, and will equip you to do on the spot drafting and to understand drafts produced by your counterpart. This skill will enhance your ability to negotiate and structure deals. The foundation law course is a prerequisite, as is a solid ability to write. Prerequisites: (LAW1000) or (LAW1300 or LAW1301)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

LAW1000 - BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS LAW

LAW1000 BUSINESS LAW Foundation Requirement This course is an introduction to business law and the legal system. It teaches students to identify, analyze, handle and prevent legal issues which commonly recur in the business setting and to use law to create and capture value for businesses using knowledge of contracts, business organizations and intellectual property. The course surveys a number of additional business law topics, such as torts and crimes; product liability; agency and employment; consumer protection; and securities law. Prerequisite: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring This course is a prerequisite to: Integrated Strategic Management (ISM)

4.00 credits

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Master of Science in Accounting

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