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ACCT 4381 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Environment for Accountants Prerequisite: MKTG 2380 – Legal Environment of Business (or equivalent) with C or greater. ACCT 4392 Internship Prerequisites: at least 90 semester hours earned with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00; B or higher grade in all upper-level accounting courses completed to include a minimum of twelve semester hours; consent of instructor and department chairperson.
A comprehensive overview of business law and ethics topics, such as the Uniform Commercial Code, accountant’s liability, government regulation of business, agency, contracts, debtor-creditor relationships, real property, insurance, and other topics covered in the CPA exam. Practical experience in an organizational setting designed to integrate accounting theory and applications. Course is offered on a CR/NC basis only, with credit being equivalent to C or greater performance. Note: The subject code for courses previously identified by the SPCH subject code are now identified by the ACOM subject code.
Provides experience in an organizational setting designed to integrate accounting theory and practice.
Topics to be covered include career planning, professional certifications, ethical standards for accountants and emerging issues for the accounting profession.
Accounting program assessment is done in this course.
ACOM 1300 Introduction to Communication This course focuses on the development of effective and ethical communication skills needed to foster positive communication in a variety of contexts.
Students will explore the basic principles of communication related to perception, verbal and nonverbal communication, interpersonal communication, and public speaking.
Review of the evolution of accounting systems from manual systems to advanced automated systems, with emphasis on processing requirements and the EDP tools used in the automation of information systems; study of the internal control needs of accounting systems, both manual and EDP; microcomputer-based projects. ACCT 3361 Accounting for Governments, Not-for-Profits, and Other Financial Issues Prerequisite: ACCT 3311 with C or greater.