ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS/ BUSINESS PROCESSES
ACC6401 (Formally ACC7530)
Accounting Information Systems/ Business Processes
This course examines the interplay between accounting functions and automated information systems and it is designed to familiarize students with systems commonly found in business. Students will learn how to research, evaluate, and audit automated systems, and understand state-of-the-art information systems as they relate to the organization and presentation of accounting data. The course also illustrates how MIS techniques can be successfully applied in complex environments, and teaches the basic concepts of accounting and control that students will deal with in business. The course is required for students in the MSA program.
This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Summer II
Pre-requisite: Admission to the MSA program.
Department:Accounting and Law