ACCT 6130 Accounting Information, Analysis, and Evaluation
3 semester hours
This course involves the analysis and evaluation of the accounting systems, profitability measures, and controls. Quantitative and statistical methods and techniques are used in data analysis to help formulate and implement strategies that create value for stakeholders. Students are introduced to measurement theory and hypothesis testing, statistical operational control, and competitive pricing strategies as well as forecasting sales and profits. Ethical dimensions of business decisions are examined as accounting data are used to understand and communicate performance trends, responsibility reports, and design rewards system in relation to organizational goals.
Prerequisite: ACCT 3130 or equivalent.