Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to design, document, implement and manage processes e.g. databases for business transactions and organizational information needs; analyze workplace information systems using internal control principles and techniques; suggest strategies and solve information system problems and issues; use QuickBooks to capture, process and store business transactions, and to generate financial reports.
In this course students explore several typical accounting and business information systems and subsystems such as sales, billing, inventory and general ledger. Topics covered in this course include: objectives and procedures of internal control; typical business documents and reports; system documentation – use of data flow diagrams, flowcharts and other documentation techniques. Students will also gain practical experience in using software packages to record accounting transactions and create management reports.
Prerequisite : AC223 – Introduction to Accounting II
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