ACCT 4150 Accounting Ethics, Professionalism, and the Public Interest
4 semester hours
This course examines the role of accountants and the accounting profession in society. Students learn about the history, legal, and ethical responsibilities of the accounting profession. Major ethical theories are introduced and analyzed before applying them to ethical and justice issues that arise in accounting and business practice. Students are encouraged to adopt the objectivity, integrity, and ethical standards necessary to serve society as an accounting professional.
Accounting majors only, except by permission of instructor.
Prerequisites: ACCT 3110 and BADM 1020 , both with a minimum grade of C (2.0).
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Ethics and Justice.