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Accounting

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

Finance

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

Management Information Systems

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

Marketing

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 364
Title Accounting Information Systems
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC300

Description

Surveys information technology, transaction processing, transaction cycle internal control, computer security, systems development, and reporting systems. Examines several typical AIS application subsystems, such as order entry/sales, inventory, purchasing/payables/cash disbursements, billing/receivables/cash receipts, and materials planning/production. Three lecture hours per week.