acc340 | undergraduate
Accounting Information System I
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Changing Dynamics of Accounting
- Analyze the limitations and risks of using the Internet in business activities.
- Differentiate among the various types of information systems (IS).
- Identify the five accounting cycles.
- Describe the impact of information systems on the accounting profession.
- Demonstrate the flow of accounting information through an organization.
Information Systems Infrastructure
- Identify major hardware components.
- Identify internal control procedures for accounting information systems.
- Examine accounting software applications.
Data Management and Integration
- Define terminology used in databases.
- Create a tool illustrating the flow of accounting information.
- Develop a database using an accounting cycle.
Business Modeling Processes and System Design
- Describe the systems development life cycle.
- Explain the development of accounting information system requirements.
Information Systems and Auditing
- Identify methods for auditing information systems.
- Examine the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on internal control.
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