Causality - What are causes, mechanisms, and the like? We casually refer to causes and effects in normal interactions all the time.
An examination of objectives, concepts and principles of financial statements prepared for users external and internal to the business organization. Topics include financial statement analysis, measurement of income and capital, accounting for fixed assets, measuring and accounting for corporate debt and other selected financial reporting issues, planning and control of operations.
Basic cost accounting concepts and the cost accumulation process are presented. This course provides guidance on accounting for, recovering and monitoring costs at each step of government contract performance, from bidding to closeout.
Current topics on special and emerging issues, including new TINA and FAR requirements; rules applicable to nonprofit associations, universities, hospitals, and state and local governments; incurred cost-electric ICE ;cost accounting issues in privatization projects and commercial item acquisitions; and the impact of procurement reform and streamlining will also be covered.
This course provides an introduction to the legal and regulatory framework for doing business with the federal government. The course of study will center on the requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulations, and will include a study of several related statutes, as well as the regulatory compliance and business ethics requirements of doing business with the federal government.
Guest speakers and case studies provide students with access and information from industry and academia. It requires the student to synthesize knowledge about the legal and regulatory framework for doing business with the federal government through a series of case studies of law, compliance and ethics.
Course material focuses on cases derived from requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulations, and related statutes. Guest speakers from industry and government will discuss regulatory compliance and business ethics requirements topics with students during class.
This course will examine the design, control and operation of accounting information systems with a strong emphasis on integration. The course will present a thorough introduction to basic information systems theory, provide a working knowledge of systems analysis and design techniques, databases and enterprise systems.
Understanding and appreciation of accounting information systems is critical to successfully managing, auditing and developing systems to support today's evolving business environment. This course offers a focused look at accounting information systems as part of enterprise resource planning systems, with a focus on SAP and other comparable enterprise systems to demonstrate concepts.
Advanced Federal Income Taxation. An analysis of the federal income tax laws relating to individuals. Income, deductions, credits and special tax computations are studied as they relate to individuals. Income tax returns are prepared with an introduction to tax research methods.
This course applies principals of corporate tax law, corporate finance and microeconomics to examin the contests giving rise to tax-planning opportunities which arise in the broader setting of corporate decision making.
With an emphasis on economic consequences and explicit and implicit trade-offs between various alternative contracting arrangments, rather than on the minutia of corporate tax law, the primary course focus is on how taxes affect asset prices, equilibrium returns and firm structure both financially and operationally.
Topics include basic fundamentals of corporate income taxation and strategy, optimal organizational forms, compensation and retirement planning, multinational tax planning and investing considerations, along with an introduction to corporate formation, mergers and acquisitions. This course concerns using accounting information for strategic, tactical and operating decisions.
The purpose of Strategic Cost Management SCM is to support decision-makers as they develop, communicate, implement, evaluate and modify organizational strategy.
Students will use a variety of tools to analyze financial reports into meaningful units for analysis, forecasting and valuation of a complex firm. Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to analyze, interpret, understand, and use financial information to make informed decisions.The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
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The Le Moyne College Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is distinctive because of its emphasis on developing decision-making managers for an increasingly complex world, who combine the art and science of leadership in a global perspective.
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