BUS 316 - Accounting Systems
In this course students learn to think about accounting from a systems perspective, design accounting systems from a needs perspective, and evaluate accounting systems from a risk assessment perspective. Also, covers how accounting systems work, building ethical values into the accounting system, internal control concepts, the evolution and use of technology for competitive advantage, system flowcharting, accounting cycles, and security measures. a group project and class presentation is required involving the evaluation of internal control using an interactive simulation.
Prerequisite(s): BUS 203 and Sophomore standing.
Course should be taken no later than the Junior year.
Course may be applied to the Management of Information Systems program.