AC 325 - Accounting Information Systems
Introduces the use and control of manual and computerized accounting systems. The course topics include the analysis and internal control of the revenue, expenditure and financial reporting cycles, data-based management systems and network technology in accounting, control procedures in automated environments, and ethical considerations involved in accounting control systems. Students will be required to build a small accounting system using a spreadsheet or database package.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in AC 210 and AC 211 ; or MBA 612.
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