Program Learning Objectives
Graduates are prepared to:
1.1 Analyze financial statement data and conduct business valuations.
2.1 Research issues related to accounting standards including international financial reporting standards.
3.1 Demonstrate the ability to use databases and develop advanced spreadsheets to analyze financial and auditing information.
4.1 Demonstrate the ability to diagram data models and perform risk assessment of internal controls that apply to data/processes.
5.1 Recognize and apply ethical and fraud-related concepts in accounting and financial reporting.
6.1 Demonstrate effective writing communication skills.
6.2 Demonstrate effective oral communication skills.
|GSA 540||Taxation of Corporations and Partnerships||4|
|GSA 541||Advanced Financial Reporting Issues I 1||4|
|or GSB 510||Data Visualization and Communication in Business|
|GSA 543||Advanced Financial Reporting Issues II||5|
|GSA 545||Applied Accounting Research and Communications||4|
|GSA 552||Fraud Auditing and Examination||4|
|GSA 554||Advanced Spreadsheet Modeling for Accounting||4|
|GSA 555||Database Modeling and Analysis for Accounting||4|
|GSA 556||Financial Accounting and Valuation||4|
|GSB 512||Quantitative Analysis||4|
|GSB 529||Effective Communication Skills for Managers||4|
|GSB 530||Data Analytics and Mining for Business 1||4|
|or GSA 544||Advanced Enterprise Wide Business Processes for Accounting|
Students will choose between GSA 541 and GSB 510 in the fall quarter and between GSB 530 and GSA 544 in the spring quarter.