acc210 | undergraduate
Accounting Information Systems
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Tools and Technology for Accounting Information Systems
- Identify the information systems used within the accounting profession.
- Describe the various integrated accounting and enterprise software.
- Identify the steps to sign up for QuickBooksÂ® Online Accountant.
- Understand basic online accounting concepts.
- Identify the pros and cons of cloud computing.
- Recognize workflows included in QuickBooksÂ® Online Accountant.
- Explain the sales and purchasing core business processes.
- Recognize the navigation of various components of the QuickBooksÂ® Online interface.
- Identify the benefits and functionality of QuickBooksÂ® Online reports.
Developing Effective Accounting Information Systems
- Describe the Systems Development Life Cycle.
- Analyze the limitations and risks of using technology in accounting systems.
- Identify features and functionality of QuickBooksÂ® Online Accountant.
Cybercrime, Fraud, and Ethics
- Understand how cybercrime and fraud affect accounting information systems.
- Implement controls to encourage ethical behavior.
- Recognize the tools available in QuickBooksÂ® Online Accountant.
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