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1 Department of Accounting Kevin James, Chairperson MISSION The mission of the Department of Accounting at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is to provide a high quality learning experience in accounting education enhanced by faculty scholarship. The academic and related programs of the Department are designed to provide students with the technical skills and ethical values required for a variety of accounting careers. These programs also provide opportunities for the development of the communication, critical thinking, analytical, interpersonal, and technological skills required for life-long learning and competitive performance in a diverse and global economic environment. ACCREDITATION The undergraduate accounting program is accredited by the AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. DEGREE OFFERED Accounting Bachelor of Science GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS The major in Accounting must complete a minimum of 127 semester hours consistent with the curriculum guide presented below. Accounting majors must earn a minimum grade of C in UNST 110, UNST 221, MATH 111, MATH 112, BUED 360, ACCT 221, ECON 305, MGMT 481 and MGMT 520. DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Majors in the department must earn a minimum grade of C in the 10 (30 hours) courses listed as major program requirements for accounting in the applicable University Bulletin. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Students majoring in Accounting are prepared for careers in public and/or corporate accounting, business and government, and are provided with an appropriate background for graduate study. REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES FOR ACCOUNTING ACCT 221 ACCT 443 ACCT 561 ACCT 222 ACCT 444 ACCT 562 ACCT 441 ACCT 545 FIN 453 ACCT 442 CURRICULUM GUIDE FOR ACCOUNTING FRESHMAN YEAR UNST UNST MATH MATH UNST UNST UNST BUED UNST MGMT HPED Elective 1 1 HPED Elective SOPHOMORE YEAR ACCT ACCT ECON ECON ECON ECON MIS BUED SPCH Cluster Theme Elective 2 3 ACCT ACCT

2 JUNIOR YEAR ACCT ACCT ACCT ACCT FIN MKTG MGMT FIN 553 or MGMT Cluster Theme Elective 2 3 Cluster Theme 2 /Nonbusiness Elective MGMT SENIOR YEAR ACCT ACCT ACCT Accounting Elective 5 3 MGMT MGMT 462 or ACCT Cluster Theme 2 /Non-business Elective 3 3 MGMT 520*** 3 Business Elective 4 3 Nonbusiness Elective Total Credit Hours: 127 ***Capstone Course *Accounting majors must earn a minimum of a C in all 10 (30 hours) courses listed as major program requirements in the applicable University Bulletin for the selected area of study and a C in the accounting elective. Accounting majors must also earn a minimum of C in MGMT 220 and BUED 210. Students in the Department of Accounting satisfy the University Global Studies Requirement through the integration of Global Studies throughout the Accounting curriculum and with FIN 553 or MGMT 526. Students in the School of Business and Economics must earn a minimum grade of C in the following courses: UNST 110, UNST 221, BUED 360, MATH 111, MATH 112, ACCT 221, ECON 305, MGMT 481, and MGMT 520. FOOTNOTES: 1 Recommended Courses: HPED 105, 107, 113, Students are required to select one cluster theme and take 12 credit hours within the same theme. The cluster theme should be selected in the Fall Semester of the sophomore year. Recommended theme clusters include Energy, Environment, and Society and Community, Conflict, and Society. UNST 221, MATH 111, and MATH 112 are accepted for every cluster. MGMT 361, which is a required course, is accepted for two clusters- Energy, Environment, and Society and Community, Conflict, and Society. Consequently, if students select one of the two recommended clusters, they need only 1 additional theme elective since MATH 111, MATH 112, and MGMT 361are included in the two recommended clusters. 3 Students must select nonbusiness electives according to the criteria below: A) Students must select one course (3 credit hours) from the following: PHIL 262, SPCH 251, SPCH 552, ENGL 226, ENGL 300 or ENGL 305. B) Remaining nonbusiness elective requirements may be satisfied by ECON 415 or any course offered outside of the School of Business and Economics. Recommendations include courses from the disciplines of natural science, foreign language, speech, and writing. 4 Students should select one of the following courses: ECON 415, MIS 440, FIN 550, or FIN 553. Students planning to take the CPA Exam should select FIN Students should select from ACCT 445, ACCT 491, ACCT 563, ACCT 590 and ACCT 643. Students planning to take the CPA Exam should select ACCT 590 and/or ACCT 643. ACCT 203 and ACCT 446 may not be used as an accounting elective by accounting majors. 6 Students planning to take the CPA Exam should select ACCT 463. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS IN ACCOUNTING ACCT 203. Fundamentals of Accounting for Decision Making Credit 3(3-0) The course defines and identifies accounting information as approached from the perspective of an end-user. Course coverage includes financial accounting and managerial accounting concepts. The financial accounting concepts discussed include the meaning of the basic accounting equation, accounting for merchandising business, and financial statement analysis. The managerial accounting topics include cost behavior, cost-volume profit, budgeting, and cost tracking and analysis. This course may not substitute for accounting or elective requirements for majors in the School of Business and Economics. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. (F;S;SS)

3 ACCT 221. Principles of Accounting I Credit 3(3-1) This course is the entry level accounting course. It covers the accounting cycle including classification, recording, and summarization of general business transactions and the preparation and use of financial statements. Special accounting procedures for current assets, long-term assets, current liabilities, and partnerships are covered. Prerequisites: C or above in MGMT 220 and sophomore standing. (F;S;SS) ACCT 222. Principles of Accounting II Credit 3(3-1) This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I. The first part of the course covers financial accounting topics including long-term liabilities, stockholders equity, investments, statement of cash flows, and financial statement analysis. The remainder of the course covers basic managerial accounting concepts such as job order and process costing, cost allocation, cost-volume profit analysis, and budgeting. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 221. (F;S;SS) ACCT 301. Accounting Colloquium I Credit 1 (1-1) This course introduces accounting majors to the accounting profession and to the resources needed to prepare for an accounting career. Topics covered include exposure to varied career opportunities in the accounting profession; preparation for the professional examinations; development of presentation and analytical skills; and identification/discussion of current and emerging issues in the profession. Additionally, learning assurance assessment activities will be conducted as needed. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and Accounting major (F,S) ACCT 302. Accounting Colloquium II Credit 1 (1-1) Accounting Colloquium II is a continuation of ACCT 301. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACCT 301 or permission of Chairperson, Sophomore standing, and Accounting major (F,S) ACCT 441. Intermediate Accounting I Credit 3(3-1) This course is an intensive study of financial accounting. The theories and concepts that define the content of the income statement, statement of retained earnings, and the balance sheet are studied in detail. Emphasis is placed on the theory and practice related to the accounting for asset accounts. Topics covered include cash and cash equivalents, receivables, fixed assets, and intangibles. Prerequisites: C or above in ACCT 221 and ACCT 222, junior standing, Accounting and Finance majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 442. Intermediate Accounting II Credit 3(3-1) This course is a continuation of Accounting 441. It emphasizes theories and practices related to the accounting for liabililties, stockholders equity and corporations, dilutive securities, earnings per share, revenue recognition, taxes, pensions, leases, accounting changes, and the statement of cash flows. Attention is also given to accounting for investments and derivatives. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 441, Accounting and Finance majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 443. Income Tax Accounting Credit 3(3-1) This course is a study of federal income tax laws for individuals. While the course focuses on a determination of tax liabilityand computation of taxable income, the tax structure, tax administration, property transactions and accounting periods and methods are also covered. Students are introduced to tax software for individuals. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 222 and junior standing, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 444. Cost Accounting Credit 3(3-1) This course is a study of the principles and methodology of product and inventory cost determination and the effect on income measurement for manufacturing concerns, including job order and process costing under historical and standard cost systems. The course emphasizes strategic cost management and decision-making in a contemporary business environment. Coverage is also given to activity-based costing, cost-volume profit analysis, target costing, pricing decisions, planning, budgeting, variance analysis, and modern decision tools. Prerequisites: C or above in ACCT 222 and junior standing, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS)

4 ACCT 445. Selected Topics in Accounting Credit 3(3-1) Topics covered give additional consideration to selected accounting problems. Current accounting issues/problems and approaches to their resolution are examined. Governmental and not-for-profit topics are also considered. Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACCT 222 and junior standing. (F) ACCT 446. Managerial Accounting Credit 3(3-0) This course covers fundamental managerial accounting concepts and techniques for planning and controlling organizational resources, and short-term decision-making. Topics include product costing, activity-based costing, budgeting, cost-volume profit analysis, decision analysis, responsibility accounting, and ethics in the management accounting environment. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 222. (F;S;SS) ACCT 463. Commercial Law Credit 3(3-0) In this course, the critical provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code will be examined in detail. Other topics will include anti-trust, security law, suretyship, professional liability, bulk transfers, and labor law. Prerequisites: MGMT 361 and senior standing, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 491. Fundamentals of Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting Credit 3(3-1) This course presents basic concepts of accounting for governmental and nonprofit entities. Financial reporting, budgeting, funds sources and uses, and the environment in which these entities operate are also explored. Differences in reporting by governmental entities and non-profit organizations, based on compliance with different standard-setting bodies, are covered. Accounting for local and state governments, non-profit organizations, colleges and universities, as well as health care organizations is included in this course. Prerequisites: C or above in ACCT 222 and senior standing, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 545. Advanced Accounting Credit 3(3-1) This course emphasizes special topics and complex issues that include partnerships, business combinations, multinational businesses, and other selective advanced accounting topics. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 442, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 561. Auditing Principles Credit 3(3-1) This course focuses on the conceptual/practical aspects of the examination of historical financial statements by independent accountants within the framework of generally accepted accounting principles and generally accepted auditing standards. Detailed coverage is given to audit reporting, audit evidence, internal control, fraud auditing, and the numerous activities taking place during the various phases of the audit engagement. Professional ethics and auditor legal liability are addressed. In addition to audits of historical financial statements, the course addresses other assurance services commonly provided by public accounting firms. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 442, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 562. Accounting Systems Credit 3(3-1) This course is an introduction to accounting systems analysis and design, with particular emphasis on internal controls. It explores the appropriate ethical considerations in the development and reporting of accounting information. The course places an emphasis on financial information needs and computer auditing techniques. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 441, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) ACCT 563. Contemporary Cost Accounting Topics Credit 3 (3-0) The course covers contemporary issues/problems in cost and managerial accounting in the context of the modern business environment. Emphasis is given to cost information systems, analytical models, global aspects in management accounting, decision models, nontraditional accounting systems and other specialized cost topics. Case methodology and computer analysis are utilized. Prerequisites: Minimum Grade of C in ACCT 444. (S)

5 ACCT 590. Seminar in Accounting Theory Credit 3(3-1) This course focuses on the fundamental accounting concepts, principles, and procedures that make up the theoretical underpinning of financial accounting. In addition, emphasis is placed on knowledge needed for the CPA Exam. Topics reviewed include structure of financial statements, depreciation methods, inventory valuation, revenue recognition, fair value accounting, liabilities, pensions, leases, and taxes. This course is NOT recommended for audit. Prerequisites: C or above in ACCT 442, senior standing and permission of instructor, Accounting majors only (F;S;SS) ACCT 643. Advanced Income Tax Accounting Credit 3(3-1) This course is a study of federal income tax laws related to partnerships, corporations, and fiduciaries. A study of property transactions is continued. Students are introduced to tax case research and the tax software for businesses. It is recommended that this course be taken for credit only and not for audit purposes. Prerequisite: C or above in ACCT 443, Accounting majors only. (F;S;SS) DIRECTORY OF FACULTY Ronald Campbell Assistant Professor B.A., Oakwood College; M.B.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D., Texas A & M University; CPA Lemuria Carter Assistant Professor B.S., Virginia State University; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University William D. Cooper Professor B.B.A., M.B.A., Georgia State University; Ph.D. University of Arkansas Quiester Craig Professor and Dean B.A., Morehouse College; M.B.A., Atlanta University; Ph.D., University of Missouri at Columbia; CPA Cheryl Duncan-Gill Adjunct Instructor B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.B.A., University of Wisconsin- Madison; CPA Gwendolyn Highsmith-Quick Associate Professor B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.B.A., University of Wisconsin at Madison; Ph.D., University of Houston; CPA Kevin James..Associate Professor and Chairperson B.B.A., Middle Tennessee State University; M.B.A., Middle Tennessee State University; Ph.D., University of Tennessee; CPA Mark Kiel Associate Professor B.S., Alabama State University; M.B.A., Atlanta University; Ph.D., University of Georgia; CPA Charles Malone Associate Professor A.B., Boston University College of Liberal Arts; J.D., Boston University School of Law; M.B.A., Columbia University Graduate School of Business; Ph.D., University of Missouri at Columbia; CPA Gwendolyn McFadden-Wade Associate Professor B.S., South Carolina State College; M. Acc., University of South Carolina; J. D., Stetson University College of Law; LL. M., University of Florida College of Law; CPA Lisa Owens-Jackson...Associate Professor B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.A., The Ohio State University; Ph.D., Oklahoma State University Brandis Phillips Assistant Professor B.A., Michigan State University; M.B.A., University of Iowa; Ph.D., Michigan State University; CPA

6 Deborah Prentice Assistant Professor B.S., Indiana University- Northwest; M.B.A., Indiana University- Northwest; Ph.D., University of Alabama; CPA Diana Robinson Associate Professor B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.B.A., Duke University; Ph.D., Oklahoma State University; CPA Jerry Thorne Associate Professor B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D., Texas A&M University; CPA

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