ACC-330 Accounting Information Systems

A study of the role of accounting information systems to ensure that organizations have valid, accurate, and timely financial information to support decision making.  The course includes coverage of the theory and practice of information processing, internal controls, flowcharting, and systems analysis and design related to major transaction cycles. Prerequistes: ACC-221 and ACC-222.


3 credits


This is an advanced level accounting course. Must take the following: ACC-221 & ACC-222