A comprehensive and rigorous program, accounting is offered as a major and minor. The accounting major prepares students to: Eligible accounting majors can apply for the full-time MAcc program as an optional fifth year of studies at BW.
Accounting Information Technology and Business Solutions 3 30 ECO — Principles of Macroeconomics Study of the principles of economics designed to acquaint the student with the organization and function of the American economic system.
Discussion of money and banking, national income, public finance and an analysis of income determination, and the use of monetary and fiscal measures of stabilizing the economy.
ECO — Principles of Microeconomics Study of individuals and firms as economic decision-makers, the social institutions that influence choice, and introduces economic way of thinking.
Course emphasizes the use of microeconomic theory to analyze its role and applications in our daily lives including current issues such as the distribution of income, labor issues, international trade, the role of government, welfare economics, and the environment.
Emphasis placed on probability, probability distributions, statistical inference, correlation and regression. Emphasis is placed on understanding accounting as it is applied in serving the needs of business and society, the evolution of accounting, the basic accounting structure, and the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.
BUS — Principles of Management This course provides and introduction to the foundations of management. Instruction emphasizes the history of management; the practical use of theories, frameworks and models; integrating functional areas of business; and other special topics including: Particular attention is given to the critical analysis, organization, communication and presentation of information for organizational planning and control, with critical reflection on project work.
This course is designed to expose students to the elements of the marketing mix and processes involved in market planning and control.
Concepts associated with buyer behavior, marketing information systems and product planning are discussed. ENGP,or HON BUS — Business Finance Basic financial concepts of risk and return, time value of money, criteria for investment decisions, financial markets and securities, financing decisions, forecasting, asset management and dividend policy.
ACC and MAT or Equivalent BUS — Business Law I A study of the American legal system including a study of the history and development of law in general, a specific study of constitutional law as it applies to the business environment, the law of torts and crimes, dispute resolution methods, and the law of contracts and agency.
BUS — Operations Management Fundamentals of production planning and control, quality control and facilities management. Focuses on management systems for greater competitiveness in manufacturing and the service sector.
MAT Or Equivalent Statistical Course BUS — Business Law II An advanced study of business law involving the areas of property law including real and personal propertybailments, landlord-tenant and estates and trusts; sales contracts emphasizing the effects of the Uniform Commercial Code on the common law of sales; products liability; negotiable instruments; credit, including the law of secured transactions and bankruptcy; the regulation of business, including intangible property, anti-trust and consumer protection measures.
BUS ACC — Intermediate Accounting I To discuss in depth traditional intermediate financial accounting topics as well as the recent developments in accounting valuation and reporting practices promulgated by the leading professional accounting organizations and applied by practitioners in industry and public accounting.
The material presented is balanced in order to insure that the conceptual discussions and procedural presentations are mutually reinforcing. Emphasis is placed on the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, financial statement preparation, and asset recognition and measurement.
The behavioral and economic consequences of accounting and reporting alternatives will also be considered. An advanced study of specialized financial accounting topics and recent developments in accounting practices promulgated by the leading professional accounting organizations.
Students are exposed to accounting systems that are designed to provide information for managers in a wide variety of organizations as they strive to make decisions regarding budgeting, product pricing, production levels and inventory evaluations.
Students learn how to work effectively with accounting information that involves job-order costing, process costing and standard costing. ACC ACC — Advanced Managerial Accounting Provides the information management needs at both the executive and operational levels to manage costs and provide for the revenue stream.
With a cost management system, the student provides data which enables managers to view costs in multiple ways, plan more effectively, measure performance more accurately, and reduce unnecessary spoilage and waste.
Topics covered include capital budgeting, inventory, valuation and control, linear programming, decentralization and performance measurement, transfer pricing, decisions under uncertainty, responsibility accounting, and product quality costs.Curriculum.
As an accounting major, students will take intermediate accounting I and II, income tax accounting, cost accounting, auditing and strategic management, in addition to the business core courses.
Accounting Major Today’s demand for accurate and honest financial reporting fosters an unprecedented need for accountants in all industries. Mason's accounting degree prepares you for accounting careers in public, private, and governmental accounting.
A dual major in accounting and economics is also available. Students meeting the requirements for the dual major can receive a BA or a BS.
Information about this degree is found in the USU catalog. Accounting Major Overview The Department of Accounting is committed to providing students the education and technical knowledge necessary to enter the accounting profession and to pursue a successful professional career. AACSB accredited McAfee School of Business at Union University provides business education within a context of Christian faith, ethics & character.
Accounting Major Application Forms. Accounting is a screened major, which means you must take a series of screener courses and meet GPA and other requirements before being formally admitted to the major. You may apply during the semester when all screener courses will be completed.