Program Learning Outcomes
Apply differences between Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as they relate to companies doing business both domestically and internationally.
Evaluate the appropriateness of the internal control environment and recommend changes necessary for audit compliance.
Utilize current accounting information tools to assist with auditing and to make sound business decisions.
Identify legal and ethical issues in accounting as they pertain to both domestic and international businesses.
Distinguish among the various types of financial statement fraud and make recommendations for how to detect and prevent fraud within the organization.
Apply federal, state, and payroll tax regulations for individual and corporate tax compliance.
Demonstrate technical competencies of partnership accounting and the accounting treatment for consolidations, including those taking place in the international business setting.
Analyze issues that pertain to effective tax planning for multinational corporations and manage business decisions accordingly.
Apply global finance tools in conjunction with accounting methodologies that are necessary to maintain a corporate perspective of the international and domestic business environments and the financial management of a multinational corporation.
Identify current tools used in accounting research and demonstrate how they aid effective problem solving.