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ACCT 340 Accounting Information Systems

This course provides a conceptual framework to stress the responsibility of accountant, auditor and manager for the design, operation and control of the accounting information system and the needs of information users within an organization. Traditional accounting transaction cycles are organized around events-based information technology. Students learn how the accounting information system records, classifies and aggregates economic events.

Prerequisites

Special information

Note: Refer to the course syllabus located in the Content section of the course D2L Web site and prepare the assignment for the first class meeting.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective August 1, 1998 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Comprehend an organization's business processes and the issues associated with their management and control.
  • Control frameworks and best practices (COSO, COBIT).
  • Evaluate and document business and information technology risk exposure and develop control activities to mitigate those risks.
  • Extract, compile, and analyze financial data using Excel and Access.
  • Understand XBRL concepts of tagging, documenting, and validating.
  • Understand and document a business process using flowcharts.
  • Understand the unique internal control challenges presented by computerized accounting systems.

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Accounting Information Systems Allan, Mark J Books Course details
50 Accounting Information Systems Schaaf, Brenden A Books Course details

Summer 2021

Section Title Instructor
50 Accounting Information Systems Schaaf, Brenden A Books Course details

Fall 2021

Section Title Instructor
50 Accounting Information Systems Schaaf, Brenden A Books Course details