This sequence is designed to provide students with information systems and technology skills and competencies as recommended by the International Federation of Accountants. Students will learn how to use information technology and evaluate information systems from both an internal auditor and external auditor perspective.
This sequence is designed to prepare students for entry level accounting positions requiring significant training in business information systems. This preparation is particularly valuable in accounting consulting positions, certain auditing positions, and in many progressive industrial positions.
This sequence allows accounting majors to design an individualized plan of study that meets their career goals. In addition to the required accounting courses, students complete twelve hours in a specialized area with advice and approval of the accounting academic advisor and the department chair.
This sequence prepares students for positions in public accounting, managerial accounting, governmental accounting, taxation, and auditing. This sequence is designed to meet the minimum formal accounting-content requirements to sit for the CPA examination.
Accounting Information Systems Sequence
Business Information Systems Sequence
Career Specialty Sequence
Financial Accounting Sequence