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Course Overview

This course provides an opportunity for accounting majors to learn, study, and apply computerized accounting methods. It is designed to introduce students to accounting systems and covers an introduction to the analysis and development of accounting information systems for businesses by giving a systems perspective on some traditional accounting topics. The course provides hands-on experience with an accounting program(s). Students are encouraged to develop individual modules to specific business needs. Computer lab required.

Prerequisites: ACC 202; Business department majors only or permission of the department.

Program: Accounting

Credit: 3

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