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1 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Coggin College of Business Accounting & Finance Course Descriptions ACG2021: Principles of Financial Accounting Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and completion of College Algebra (MAC 1105) or equivalent with "C" or better. This course is a conceptual introduction to financial accounting. In this course, primary emphasis is placed on income measurement and the interpretation of conventional financial statements. ACG2071: Principles of Managerial Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 2021 and MAC 1105 (College Algebra) or equivalents each with a grade of "C" or better. Conceptual introduction to managerial accounting. Accounting for cost reporting and control. Reports, statements, and analytical tools used by management. ACG10: Intermediate Accounting Problems and Concepts I Prerequisite: ACG 2021 with a "C" or better. Corequisite: CGS The course is a study of accounting principles and assumptions underlying the theories of matching costs and revenues to determine income and financial position. The course stresses asset acquisition, valuation, and allocation. The course encourages a critical evaluation of existing accounting theory and practice. ACG11: Intermediate Accounting Problems and Concepts II Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better. This course is a continuation of ACG 10. ACG12: Intermediate Accounting Problems and Concepts III Prerequisite: ACG 11 with "C" or better. This course is a continuation of ACG 11 with emphasis on special contemporary problems, FASB pronouncements, and fund accounting.

2 ACG501: Fund Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better. This course includes specific accounting methods and techniques applicable to governmental and not-for-profit organizations. ACG4201: Advanced Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 12 with "C" or better. In-depth study of consolidated financial statements. Other topics include accounting for foreign operations, and international accounting standards. ACG4251: International Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 11 with "C" or better. An in-depth study of the major issues and practices in international accounting. Topics include history, environmental influences, the international monetary system, accounting for changes in monetary values, contemporary issues, information disclosure, pricing, international information systems, international auditing standards and professional groups. ACG461: Cost Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 2071 and CGS 1100 with "C" or better. This course includes an analysis of cost data for goods and services for planning, controlling and decisionmaking. ACG481: Controllership Prerequisite: ACG 461 with "C" or better. A study of the duties and responsibilities of the chief accounting officer in a business organization. Topics will include the relationship of the controller to other officers of an organization and the selection and use of accounting data for control and decision-making. ACG4401: Accounting Information Systems Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better. This course includes analysis, design and implementation of transaction processing cycles and the roles they play in the internal control of the organization. ACG4621: EDP Auditing and Control Prerequisites: ACG 4401 and ACG 4651 or ACG 4671 with "C" or better. How to design effective and efficient systems of internal control, and how to perform audits in an EDP environment. Special emphasis on software, auditing techniques, advanced techniques and computer security. ACG4651: Auditing Prerequisite: ACG 11 and ACG 4401 with "C" or better. This course includes an examination of the external auditor's professional responsibilities and functions in today's international marketplace. This course addresses audit planning, internal control evaluation, substantive testing, and report generation in detail. ACG4671: Internal Auditing Prerequisite: ACG 11 and ACG 4401 with "C" or better. This course is an examination of corporate governance perspectives, managing risk, and internal controls.

3 It examines the internal auditor's role in evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Particular emphasis is placed on the professional standards of internal auditing, audit approaches, managing the internal audit, and planning, performing, and reporting audit work. ACG4682: Forensic Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 4401 With "C" or better. This course is an examination of the tools and techniques utilized in the investigation of financial fraud. Particular emphasis is placed upon fraudulent financial reporting, litigation support, cybercrime, business valuation, and disaster recovery and reconstruction. ACG486: Accounting and Management Control in the Film Industry Prerequisite: ACG 10 This course is an exploration of accounting and management control systems for highly creative activities, using the film industry as a model. There is a particular emphasis on the preparation and analysis of film budgets. ACG4901: Directed Independent Study in v. 1- Accounting Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better and a UNF GPA of.00 or above. Special studies undertaken independently by students under the supervision of an accounting department faculty member. Student must have the faculty supervisor and Department Chairperson's approval of a special study prior to enrollment. May be repeated with change of content up to a maximum of 6 credits. ACG491: Special Topics in Accounting v. 1- Prerequisite: ACG 2071 with "C" or better and permission of advisor or department chair. Study of special topics not offered in other departmental courses. May be repeated with change of content up to a maximum of nine credits. ACG4941: Accounting Internship v. 1- Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better and a UNF GPA of.00 or above. Significant accounting work experience with a cooperating accounting business, governmental or civic organization. Credit depends upon length of internship. Prior approval of advisor and department chair is required. Grading is on a pass/fail basis. ACG4944: Small Business Counseling Prerequisite: ACG 10 with "C" or better and permission of instructor and department chair. Practicum in providing assistance to small businesses with accounting problems. ACG4956: Study Abroad in Accounting v. 1-9 Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Students will study a country's business practices, with a particular emphasis on accounting. During this course, the student will: understand the culture, geography, history, and politics of the country; travel to the country; study the difference between business in the U.S. and business in that country; and learn about the current issues facing that nation. The course will have three phases: pre-trip preparation and orientation, foreign travel, and post-trip work. May be repeated up to 9 credits.

4 FIN140: Personal Finance Survey of the problems and techniques of personal financial planning. Includes consumer credit, insurance, taxes, home ownership, personal investment, managing cash income, controlling expenditures, and estate planning. This course may not be taken for credit by students majoring in financial services or finance. FIN0: Financial Markets and Institutions Prerequisite: ECO 201, FIN 40 This course presents financial markets theory and applies it to the mechanisms of financial markets and institutions. Themes include the supply of and demand for loanable funds; interest rate theory and determination; money and capital markets; and monetary, fiscal and debt management policies by various types of financial institutions. FIN40: Financial Management Prerequisites: ACG 2071, STA 202, ECO 202 with "C" or better. Management techniques for and considerations in determining short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term financial needs. Sources of funds available to management and the relevant financial instruments will be examined. FIN4126: Seminar in Financial Planning Prerequisites: FIN 4504 and REE 404. This course is designed to study current issues in financial planning in case analysis and discussions. Usually offered in the spring only. FIN412: Estate Planning Prerequisite: TAX 721. Fundamentals of estate planning, social and family implications of federal/state taxation of transfers of wealth by gift or at death. Study of trusts, guardianships and post mortem planning. How planning is affected by business assets, employee benefits, and insurance will also be studied. Offered only in spring term. FIN4414: Financial Management II Prerequisite: FIN 40 with "C" or better. Examination of advanced topics in financial management of the profit-making firm, including determination of funds, cost of capital, and capital-structure planning. Case discussion is used in addition to readings and problems. FIN4461: Financial Statement Analysis Prerequisite: FIN 40. This course is an in-depth analysis of financial statements, and of the bases which underlie their preparation. It presents a thorough understanding of the process of income determination and of asset and liability measurement, as well as the distortions to which these may be subject. FIN4504: Investments Prerequisite: FIN 40 with "C" or better. Principles and practices of investments; factors influencing security values.

5 FIN4514: Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management Prerequisite: FIN Examination of the theoretical framework, analytical tools, and decision-making skills required for analysis and selection of investments. Portfolio selection, management, and performance evaluation are also considered. FIN45: Derivatives Prerequisites: FIN This course introduces students to the theoretical and practical aspects of the markets for financial futures, options, and other derivatives. Normally offered in the fall semester only. FIN4556: Behavioral Finance Prerequisite: FIN This course introduces students to the area of behavioral finance, which is a rapidly growing area that deals with the influence of psychology on the behavior of financial practitioners. Behavioral phenomena play an important role in portfolio theory, asset pricing, corporate finance, and the pricing of derivative financial instruments. This course covers behavioral biases, violations of the EMH and market prediction, individual and institutional investor behavior, and corporate finance. Normally offered in the spring semester only. FIN4560: Student Managed Investment Fund I Prerequisite: FIN This is the first in a sequence of two courses whereby students manage a real portfolio of securities. The students selected establish the security selection criteria, research the prospective investments, generate reports, make decisions to buy or sell, and execute the trades. Administrative responsibilities are assigned and analyst teams are formed. Students accepted into the course must continue to Student Managed Investment Fund II during the next term. FIN4561: Student Managed Investment Fund II Prerequisite: FIN This is a continuation of Student Managed Investment Fund I. Students continue to evaluate securities; however, more attention is directed at beginning to position the portfolio for the idle summer months by identifying core holding, and the preparation of the Annual Fund Report. FIN4604: International Finance Prerequisite: FIN 40. A comprehensive survey of international finance. Provides a basic understanding of the forces that affect the relative values of currencies, the financial problems associated with international capital markets, and international institutions. Case studies will be used to illustrate specific situations. FIN491: Special Topics in Finance v. 1- Prerequisites: FIN 40 and permission of advisor and department chair. Study of special topics not offered in other departmental courses. May be repeated with change of content up to a maximum of 6 credits. FIN4941: Finance Internship v. 1- Prerequisite: FIN 40. Significant finance work experiences with a cooperating business, governmental or civic organization. Credit depends upon length of internship. Prior approval of advisor and department chair is required. Grading is on a pass/fail basis.

6 FIN4956: Study Abroad in Finance v. 1-9 Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Students will study a country's business practices with a particular emphasis on finance. During this course, the student will: understand the culture, geography, history, and politics of the country; travel to the country; study the differences between business in the U.S. and business in that country; and learn about the current issues facing that nation. The course will have three phases: pre-trip preparation and orientation, foreign travel, and post-trip work. REE404: Real Estate Analysis Prerequisite to all other courses in real estate and regional development. Decisionmaking process for development, financing, marketing, and management of real estate within the framework of our government, economic, legal, and social systems. Does meet course content requirements of Florida Real Estate Commission for obtaining a real estate license. REE410: Real Estate Appraisal Prerequisite: REE 404. Valuation and appraisal framework applied to residential and income-producing property. Emphasis on valuation theory and process as a tool for business decisions. REE4204: Real Estate Finance Prerequisite: REE 404. Financial analysis and structuring of real estate projects, traditional and creative concepts and mechanisms for construction and permanent financing, portfolio problems, governmental programs, money and mortgage market analysis, computers and financial models. REE40: Real Estate Finance and Investments Prerequisite: FIN 40, REE 404. Advanced concepts, principles and models of real estate finance and investment analysis. Emphasis on case analysis and policy information. Usually offered in the spring only. REE4900: Directed Individual Study v. 1- Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Investigation of selected problems and topics of current and permanent import in real estate and urban land economics. May be repeated with change of content up to a maximum of six credits. RMI011: Risk Management and Insurance An understanding of the importance of risk in the business firm and the family unit; principles underlying the selection of the means of handling economic risk; analysis of insurance as one of the techniques of risk management. Usually offered in the spring only. RMI415: Employee Benefit Plans Prerequisite: MAN 025. Study of the group and social insurance that provide death, disability, and retirement benefits. Analysis of contractual arrangements, benefit formulas, financing, underwriting.

7 TAX001: Federal Income Tax Prerequisite: ACG 2071 with "C" or better. The federal income tax law as it applies primarily to individuals. TAX011: Income Tax for Corporations and Partnerships Prerequisite: TAX 001 with "C" or better and ACG 10 with a "C" or better. This course is a survey of federal income taxation of corporations and partnerships. TAX721: Tax Planning in Financial Decisions Prerequisite: ACG 2021 with a "C" or better. A study designed for those business students interested in a general understanding of the tax law and its implications for the planning and decision-making processes necessary for both individuals and business entities. Accounting majors may not take this course for credit. TAX4901: Directed Independent Study in Taxation v. 1- Prerequisites: TAX 001 with a "C" or better and permission of the instructor and department chairperson. The course involves special studies undertaken independently by students under the supervision of an accounting department faculty member. The course may be repeated with change of content up to a maximum of 6 credits. Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL 2224 Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

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