ACC695M Cases in Accounting & Auditing
Lead Faculty: Dr. Joyce Ellis
Course DescriptionA capstone course in which students apply the knowledge and skills acquired in preceding coursework to their analysis of real life situations involving financial accounting and reporting, cost/managerial accounting, tax and/or auditing issues. Selected cases may require the researching of relevant authoritative pronouncements, laws, regulations and the like. Course is eligible for IP grading.
- Analyze accounting and auditing-related fact situations and identify the issues that need to be addressed in arriving at an appropriate solution or course of action.
- Research and cite in an appropriate manner relevant authoritative pronouncements, laws and regulations.
- Evaluate possible alternative decisions or courses of action and provide rationale for each alternative.
- Synthesize information acquired in prior coursework and in related research into a cohesive written report to management that includes findings and appropriately supported recommendations.
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing at a level of professional quality expected of a graduate of a masters program in accounting.