BUS 275 - Accounting Information Systems
Computer-based accounting systems with emphasis on development and implementation. Topics will include: creation of a general ledger, establishment of accounts receivable and billing procedures, management of cash and current liabilities, and payroll accounting. Also to be addressed is the development of a variety of custom management reports. The course will be divided into two parts. During part one students will learn the tools necessary to implement an accounting system. Part two will consist of students working in teams to develop a system.
Prerequisite: BUS 200 Intermediate Accounting I or permission of instructor
4 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Set up an automated accounting system for an enterprise.
2. Record transactions using an automated system.
3. Prepare adjusting and correcting entries.
4. Create financial statements.
5. Discuss the internal control structure necessary for an automated accounting system.
6. Discuss the organizational change that the implementation of a new accounting system involves.
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