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
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.