This focuses on an introduction to the methods of accounting for gathering, aggregating and reporting accounting data to external reader and managers. It relates to study of accounting information systems which forms an integral part of the company’s total information system. In this, the accounting cycle which is an important method that offers financial data to management is evaluated and documented. It attaches a lot of emphasis on accounting information systems that are computer based and how they are crucial in backing internal controls and improving financial reporting, efficiency of performance and asset security.
This course has been prescribed for Accounting Majors because it works like a foundation for almost all 300 level and 400 level accounting courses. The students are assessed on the basis of performance in examinations, computer-based accounting information system projects and regular homework assignments. More than half of the students’ grades are dependent on their examination performance. The course is imparted in a technology classroom where all students have access to computers or through periodic sessions in computer labs. This is because students need to have a continuous access to computers in order to complete the course related projects.
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