Accounting Elective Course Options

Course Name Units Semester Description
ACCT 410 - Principles of Profit Planning and Control 3 Spring Examination of the value of managerial accounting in organizational decision-making and control, addressing specific managerial accounting problems and their solutions.
ACCT 430 - Information Quality and Assurance - A Management Perspective (AKA "Audit") 3 Fall
Spring 
Emphasis is on information quality, in regards to assurance services and internal control systems.  Strategic orientation intended for future managers, bankers, analysts, investors, consultants, and practicing CPAs.
ACCT 440 - Financial and Managerial Accounting in Healthcare 3 Spring
This course covers financial and managerial accounting topics relevant to the healthcare industry. Concepts covered include the financial and operational implications of changes in healthcare reimbursement; understanding and analyzing external financial statements for taxable and tax-exempt healthcare entities; usefulness of capital and operating budgets; practical applications of managerial accounting; and decision making tools for managers within healthcare enterprises.
ACCT 472A - Accounting for Non-For-Profit Entities 3 Fall Accounting concepts and procedures for governmental and other not-for-profit entities, including financial analysis and reconciliation to for-profit accounting principles.