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Management Information System
ACCT 551: Financial Accounting and Reporting (2 credit hours)
An introduction to the perspectives, principles, concepts, and assumptions underlying the process of financial reporting. Critical analysis of the role of regulation in the measurement and reporting of the results of economic activities to enable a more effective and efficient use of financial information for decision-making purposes. This course will also explain the “management assertions” embodied in the financial statements and its relationship with an independent audit of financial information.
ACCT 552: Managerial Accounting (3 credit hours)
An introduction to the relevant fundamental concepts and principles underlying the production and reporting of financial information to plan and control the activities of an organization. The discussion of strategic cost concepts; methodology of short and long-term decision analysis; planning and control of organizational activities, transfer pricing methods, performance evaluation and their related behavioral implications; and critical analysis of long term decisions are among the topics covered in this course.