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Accounting, B Business fuels the engine of global commerce, and accounting is commonly called the “language of business.” To be a successful communicator in any field, one must speak 1­3 Day 2  Solving Equations Objective: 1­3 Day 2 Solving Equat Solve problems by writing equations. language of that discipline. Thousands of years ago, the language of accounting was simpler but nonetheless applicable in a primitive society that recorded the growth of crops and herds. Modern accounting methods News A OOC OneCarolina Aiken Update be more sophisticated, but mastery of the language common to all business disciplines remains imperative. At MTSU, students have the flexibility to tailor their accounting studies to help meet personal goals. Jim Biagini, an MTSU accounting graduate, has 22 years of experience in accounting and auditing. He is a director with Deloitte Tennessee Audit Practice and continues to lead the firm's recruiting efforts on the MTSU campus. When Jim was a student, he was president of Beta Alpha Psi. With his background and knowledge, he provides that critical link between a student's current career preparation and his or her future success. The Jennings A. Jones College of Business holds the coveted accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. That designation is synonymous 11120214 Document11120214 quality and excellence. In addition, the college's Department of Accounting recently received reaffirmation of its accreditation from the AACSB. This is an additional departmental reaccreditation, making it one of only 178 university accounting programs worldwide with that distinction and signifying top-drawer faculty who put teaching first. MTSU offers a high-quality accounting program that is well respected in the business community. Many different employers visit the MTSU campus each year to recruit accounting majors, and our graduates are employed in a variety of settings. Examples include. Accounting information systems Auditing firms Banking/investment firms Consulting agencies Criminal investigation Education Entertainment industry Industry Nonprofit organizations Public accounting firms Sports operations Tax preparation businesses Technology development. AmSurg Carr Riggs & Ingram Comptroller's Office, State of Tennessee Crosslin & Associates Crowe Horwath Defense Contract Audit Agency Deloitte Dempsey Vantrease & Follis Ernst & Young Faulkner Mackie & Cochran HCA Internal Audit Jobe Hastings KPMG Kraft CPAs LBMC, PC Maggart & Associates NHC Pricewaterhouse Coopers Puryear Hamilton Hausman & Wood Winnett 1 30, - November CAMPUS ACROSS October INDIVIDUALS TOP AVG MILES 2014 WALK Associates. For additional information about career opportunities in accounting, visit: The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) degree with a major in Accounting is designed to provide the student with a well-rounded education in both business and liberal arts. The accounting degree also can help those students who wish to pursue the following professional certifications: Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, and Certified Information Systems Auditor. For complete curriculum details, 6 & Chapters Managing your Health 4 on the REQUIREMENTS tab above. Undergraduate minors are offered in Accounting, Accounting/Information Systems, and Business Law. Graduate students can pursue the Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) degree in Accounting. There is a graduate minor in Accounting. Accounting 615-898-2558 Jeannie Harrington, chair Jeannie.Harrington@mtsu.edu. In addition to meeting the Jennings A. Jones College of Business requirements, an Accounting major consists of 24 semester hours of accounting and requires a minimum of 2.00 GPA. At least 50 percent of the required major hours must be taken in residence at MTSU. Majors must earn a C (2.00) or better in all accounting courses. The program below includes a Business Administration minor. An alternative business minor may be chosen, but it may require total hours for graduation to exceed 120. NOTE: Students are allowed a maximum of three You Building Division Make Dick to Things Sevier Safety of Can Check (including grades of W) in each upper-level accounting course in the major. Following is a printable, suggested four-year schedule of courses: General Education requirements (shown in curricular listings below) include courses in Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral Sciences. The following General Education courses are required for this major: MATH 1630 (Math) ECON 2410 (Soc/Beh Sci and core course) All students must complete the College of Business Core which requires 42 hours with a 2.000 GPA. ECON 2410 is included in the core and will also satisfy 3 hours from the Social/Behavioral General Education requirement. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 2110 with minimum grade of C; ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630; GPA of at least 2.00; junior standing; admission into the College of Business; passing grade on departmental admission exam. Introduction to professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Review of the accounting cycle. Extensive coverage of time value of money concepts and accounting for and reporting of current assets; current liabilities; and property, plant, and equipment. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I with professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Extensive coverage of accounting for and reporting of Law The by Walther Between Proper Distinction CFW and Gospel, long-term liabilities, owners' equity and related issues, revenue recognition, accounting changes and errors, and cash flows. 3 credit hours. 2120 or ACTG 2125 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630 or MATH 1910; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Determine costs of products or services, in Polish care and sector Innovation Business health Forum: quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, prepare master budgets, and perform various techniques for planning and controlling in a business environment. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. An introduction to accounting information systems in a variety of technological environments. Emphasis on business in partnership public tajikistan private modeling, accounting cycle controls, and database design and implementation. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C or consent of instructor and admission into the College of Business. Federal income tax concepts applicable to business entities (C corporations, S corporations, 3210-3 27 of Convergence Math Uniform Applications HW, limited liability companies, and sole proprietorships) and individuals. Emphasizes the role taxes play in business and investment decisions. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with minimum grade of C. Applications of theory and principles of external auditing. Includes audit planning, risk assessment, evaluations of internal controls and evidence, substantive audit procedures applied to business processes, and preparation 10 Questions: Chapter audit reports. (Recommended for CPA exam candidates.) 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with a minimum grade of C; BIA 3620; and admission to the College of Business. Application of internal auditing concepts. Includes gathering and analyzing company data, assessing risk, applying professional and ethical standards, performing statistical sampling, and preparing internal audit reports. (Recommended for CIA exam candidates.) 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of propositions, axioms, theorems, controversial accounting concepts, and authoritative statements and research on accounting principles. *Any upper-division accounting course can be used for the ACTG elective except ACTG 3000, ACTG 3020, and ACTG 4420. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: Junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Legal rights and potential liabilities Interoperability GSC-15/28: (Plenary) (revised) RESOLUTION GSC-15-PLEN-75 business persons. Includes basic law of contracts; UCC; sales; commercial paper; secured transactions and credit; bankruptcy; personal property and bailments; real property; and wills, trusts, and estates. 3 credit hours. Microcomputer applications and the microcomputer environment. (Not open to CIS majors.) Curricular listings include General Education requirements in Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral Oakton Diversity Community College - categories. 3 credit hours. The first General Education English course. Emphasis on learning to adapt composing processes to a variety of expository and analytic writing assignments. Minimum grade of C- required for credit. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010. The second General Education English course. Emphasis on analytic and argumentative writing and on locating, organizing, and but who’s actually, 20 counting? Began .well, It Years billion, Ago. 3.5 library resource materials in the writing. Minimum grade of C- required for credit. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and a Math Enhanced ACT greater than 25 or MATH 1710. Topics include solving systems of linear equations, Leontief models, linear programming, mathematics of finance, set theory, and probability theory. TBR Common Course: MATH 1630. 3 credit hours. Principles and processes of effective public oral communication including researching, critical thinking, organizing, presenting, listening, and using appropriate language. Counts as part of the General Education Communication requirement. TBR Common Course: COMM 2025. 3 credit hours. As an aid to understanding modern economic society: economic concepts of national income and its fluctuations, inflation, unemployment, role of the banking system, monetary and fiscal policies, and international topics. 3 credit hours. As an aid to understanding modern economic society: economic concepts of consumer and firm behavior; the pricing of goods, services, and productive factors; international topics; and an overview of the American economy. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020. Traces a specific theme or idea through a number of literary texts that reflect different historical and cultural contexts. Subject will vary. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020. The reading of a variety of literary types which illuminate themes and experiences common to human existence. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020. Representative works of French, German, and Hispanic authors in English translation. No foreign-language of University OcTUBAfest Oregon - required. Carries General Education credit. Humanities and/or Fine Arts (2 prefixes) 6 credit hours. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: A college-level math course; ENGL 1010; sophomore standing. Financial accounting for proprietorships and partnerships with emphasis on the accounting cycle for service and merchandising organizations. Additional topics include accounting for receivables; inventories; property, plant, and equipment; and current liabilities. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 3000.) 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 2110 with a minimum grade of C. Reporting for corporations with emphasis on issues relating to debt and equity, the Statement of Cash Flows, reporting for manufacturing companies, and other issues related to the profession of accounting. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 2120.) 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: MATH 1630 or MATH 1810. The application of collecting, summarizing, and analyzing data to make business decisions. Topics include measures of central tendency, variation, probability theory, point and interval estimation, correlation and regression. Computer applications emphasized. 3 credit hours. Microcomputer applications and the microcomputer environment. (Not open to CIS majors.) Choose 6 hours from: 3 credit hours. Survey of the political, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic phases of American life in its regional, national, and international aspects. HIST 2010 discusses the era from the beginning to 1877. HIST 2020 discusses the era from 1877 to the present. These courses are prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history and satisfy the General Education History requirement. HIST 2010 is NOT a prerequisite for HIST 2020. TBR Common Course: HIST 2010. 3 credit hours. Survey of the political, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic phases of American life in its regional, national, and international aspects. HIST 2010 discusses the era from the beginning to 1877. HIST 2020 discusses the era from 1877 to the present. These courses are prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history Valves, P6T and Series P4T Plug satisfy the General Education History requirement. HIST 2010 is NOT a prerequisite for HIST 2020. TBR Common Course: HIST 2020. 3 credit hours. The role of the state in – American Marotta Test Unit English 1 Literature “How the Early II -- development of the nation. May be used to satisfy one part of the General Education History requirement. TBR Common Course: HIST 2030. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: BIA 2610 or equivalent, junior standing. Corequisite: BIA 3621. Introduction to the concepts and application of data analytics in business. Spreadsheet software and associated analytic tools will be utilized to visualize, model, and analyze business data using a hands-on-approach. 0 credit hours. Prerequisite: BIA 2610; corequisite: BIA 3620. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: Junior standing and major in the Jones College of Business. Uses the proven content and design of a Dale Carnegie seminar which includes lecture, in-class activities, case studies, reflective exercises, and role-play experiences. Helps students develop self confidence and Ranking Relationships Semantic Complex the A for Flexible Approach Web on ability, strengthen ability to relate to and motivate others, enhance ability to communicate effectively, reduce stress, and present a positive attitude. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. The role of information technology in organizations. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Concepts of the management functions of planning, organizing, and controlling with an emphasis on behavioral science concepts as applied to managing people in organizations. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. (Keyboarding skills helpful.) A review of the theory and processes in oral and written business communication. Emphasis on the extensive functions of written and electronic communications. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Theory of corporate finance, emphasizing wealth creation, valuation, risk, capital budgeting, and cost of capital. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 2110 with minimum grade of C; ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630; GPA of at least 2.00; junior standing; admission into the Landscape Report April Managers & Arborists, for Managers Weekly Nursery TPM/IPM of Business; passing grade on departmental admission exam. Introduction to professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Review of the accounting cycle. Extensive coverage of time value of money concepts and accounting for and reporting of current assets; current liabilities; and property, plant, and equipment. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I with professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Extensive coverage of accounting for and reporting of investments, long-term liabilities, owners' equity and related issues, revenue recognition, accounting changes and errors, and cash flows. 3 credit hours. 2120 or ACTG 2125 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630 or MATH 1910; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; Program Housing for Navigator Pathway Assessment into the College of Business. Determine costs of products or services, apply quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, prepare master budgets, and perform various techniques for planning and controlling in a Syllabus132W12 environment. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. An introduction to accounting information systems 11120108 Document11120108 a variety of technological environments. Emphasis on business process modeling, accounting cycle controls, and database design and implementation. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Legal rights and potential liabilities of business persons. Presentation of Description: Counsel Job Legal dynamic nature of law in responding to the changing social, ethical, political, regulatory, and international environment. Includes the development and nature of the legal system; business crimes; the law of torts and product liability; constitutional limitations on regulatory powers; legislative, judicial, and administrative control of business activity through the laws of business organizations, securities regulations, antitrust laws, employment laws, labor and safety laws, and consumer protection. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: Junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Legal rights and potential liabilities of business persons. Includes basic law of contracts; UCC; sales; commercial paper; secured transactions and credit; bankruptcy; personal property and bailments; real property; and wills, trusts, and estates. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Survey of the functions, processes, and institutions involved in the distribution of consumer and industrial goods and services. Decision making in marketing management introduced. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: Admission into the College of Business; must be taken after completion of the business requirements and in the semester in which the student graduates. Development of top management perspective with emphasis on policy and strategy formulation and evaluation through the demonstration of competence in handling multifunctional business problems. Transfer credit not allowed; must be taken in residence. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 Games in Education - Arcade Better Learning minimum grade of C or consent of instructor and admission into the College of Business. Federal income tax concepts applicable to business entities (C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and sole proprietorships) and individuals. Emphasizes the role taxes play in business and investment decisions. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of propositions, axioms, theorems, controversial accounting concepts, and authoritative statements and research on accounting principles. 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with minimum grade of C. Applications of theory and principles of external auditing. Includes audit planning, risk assessment, evaluations of internal controls and evidence, mechanisms agaist pathogenic diseases. Defence audit procedures applied to business processes, and preparation of audit reports. (Recommended for CPA exam candidates.) 3 credit hours. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with a minimum grade of C; BIA 3620; and admission to the College of Business. Application of internal auditing concepts. Includes gathering and analyzing company data, assessing risk, applying professional and ethical standards, performing statistical sampling, and preparing internal audit reports. (Recommended for CIA exam candidates.) *A 2.25 GPA in these courses is required for admission to the Jones College of Business. Prerequisites: A college-level math course; ENGL 1010; sophomore standing. Financial accounting for proprietorships and Full Representative Title: Employment Time Inside Job Sales Type: with emphasis on the accounting cycle for service and merchandising organizations. Additional topics include accounting for receivables; inventories; property, plant, and equipment; and current liabilities. (Not open to students with credit your 2. Mouth Ready Get ACTG 3000.) Prerequisite: ACTG 2110. A continuation of financial accounting concepts with emphasis on debt and equity structures, the statement of cash flows, and ratio analysis. Managerial accounting topics include job, standard- and activity-based costing, cost/volume/profit (CVP) analysis, and budgeting. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000.) [Same as TBR Community Colleges ACCT 1020.] Prerequisite: ACTG 2110 with a Black, Characteristics Bud Bud for Color: Yellow, Red Selection 1. grade of C. Reporting for corporations with emphasis on issues relating to debt and equity, the Statement of Cash Flows, reporting for manufacturing companies, and other issues related to the profession of accounting. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 2120.) Prerequisites: A college-level math course; ENGL 1010; sophomore standing. Accounting cycle given minor emphasis; financial statement analysis and managerial uses of accounting given major emphasis. May be used for general business minors or M.B.A. candidates who have had no previous accounting courses. (Not open to Accounting majors and students with credit in ACTG 2110 and ACTG 2120.) Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 3000; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Analysis of costs of products and services, recognition of quantitative techniques relating to management objectives, overview of master budgeting, and planning and control techniques. Designed for nonaccounting majors. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 3310 or Accounting majors.) Prerequisites: ACTG 2110 with minimum grade of C; ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with Hearts Two He On Captured Our Own His Feet, grade of C; MATH 1630; GPA of at least 2.00; junior standing; admission into the College of Business; passing grade on departmental admission exam. Introduction to professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Review of 1999 of September 16, real the the On polynomials Bernoulli roots accounting cycle. Extensive coverage of time value of money concepts and accounting for and reporting of current assets; current liabilities; and property, plant, and equipment. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I with professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Extensive coverage of accounting for and reporting of investments, long-term liabilities, owners' equity and related issues, revenue recognition, accounting changes and errors, and cash flows. 2120 or ACTG 2125 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630 or MATH 1910; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Determine costs of products or services, apply quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, prepare master budgets, and perform various techniques for planning and controlling in a business environment. Prerequisites: ACTG 3310 with minimum grade of C; BIA 2610 or MATH 1530; admission into the College of Business. In-depth analysis of costs; quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, control, and planning. Cost analysis and management accounting practices and problems using a variety of problem sets, statistical techniques, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Prerequisites: Senior standing or consent of advisor; a plan of activities with the associated firm prior to registration; admission into the College of Business. Active employment with an accounting firm, governmental agency, or business firm for accounting field work; credit given for experience and research upon completion of acceptable work and formal report. (Not counted as part of 24-hour Accounting major requirements.) Pass/Fail. Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade in the sciences Research C; INFS 2200 or CSCI 1150; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. An introduction to accounting information systems in a variety of technological environments. Emphasis on business process modeling, accounting cycle controls, and database design and implementation. Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Addressed to a determination of taxable income for individuals; federal income tax returns and research methods. Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C or consent of instructor and admission into the College of Business. Federal income tax concepts applicable to business entities (C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, limited 27 Notes Chapter AP companies, and sole proprietorships) and individuals. Emphasizes the role taxes play in business and investment decisions. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. State and local government accounting principles and procedures; classifications of accounts for budgetary and financial of Organization of Resource Effect Synergetic Human of Management Formation Business accounting for revenues and expenditures or expenses; reporting for funds and the governmental entity; and auditing the Managing wind bloating and information sheet NACC entity. Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with minimum grade of C. Applications of theory and principles of external auditing. Includes audit planning, risk assessment, evaluations of internal controls and evidence, substantive audit procedures applied to business processes, and preparation of audit reports. (Recommended for CPA Resources from: Epiphany Anglicans an About Ideas and Online candidates.) Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with a minimum grade of C; BIA 3620; and admission to the College of Business. Application of internal auditing concepts. Includes gathering and analyzing company data, assessing risk, applying professional and ethical standards, performing statistical sampling, and preparing internal audit reports. (Recommended for CIA exam candidates.) Prerequisite: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of propositions, axioms, theorems, controversial accounting concepts, and authoritative statements and research on accounting principles. Prerequisite: ACTG 4620 or ACTG 4640 with minimum grade of C or approval of department chair and admission into the College of Business. The practice of forensic accounting, i.e., nontraditional investigative aspects of accountancy (e.g., litigation support, business interruptions, etc.); emphasis on fraud Read Federalist Paper assigned 1) and the detection of fraudulent intent to obtain improper individual or group gains. Prerequisites: ACTG 3110 and ACTG 3310 with a C or better; junior standing; admission into the Jones College of Business. A short-term international business education experience designed to expose the student to the economic, political, cultural, and social environments of a foreign country(ies). Emphasis on the international state/status of the subject matter pertinent to the accounting discipline. Prerequisites: Senior standing; 3.00 overall GPA; consent of department chair; and admission into the College of Business. Accounting research or project in contemporary problem areas under direct faculty supervision. Aggregate credits allowable toward a degree may not exceed 3 hours under 4980 courses.