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ACCT - ACCOUNTING (ACCT)ACCT209 Survey of Accounting PrinciplesCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Accounting survey for non-business majors; non-technical accountingprocedures, preparation and interpretation of financial statements andinternal control. May not be used to satisfy degree requirements formajors in business. Business majors who choose to take this coursemust do so on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
ACCT210 Survey of Managerial and Cost Accounting PrinciplesCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.A survey of managerial and cost accounting for non-business majors;accounting responsibility of the manager, job and process cost systems,budgeting, cost-volume-profit analysis for decision-making. May not beused to satisfy degree requirements for majors in business. Businessmajors who choose to take this course must do so on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.Prerequisite: ACCT209.
ACCT229 Introductory AccountingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.(ACCT 2301, 2401) Introductory Accounting. Analysis, recordingand reporting of business transactions; partnership and corporationaccounting; analysis and use of financial statements.Prerequisite: Sophomore classification.
ACCT230 Introductory AccountingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.(ACCT 2302, 2402) Introductory Accounting. Continuation of ACCT229.Use of budgets; introduction to cost accounting; cost control techniquesand methods of measuring performance.Prerequisites: ACCT229 and sophomore classification.
ACCT315 Intermediate Accounting for Non-Accounting Majors ICredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Revenue recognition, principles of asset valuation, and disclosurerequirements for corporations; interpretation of financial statements,rather than their preparation. May not be used as a directed or freeelective for accounting majors and does not count towards theaccounting requirement for the CPA exam.Prerequisite: ACCT230 and admission to upper division in MaysBusiness School.
ACCT316 Intermediate Accounting for Non-Accounting Majors IICredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Includes the measurement and disclosure requirements for liabilitiesand stockholders' equity, SEC registration statements, and cashflow reporting; focus on the analysis and interpretation of financialstatements rather than their preparation. Does not qualify as a directedor free elective for accounting majors and does not count towards theaccounting requirement for the CPA exam.Prerequisite: ACCT315 or ACCT327.
ACCT320 Accounting CommunicationsCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Development of oral and written communication skills necessary forsuccessful careers in public and corporate accounting.Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program.
ACCT321 Professional Development SeminarCredits 2. 2 Lecture Hours.Exposure to professional issues of professional accounting practiceusing a workshop format.Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program.
ACCT322 Professional Development Seminar BBACredit 1. 1 Lecture Hour.Exposure to professional issues in the practice of accounting, includingpotential careers and employers.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT327 Financial Reporting ICredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Study of theoretical basis for financial accounting concepts andprinciples related to financial reporting; emphasizing incomemeasurement and accounting for assets. BBA accounting majors mustearn a minimum grade of C for graduation.Prerequisite: ACCT230 and admission to upper division in MaysBusiness School.
ACCT328 Financial Reporting IICredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Continued study of accounting concepts and principles related toreporting long-debt and owners' equity; including reporting issues ofleases, retirement benefits, income taxes and international accountingstandards.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT329 Cost Management and AnalysisCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Theory, concepts and methods relating to use of information and designof systems to aid managers in planning, controlling, decision making,evaluating performance and reporting financial results.Prerequisite: ACCT315 or ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT403 Energy AccountingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Overview of the oil and gas industry and specialized financial accountingprocedures associated with the industry; emphasis on accounting forexploration, development, production, depletion and amortization, jointoperations, asset impairment and retirement obligation; includes reserveaccounting/disclosure related to the above topics.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with C or better.
ACCT405 Income TaxCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Introduction to federal income tax legislation pertaining primarily tocorporations and individuals.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT407 AuditingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Introduction to auditing theory and procedures pertaining to financialstatements, in the context of both external auditing, by certified publicaccountants, and internal auditing; preparation of working papers.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT408 Internal AuditingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Reading and evaluation of current theory and procedures used by internalauditors; selected case studies; statistical methods of forming auditingjudgment.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
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ACCT410 Fraud ExaminationCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Principles and methodologies of detecting and deterring fraud usingaccounting, auditing, and investigative skills; includes skimming, larceny,misappropriations, fraudulent statements, interviewing witnesses andsupport for litigation.Prerequisites: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better; junior or seniorclassification.
ACCT421 Critical Communication Skills for AccountantsCredits 2. 2 Lecture Hours.Development of oral and written communication skills necessary forsuccessful careers in public and corporate accounting.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT425 Corporate Tax PlanningCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Integration of tax regulations into overall corporate finance planning anddecision making cycle.Prerequisite: ACCT405.
ACCT426 Taxation of Low-Income FilersCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Overview of the Federal income tax and its impact on low-income filers;includes socio-economic forces impacting low-income families andindividuals; topics explored through community service and academiclearning.Prerequisites: Admission to upper division in Mays Business School andapproval of instructor.
ACCT427 Accounting and Financial Information SystemsCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Overall data flow systems emphasizing financial data and computerizedsystems, for accounting majors; flow and logic concepts, developingmeaningful control concepts and data reporting techniques.Prerequisite: ACCT327 with a grade of C or better.
ACCT430/IBUS430 Global Immersion in AccountingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Combination of classroom work in the spring and a field trip to theselected country in summer; introduction to international opportunitieswithin the public accounting firms; meet with former students to gain alocal and corporate view of business in the selected country.Prerequisites: ACCT327 and approval of instructor.Cross Listing: IBUS430/ACCT430.
ACCT445/IBUS445 International AccountingCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Introduction and examination of accounting issues unique tomultinational enterprises and international business activity.Prerequisites: ACCT315 or ACCT327; FINC341.Cross Listing: IBUS445/ACCT445.
ACCT447/FINC447 Financial Statement AnalysisCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Development of an analytical approach to financial statements,integrating relevant finance and accounting concepts and principles;current topics in financial analysis.Prerequisites: ACCT315 or ACCT327; FINC341 with a grade of C orbetter.Cross Listing: FINC447/ACCT447.
ACCT450 Accounting EthicsCredits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.Integration of ethical reasoning, objectivity, independence and othercore values into the development of a professional accountant; criticalanalysis of the ethical lapses which have occurred in business and theaccounting profession; exploring ways to integrate ethical behavior intoprofessional life.Prerequisites: ACCT328; junior or senior classification.
ACCT484 Accounting InternshipCredits 3. 6 Other Hours.A practicum in accounting under the supervision of accountingpractitioners; one semester program for each student participant. Freeelective only and must be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.Prerequisites: Accounting major and approval of department head.
ACCT485 Directed StudiesCredits 1 to 3. 1 to 3 Other Hours.Directed study of selected problems in the area of accounting notcovered in other courses.Prerequisites: Accounting major and approval of department head.
ACCT489 Special Topics in...Credits 1 to 4. 1 to 4 Lecture Hours.Selected topics in an identified area of accounting. May be repeated forcredit.Prerequisites: Admission to upper division in Mays Business School andapproval of instructor.
ACCT491 ResearchCredits 1 to 4. 1 to 4 Lecture Hours.Research conducted under the direction of an accounting facultymember in Mays Business School or a faculty member in the Office ofUndergraduate Research. May be repeated one time for credit.Prerequisites: Junior or senior classification and approval of instructor.