ACCT 3051 Accounting Information Systems

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as ACCNT 21.
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2 hours; 2 credits

Purposes and uses of accounting information systems; design, implementation, and evaluation. Interrelationship of accounting and managerial information systems. Emphasis on computer applications. (Not open to students who have completed Economics 79.2.)

Prerequisite: Accounting 3001 [2]. Students are expected to have proficiency in spreadsheet analysis for business (e.g., MS Excel) before taking this course; for students without this skill set, Computer and Information Science 1050 is highly recommended.


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