2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 17, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Accounting Learning Outcomes


Outcome 1
1.1 Students are able to describe the language and procedures associated with financial accounting.
 
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 2
2.1 Students are able to define and identify cost accounting theory and concepts.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 3
3.1 Students are able to define the terminology of tax accounting.
Outcome 4
4.1 Students are able to identify audit and assurance concepts.
 
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 5
5.1 Students are able to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information for financial reporting.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 6
6.1 Students are able to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information to solve cost accounting problems.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 7
7.1 Students are able to analyze information and apply tax principles to solve taxation problems.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 8
8.1 Students are able to properly plan an audit and assess the financial statements for the risk of material misstatement due to errors for fraud.
 
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 9
9.1 Students are able to determine technological threats to accounting systems and identify applicable controls to mitigate risks.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Foundational Studies 8: Demonstrate an understanding of the ethical implications of decisions and actions.
Outcome 10
10.1 Students are able to use applicable technology tools to evaluate and present accounting information.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 11
11.1 Students are able to execute business processes involved in an accounting cycle essential to using integrated accounting software.
 
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).
Outcome 12
12.1 Students are able to use generalized audit software to simulate audit processes.
 
Foundational Studies 1: Locate, critically read, and evaluate information to solve problems.
Foundational Studies 3: Apply knowledge and skills within and across the fundamental ways of knowing (natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, mathematics, and history).