A study of the design implementation and evaluation of control systems intended to support and direct strategic objectives of various organizations.
Course Credits: 3
Prerequisites: ACCT 6301 or equivalent.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Evaluate different types of controls and how these controls can be used effectively to influence behavior and improve organizational performance.
- Appreciate the benefits and limitations of accounting-based controls that are common in many organizations.
- Articulate the types of information that accounting information systems can provide to management for decision-making.
- Identify the similarities and differences between control systems used by organizations of different sizes and in different industries.