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1 Sorrell College of Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Accounting Major

2 Accounting Major Overview The University offers a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at the Troy, Phenix City, Dothan, Montgomery, and Malaysia campuses. The B.S. in Accounting was previously offered at the Eglin AFB, Hurlburt Field, Pensacola, Ft. Walton, Davis Monthan locations; however, these programs are currently in a teach out phase. The University also provides Accounting courses at all Troy University locations or via ecampus to support the business studies core program. The Accounting Program and Accounting course offerings throughout the Troy University network are units of the School of Accountancy in the Sorrell College of Business.

3 Accounting Major Overview The undergraduate core curriculum consists of 48 hours of general studies. The B.S.B.A. with a major in Accounting consists of 42 hours of business core classes, and 30 hours of accounting classes: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CORE (42 HOURS) ACT 2291 ACT 2292 BUS 3382 FIN 3331 FIN 3332 IS 3300 LAW 2221 MGT 3371 MGT 3373 MGT 4476 MKT 3361 QM 2241 QM 3341 Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting II Business Communications Managerial Finance I Managerial Finance II Introduction to Information Systems Legal Environment of Business Principles of Management Operations Management Strategic Management Principles of Marketing Business Statistics I Business Statistics II Select one course with permission of faculty adviser (Accounting majors must take ACT 4435): ACT 4435 International Accounting ECO 4451 FIN 4435 MGT 4478 MKT 4468 International Trade International Banking and Finance International Management International Marketing ACCOUNTING MAJOR (30 HOURS) B.S./B.A. in Business Administration degree with a major in accounting (ACT): ACT 3391 Intermediate Accounting I ACT 3392 Intermediate Accounting II ACT 3394 Governmental Accounting ACT 3395 Managerial/Cost Accounting ACT 4491 Advanced Accounting I ACT 4494 Income Tax I ACT 4495 Income Tax II ACT 4497 Auditing Select one accounting elective: ACT 3396 Accounting Information Systems ACT 4493 Independent Study in Accounting ACT 4496 Managerial/Cost Accounting II ACT 4498 Advanced Auditing ACT 4499 Accounting Internship Select ACT 4435 from the international course electives

4 Accounting Major Overview Undergraduate Accounting Majors Enrollment by Campus Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Total Troy Dothan Montgomery Phenix City Global Campus Totals ,353 Undergraduate Accounting Degrees Awarded by Campus Total Troy Dothan Montgomery Phenix City Global Campus 0 Eglin AFB Hurlburt Field Pensacola Fort Walton Davis Monthan Malaysia Totals

5 Accounting Major Overview-Curriculum Map Upon completion of the Accounting major course requirements, students will be able to: SLO 1: SLO 2: SLO 3: A. Record business transactions; B. Prepare the three basic financial statements (the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows); and C. Analyze financial statement and use financial statements for decision making. understand the fundamental concepts of auditing understand the fundamental tax law and tax regulation. Curriculum Map Required Element SLO1 SLO2 SLO3 ACT 3391 Intermediate Accounting I ACT 3392 Intermediate Accounting II ACT 3394 Governmental Accounting ACT 3395 Managerial/Cost Accounting ACT 4491 Advanced Accounting I ACT 4494 Income Tax I ACT 4495 Income Tax II ACT 4497 Auditing ACT 3396 Accounting Information Systems

6 Program Expected Outcomes 36 Accounting majors will complete their B.S./B.A. in Troy each year. (expected outcome) The department has exceeded this outcome with an average of 36.6 (183 total) graduates each year for the past 5 years. (actual outcome) Undergraduate Accounting Degrees Awarded by Campus Total Troy Dothan Montgomery Phenix City Global Campus 0 Eglin AFB Hurlburt Field Pensacola Fort Walton Davis Monthan Malaysia Totals

7 Expected Program Outcomes/Results Accounting, Troy 80% of seniors will evaluate major instructors as good or excellent 80% of seniors will evaluate the major program as good or excellent 80 % of seniors will evaluate faculty accessibility as good or excellent 80% of majors will report that they agree or strongly agree that the advisor provides accurate information about the major and program requirements

8 Program Outcomes Data from Senior Survey Actual Percentage Good or Expectation Excellent n Meets/Fails 80% of seniors will evaluate instruction as good or excellent Troy campus students 68.0% 25 Fails Montgomery campus students 72.7% 22 Fails Dothan campus students 73.7% 19 Fails All students 69.7% 69 Fails 80% of seniors will evaluate major program as good or exellent Troy campus students 80.0% 25 Meets Montgomery campus students 78.9% 22 Fails Dothan campus students 78.9% 19 Fails All students 79.7% 69 Meets 80% of seniors will evaluate faculty accessibility as good or excellent Troy campus students 56.0% 25 Fails Montgomery campus students 63.6% 22 Fails Dothan campus students 73.7% 19 Fails All students 63.8% 69 Fails 80% of seniors will report that academic advising is good or excellent Troy campus students 44.0% 25 Fails Montgomery campus students 50.0% 22 Fails Dothan campus students 68.4% 19 Fails All students 63.8% 69 Fails

9 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Upon completion of the Accounting major course requirements, students will be able to: SLO 1: SLO 2: SLO 3: A. Record business transactions; B. Prepare the three basic financial statements (the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows); and C. Analyze financial statement and use financial statements for decision making. understand the fundamental concepts of auditing understand the fundamental tax law and tax regulation.

10 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Responsibility/Assessment Methods for Student Learning Outcomes: Assessment takes place at the end of each semester/term in ACT4497 Auditing, the designated capstone class for the Accounting Major. Individual professors teaching ACT 4497 Auditing are responsible for administering the assessment. Individual professors teaching ACT 4497 Auditing are responsible for submitting test scores to the Director, School of Accountancy and the Discipline Coordinating Committee for Accounting Chair.

11 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Responsibility/Assessment Methods for Student Learning Outcomes Plans for Improvement: Beginning Spring/Summer 2010, the assessment exam will be administered via computer Individual professors teaching ACT 4497 will be responsible for providing students with access to the exam Assessment coordinators and/or the Assessment Director will be responsible for gathering and transmitting the assessment results to the Director School of Accountancy and the Discipline Coordinating Committee Chair for Accounting Faculty will reassess the assessment to ensure that it is in conformity with program SLOs and requirements Faculty will review, reorganize, and/or rewrite questions and sections that require updating.

12 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Responsibility/Assessment Methods for Student Learning Outcomes Committee conducting the Assessment/Review of the Program: Accounting Discipline Coordinating Committee Members Location Eddy Burks Troy Lee Daniel Troy Brian Goodson Troy Stanley Lewis Troy Lorraine Magrath, Chair Troy Amanda Paul Troy Kaye Sheridan Troy Rick Turpin Troy Alan Campbell Cleophus Gains Larry Hudack Beverly Strachan Jeany Roberts Bob Cluskey Khamis Bilbeisi Marcus Gaddis Dan Teed Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Phenix City Global Campus Dothan Dothan Dothan

13 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Responsibility/Assessment Methods for Student Learning Outcomes Committee conducting the Assessment/Review of the Program: Meetings (by Forums): Date Purpose 12/3/2009 Address SWOT preparation (beginning stages) 2/10/2010 Address SWOT preparation (final stage) 3/9/2010 Discuss QEP Reading Initiative 3/26/2010 Describe proposed plan for ACT 4497 Auditing (captsone) assessment 4/3/2010 Discuss Results of Fall semester/term ACT2292 Formative Assessment Results 5/1/2010 Discuss Plans for Improvement (from formative assessment results)

14 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Measurement Student Learning Outcomes will be measured by: SLO 1: A. Record business transactions; B. Prepare the three basic financial statements (the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows); and C. Analyze financial statement and use financial statements for decision making. Expected Outcome: 50%* of students will score 50%* or better on financial accounting questions on a faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. SLO 2: understand the fundamental concepts of auditing Expected Outcome: 50%* of students will score 50%* or better on auditing questions on a faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. (expected outcome) SLO 3: understand the fundamental tax law and tax regulation. Expected Outcome: 50%* of students will score 50%* or better on tax questions on a faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. (expected outcome) *Note: This is a challenging exam made up of CPA exam type questions on concepts covered in courses as much as two years prior to students taking exam. Rather than curving, scores expectations are set lower.

15 Capstone Exam Summary Data Assessment Exam Given in ACT 4497 to measure SLOs Updated May 2010 (through Spring Semester)

16 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Results and Continuous Improvement Plans Student Learning Outcomes Results: SLO 1: A. Record business transactions; B. Prepare the three basic financial statements (the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows); and C. Analyze financial statement and use financial statements for decision making. Expected Outcome: 50% of students will score 50% or better on financial accounting questions on a faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. Results (Actual Outcome): Only 48.65% of the students scored 50% or better on the financial questions on the faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT Standard was not met. (actual outcome) Continuous improvement plan/summary ( ): The points 1-6 listed on Plans and Improvements primarily address the financial accounting courses in the Accounting Program core requirements. May 2010 update (for SP10) (See Table on previous page): Results (Actual Outcome): 59.4% of students scored 50% or better on the financial accounting questions on the ACT 4497 capstone assessment Plans for improvement: Although the goal was met, Additional Plans for Improvement, May 2010 suggests further improvement. (See this document)

17 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Results and Continuous Improvement Plans Student Learning Outcomes Results: SLO 2: understand the fundamental concepts of auditing Expected Outcome: 50% of students will score 50% or better on auditing questions on a faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. (expected outcome) Results (Actual Outcome) 50.34% of the students scored 50% or better on the auditing questions on the faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT Continuous Improvement Plan/Summary ( ): Although the expected outcome was met, Points 1-6 under Plans and Improvements are expected to assist in improving audit scores as well as financial accounting scores. May 2010 update (for SP10) (See Table on prior page): Results (Actual Outcome): 64.3% of students scored 50% or better on the auditing questions on the ACT 4497 capstone assessment Plans for improvement: Although the goal was met, Additional Plans for Improvement, May 2010 addresses additional improvements.

18 Student Learning Outcomes-Accounting Results and Continuous Improvement Plans Student Learning Outcomes will be measured by: SLO 3: understand the fundamental tax law and tax regulation. Expected Outcome: 50% of students will score 50% or better on tax questions on a facultyprepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT4497. (expected outcome) Results (Actual Outcome): 67.46% of the students scored 50% or better on the tax questions on the faculty-prepared assessment exam given in the accounting capstone course, ACT Continuous Improvement Plan/Summary ( ): Because the actual outcome exceeded our expected outcome, the faculty has concentrated its efforts on financial accounting and auditing. Although effort has been concentrated in other areas, it is expected that Points 1-6 under Plans and Improvements should aid in maintaining scores that exceed expectations in the tax area. May 2010 update (for SP10) (See Table on previous page): Results (Actual Outcome): Less than 50% of students scored 50% or better on the financial accounting questions on the ACT 4497 capstone assessment Plans for improvement: See Additional Plans for Improvement, May 2010.

19 Student Learning Outcomes-Law Requirement Results and Continuous Improvement Plans SLO BS 1: Recognize, understand and apply the basic concepts of the law and its importance to business. SLO BS 1: Will be measured by results on the MFT. Expected Outcome: The overall percentage of USA students that score below TROY students will be 60% on the Law section of the MFT. Results (Actual Outcome): SLO BS 1: Law Component Outcomes (from MFT) Percent USA Students Scoring Below Year TROY students Meets/Fails % Fails % Fails % Fails % Fails Continuous Improvement Plan/Summary ( ): Plans for improvement for Law are developed and implemented in the Business Core.

20 Plans for Improvement, Update Spring 2010 Two semesters (four terms) of formative assessment results from the fundamental accounting classes (ACT 2291 and ACT 2292 Principles of Accounting I and II) have been collected:

21 Additional Plans for Improvement, May 2010 Plans for Improvement, Update Spring 2010 Plans for improvement of test results and processes resulting from the collection and analysis of formative assessment data include: Structure classroom activities and homework assignments in ACT 2291 and ACT 2292 to emphasize analytical and critical thinking skills. Appoint a committee to review the standardized homework assignments in ACT 2291 and ACT 2292 to ensure that the standardized homework supports the SLOs and maps directly to the SLOs assessed. Review the SLOs in each course and prepare a course map indicating how each SLO is related to topics covered in the course outline and map the course outline to the standardized homework. Review the test questions to ensure validity Plans for improvement related to the capstone exam assessment in ACT 4497 are continuous and on-going (based on plans for improvement suggested for on the next slide)

22 Troy Plans for Improvement Student Learning Outcomes MFT Result - Students scored in the 45 th percentile on the Accounting subscale. PFIs: 1. Continue restructure of Master Syllabi toward increased rigor to include: Learning map Specific standard measures for each SLO 2. Introduction of required readings MGT3371, 3. Institute stronger prerequisites 4. Continue the formulation and implementation of formative measures 5. See master Accounting report for additional plans for improvement.

23 Montgomery Plans for Improvement Student Learning Outcomes MFT Result - Students scored in the 35 th percentile on the Accounting subscale. PFIs: 1. Continue restructure of Master Syllabi toward increased rigor to include: Learning map Specific standard measures for each SLO 2. Introduction of required readings MGT3371, 3. Institute stronger prerequisites 4. Continue the formulation and implementation of formative measures 5. See master Accounting report for additional plans for improvement.

24 Dothan Plans for Improvement Student Learning Outcomes MFT Result - Students scored in the 30 th percentile on the Accounting subscale. PFIs: 1. Continue restructure of Master Syllabi toward increased rigor to include: Learning map Specific standard measures for each SLO 2. Introduction of required readings MGT3371, 3. Institute stronger prerequisites 4. Continue the formulation and implementation of formative measures 5. See master Accounting report for additional plans for improvement.

25 Phenix City Plans for Improvement Student Learning Outcomes MFT Result - Students scored in the 15 th percentile on the Accounting subscale. PFIs: 1. Continue restructure of Master Syllabi toward increased rigor to include: Learning map Specific standard measures for each SLO 2. Introduction of required readings MGT3371, 3. Institute stronger prerequisites 4. Continue the formulation and implementation of formative measures 5. See master Accounting report for additional plans for improvement.

26 Malaysia Plans for Improvement Student Learning Outcomes MFT Result - Students scored in the 5 th percentile on the Accounting subscale. PFIs: 1. Continue restructure of Master Syllabi toward increased rigor to include: Learning map Specific standard measures for each SLO 2. Introduction of required readings MGT3371, 3. Institute stronger prerequisites 4. Continue the formulation and implementation of formative measures 5. See master Accounting report for additional plans for improvement.

27 Plans for Improvement ( ) Based on prior assessment activities over the past three years, the program has implemented several improvements, including: 1. Review and make necessary changes in the adminstration of and content of the capstone assessment (ACT 4497 Auditing Assessment Exam) 2. Prepare, with Faculty input, a Strategic Plan for the School of Accountancy 3. Continue to review the current assessment methods and develop program outcomes based on professional (AICPA) standards. 4. Begin a reading initiative in undergraduate classes.

28 Recent Improvements ( ) Based on prior assessment activities over the past three years, the program has implemented several improvements, including: 1. Faculty sub-committees were formed for each of the core courses (See Note 1) 2. Reviewed/reorganized student learning outcomes for all core classes (See Note 2) 3. Reviewed the AICPA guidelines (Content Specification Outline, CSO) for the CPA exam and mapped courses to the outline (See Note 3) 4. An Assessment Committee consisting of volunteers from the Discipline Coordinating Committee was formed to review the current assessment methods and make any necessary changes. 5. An internship program was started (Fall 2008) (See Note 4) 6. An on-campus CPA review course was implemented on the Troy campus. (See Note 5)

29 2009: Plans for Improvement Complete the work of the Assessment Committee in planning and implementing a program assessment initiative Update: This plan is on-going. The Assessment Committee expects to complete its work in May Based on the work of the Assessment Committee, continue mapping SLOs to program competencies Program competencies were developed by the Assessment Committee and approved by the Accounting Faculty. Program competencies express what the Accounting Faculty expects of a graduating seniors Program competencies were developed based on published guidance from the AICPA. Update: The Assessment Committee expects to incorporate its program competencies into the SLOs in May Continued on next page

30 2009 (continued): Plans for Improvement Based on the program Assessment designed and implemented, design and implement a program for analyzing and acting upon the data generated by the program assessments (i.e., develop continuous improvement programs/plans.) Continue to review and refine SLOs for all accounting core courses Continue the on-going process of mapping SLOs and course content to the AICPA prepared Content Specification Outline (CSO) Continue regular meetings of faculty committees and subcommittees in all core areas. Update Spring 2010: These projects are on-going

31 Notes ( ) Note 1: To better address any problems identified from assessment data, subcommittees were formed for all accounting core courses. The subcommittees consist of all faculty from all campuses on which each core course is taught (e.g., the ACT3395 Managerial/Cost Accounting subcommittee consists of faculty assigned to teach ACT3395 on the Phenix City, Dothan, and Montgomery campuses.) The subcommittees are incorporated into the organizational structure as units of the Accounting Discipline Coordinating Committee.

32 Notes ( ) Note 2: The subcommittees for each course in the Accounting program reviewed the Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) for the course, the course purpose, and the course description to ensure that all expressed the view and commitment of the faculty (subcommittee members.) All faculty members who taught a course, regardless of the location or delivery mechanism, were invited to participate in the development of SLOs. As a result of this effort, the SLOs for several courses were rewritten.

33 Notes ( ) Note 3: To ensure that financial accounting coverage meets the standards set by the accounting profession, all faculty members were asked to map their course objectives (after revision as noted in Note 2) to the Content Specification Outline for the CPA examination After all faculty members mapped their coursework to the SLO s for their courses, a spreadsheet was prepared so that weaknesses could be identified and corrective action could be taken. This project is ongoing.

34 Notes ( ) Note 4: To assist students in applying the knowledge gained in their coursework, an internship program was started. Local, regional, and national accounting firms support the internship program by recruiting, hiring, and training senior level undergraduate students. Internships last one-half of one semester. Students are off-campus during that period. During the second part of the semester, students take accelerated on-campus courses so that the students graduate on schedule. Course schedules were revised to accommodate the accelerated courses.

35 Notes ( ) Note 5: A prominent national CPA review course has on-campus classes on the Troy campus. Students participate in the CPA review course while completing graduate coursework. The CPA review course is slightly longer than one semester. Students have an opportunity to sit for all parts of the CPA examination during the CPA review course. The review course is taught in four sections: (1) Auditing, (2) Financial Accounting, (3) Regulation, and (4) Business Concepts. Participation in the review course is voluntary (i.e., the review course is not part of degree requirements.)

36 Business Core Outcomes Affecting Accounting Program Overview: It is expected that accounting majors will demonstrate sufficient knowledge of business concepts to succeed in professional positions and/or graduate programs. It is also expected that the accounting faculty and the accounting program will provide support classes for the accounting core components of the business program (ACT 2291 Principles of Accounting I and ACT 2292 Principles of Accounting II). The following presentation pages demonstrate expected results, actual results and plans for improvement for the accounting integration into the business core program and for accounting students success in the business core required components.

37 Accounting Program Outcomes: Troy Demonstrate general business proficiency with respect to the business core as measured by 70% of College of Business Students are expected to score within one standard deviation at the national average on the Major Field Test (MFT.) (expected outcome) % of students met the goal. (actual outcome) % of students met the goal. (actual outcome) th percentile, standard is met (actual outcome) Continuous Improvement Plan/Summary: Continue to work with faculty from other disciplines to ensure that accounting students are well-prepared for the MFT.

38 Troy University MFT Subscores Undergraduate Academic Years through

39 Troy University MFT Subscores Undergraduate Academic Years through

40 Troy University MFT Subscores Undergraduate Academic Years through

41 Troy University MFT Subscores Undergraduate Academic Years through

42 Plans for Improvement Accounting, Troy 75 % of majors report that they agree or strongly agree that the advisor provides accurate information about the major and program requirements. This level fails to meet expectations. 1. Standardized orientations are being created to provide information to all SCOB students. Orientations will be available through multiple delivery methods. Orientations will include explicit information concerning the end-of-program as well as formative exams. Student expectations for advising will be included. 2. Advisors will attend workshops to improve reliability of information not covered by the catalogs. 75 % of seniors evaluate faculty accessibility as good or excellent. This level fails to meet expectations. 1. Associate Deans and Department Chairs/Site Directors are charged with monitoring faculty accessibility. Each syllabus must specify faculty accessibility in compliance with the Faculty Handbook. Monitoring will take place at the local level.

43 Plans for Improvement Accounting, Troy 85% of seniors evaluate major program as good or excellent. This standard exceeds expectations. 1. Post/ comparative information e.g. CPA pass rates 2. Post/ faculty accomplishments 3. Post/ program curriculum updates 85% of seniors evaluate major instructors as good or excellent. This standard exceeds expectations. Faculty development workshops will focus on perceptions of improvement, e.g. posting grades in a timely manner, publishing clear criteria for grading, and currency in discipline.

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