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9/4/2010 1 Accounting Systems: Design and Control Introduction Ms. Pam J. Schmidt PhD Candidate Dept. of Accounting School of Business Administration Agenda Today Welcome to ‘AIS’ class “Getting Started” – nature of this course Syllabus – about the course Semester Schedule BlackBoard Introduction to course Assignment: Survey & Photo, due Thurs. 9 to Blackboard section site
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9/4/2010 2 Prerequisites for ACC 5130 Accounting 5100 – Asset Accounting ISM 3630 – Business Information Systems Formerly ISM 4630 Yes, these prior courses are important ! Course Description 5130: Undergraduate accounting majors 7145: Graduate Students in accounting How are Accounting Information Systems (AIS) implemented? Computer intensive business environment AIS concepts, methods, and techniques Documentation Evaluating Controls
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9/4/2010 3 Course Structure: Units Studied in Schedule 1. Conceptual foundations 2. AIS applications: ERP MAS 200, Database 3. The “REA” accounting model Resources, Events, and Agents 4. Controls and auditing for AIS 5. AIS development 1. User involvement 2. SDLC (Software Development LifeCycle)
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