2017-2018 Graduate Studies Catalog

66 Fall Semester 2 ISCI 5322 Information Systems Analysis & Design ..................................................................3 ISCI 6330 Human-Computer Interaction....................................................................................3 ISCI 6332 Introduction to Data Science .....................................................................................3 Spring Semester 2 ISCI 6335 Topics in Cybersecurity.............................................................................................3 ISCI 6340 Ethics & Technology.................................................................................................3 ISCI 6345 Capstone Project ........................................................................................................3 TOTAL CREDITS ...................................................................................................................36 Courses These are HSU-only courses, and do not apply to Acton MBA in Entrepreneurship. Accounting (ACCT) ACCT 5099 Special Topics (3-3-0) Designed to introduce new courses in accounting and to meet special needs of individual students. Offered as needed. May be repeated when topic is changed. ACCT 5311 Auditing and Professional Responsibility (3-3-0) A study of financial auditing standards and procedures to prepare accounting majors for public accounting. Theory and practice are combined to enable the student to better understand how audits are conducted and to prepare the student for the CPA examination. Students who have successfully completed ACCT 4311 cannot receive credit for this course. ACCT 5319 Accounting Research and Analysis (3-3-0) Using the Accounting Standards Codification and other electronic sources of authoritative accounting literature, students will prepare informal written responses to mini-cases, formal written responses using case studies, and financial and non-financial analyses using Microsoft Excel. Using the research and analysis techniques studied with the course, each student will select a specific topic of interest within a public company’s financial statement’s footnotes to research and will deliver an oral and written presentation on the subject at the end of the semester. Students who have successfully completed ACCT 4319 cannot receive credit for this course. ACCT 5321 Governmental and Non-profit Entities (3-3-0) A course in specialized financial accounting related to state and local governments and governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations. Introduces the theory and process of fund accounting and reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for these organizations. Students who have successfully completed ACCT 4321 cannot receive credit for this course. ACCT 6311 Managerial Accounting (3-3-0) An examination of cost accounting issues, planning and control of business operations, and uses of accounting data in managerial-decision making. Prerequisite: BSAD 6311.

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