Business and Accounting Information Systems

Business and Accounting Information Systems
Study of inputs, processing, outputs, and files of several transaction-processing subsystems. Foundation for understanding internal control. Variety of tools used to design, create, or document accounting information systems (AIS) to achieve organizational objectives.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmission to School of Accountancy.
 ProgramsContaining ACC 401
Course Outcomes: 

Business Processes and Report Control Deficiencies

Analyze a set of business processes and report control deficiencies

Evaluate Various Controls

Evaluate the appropriateness of various controls.

Model Data Relations

Model data relations required to support an accounting information system

Communicate Effectively

Communicate effectively both in writing and in presentations

Use Technology Effectively

Use technology effectively in solving business problems.