|ACC 504 Financial Accounting Concepts: Preparing and Analyzing Financial Reports
This course examines the process of recording, analyzing, and interpreting business transactions and financial reports as it relates to the financial information component of the business information system. Emphasis is placed on the understanding, interpretation, and application of financial reports.
|ACC 505 Selected Topics in Accounting||1-3 SH|
This elective course provides an examination of an issue, problem, field, or other subject in accounting and taxation. The specific topic and number of credits will be announced at the time of the offering. Prerequisite: ACC 504.
|ACC 507 Strategic Cost Management||3 SH|
The course examines how the manager or professional within an organization should address financial analysis requirements in making decisions affecting such issues as assessing organizational performance; creating a business plan for new products, subsidiaries, and other initiatives; deciding whether or not to eliminate a product, division, or other organizational unit; planning for growth; creating and monitoring an integrated budget; analysis of multiperiod projects; assessing return on individual decisions; and determining an organization’s most efficient cost system. Prerequisite: ACC 504.
ACC 598 Faculty-Developed Course
This is an experimental course offered by the Accounting Department as a means of determining its value to the total program or in response to a particular request from a group of students.
ACC 599 Student-Developed Study
This vehicle is designed to provide the student with an opportunity to develop his/her own learning experience. A student will design a project and secure a faculty sponsor. The vehicle may be utilized more than one time. Prerequisite: written permission of the faculty sponsor and department. Registration through the Division of Graduate Studies Office is required.