BCOR 2720 Business Information Technology in Accounting
4 semester hours
This course will introduce students to the key concepts in MIS (Management Information Systems) and will enhance understanding of the issues that business organizations face when developing and managing information systems. The course will examine the fundamental principles associated with IT development and management and the increasing impact of information technology for accounting and finance related activities. This course will also examine emerging technologies and IT trends. By completing the course, students should be better equipped to make IT-related decisions, to participate in IT projects, and to communicate more knowledgeably with IT experts from the perspective of accounting and finance.
Prerequisite: BCOR 2110
with a grade of C or higher.