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    • INTEGRATING BUSINESS EDUCATION & IT
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      •         Level One: Create sophisticated IT infrastructure for all students
      • o      Many schools
        • Level Two: Produce more IT specialists
            • Some schools
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        •          Level Three: Infuse IT into, and transform, core of business curriculum
            • One or two schools
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  • 3. Information Age Programs
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Information Age Marketing
    • Human Factors in Information Design
    • Global Financial Analysis
      • Trading Room
    • Information Age MBA
    • E-business
    • Financial Analysis and Control
  • 4. Bentley College Accounting Programs 5 th year MSA MSAIS MSA or MSAIS Undergraduate CIS AC FI Major 4 courses AIS Financial Analysis and Control
  • 5. ACCOUNTANCY PROGRAMS   Bachelor of Science Accounting Major Accounting Information Systems Financial Analysis and Control   Graduate Programs MBA – Accounting Systems Master of Science in Accounting Master of Science in Accounting Information Systems   5-Year Programs BA/MSA BS/MSA BS/MSAIS
  • 6. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE
    • The Accountancy program prepares students for diverse careers.
    • Emphasizes an understanding of underlying principles.
    • Includes cost/management, taxation, financial reporting, assurance services, and IT.
    ACCOUNTANCY MAJOR
  • 7. ACCOUNTANCY MAJOR
    • Degree Requirements:
    • Financial Reporting and Analysis I
    • Financial Reporting and Analysis II
    • Cost Management
    • Advanced Accounting
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Federal Taxation
    • Fundamentals of Auditing
    • Financial Statement Auditing, or
    • Internal Auditing can be taken in place of Fundamentals of Auditing and Financial Statement Auditing
  • 8. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJOR
    • Joins together two areas: accounting and information technology.
    • Equips students to work in both accounting and information systems.
    • Specialization available within the major (electronic commerce, IT auditing, consulting, risk assessment, WWW assurance).
  • 9. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJOR        Financial Reporting and Analysis I        Accounting Information Systems        Fundamentals of Accounting (1.5 credits)        Information Technology Auditing (1.5 credits)        Advanced Accounting Information Systems        Algorithms and Data Abstractions        Programming Environment – Visual Basic (1.5 credits)        Analysis, Modeling and Design        Data Management with SQL (1.5 credits)        Electives for nine credits Degree Requirements:
  • 10. Financial Analyst and Control
    • New offering from Bentley College, January 2001
    • Jointly offered degree from the accounting and finance departments
    • Designed to prepare undergraduates for careers in corporate finance/accounting positions
  • 11. Characteristics of New Degree
    • Requires solid foundation in both accounting and finance
    • Includes new capstone course in Performance Measurement and Evaluation
  • 12. Degree Requirements
    • Financial accounting and reporting (6 credits)
    • Cost Management
    • International financial management
    • Financial markets
    • Advanced corporate finance
    • Performance Measurement and Evaluation
    • Communication for the Finance Professional
    • 2 electives from AC or FI advanced courses
  • 13. GRADUATE PROGRAMS
    • MBA – ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS (AS)
    • Exposes students to major accountancy areas.
    • Consists of 12 credits of course work.
  • 14. GRADUATE PROGRAMS CONTINUED MSA PROGRAM
    • Prepares students for various careers in accounting and business.
    • Information technology is integrated throughout most courses.
    • Integrates technical knowledge and ethical judgment.
    • Develops analytical skills.
    • Promotes written and oral communication.
  • 15. GRADUATE PROGRAMS CONTINUED MASAIS PROGRAM
    • Covers intersection of accounting and information systems.
    • Emphasizes:
      • new information-based accounting services; and
      • the latest developments in IT and their application in the workplace.
  • 16. 5 YEAR PROGRAMS
    • BA/MSA PROGRAM
    • Combines a broad-based undergraduate education with accountancy graduate study.
    • BS/MSA PROGRAM
    • Combines business with specialized accountancy study.
    • BS/MSAIS PROGRAM
    • Combines BS in Accountancy with MSAIS.