Recently, new regulatory environments have required companies to provide better documentation of their accounting and IT systems to improve the management and disclosure of their business processes for better financial and regulatory controls. Accounting and IT professionals have significant roles in audit and control activities, since they control the systems that monitor and report on finance, planning and operations.
Within the accounting emphasis of your BS in Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado Denver you may choose to add courses in information systems to further specialize your degree and prepare yourself for this new environment within accounting.
In addition to the Core requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, you will take the following courses:
Accounting and Information Systems degree requirements
- Accounting Systems and Data Processing, ACCT3054
- Intermediate Financial Accounting I, ACCT3220
- Intermediate Financial Accounting II, ACCT3230
- Intermediate Cost Accounting, ACCT3320
- Income Tax Accounting,ACCT4410
- Auditing, ACCT4620
- Accounting IS Processes and Control, ACCT4780 / ISMG4780
You will choose two information systems electives from the following
- Enterprise Data and Content Management, ISMG4500
- Systems Analysis and Design, ISMG4600
- Project Management and Practice, ISMG4900
Please see the course catalog for course descriptions.