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 جامعة Colorado State’s College of Business التخصص المحاسبى اذا كنت طالب وتريد ان تعرف معلومات عن تلك الجامعة والدكتوراة وتحضير الماجيستير والابتعاث اليك أفضل النتائج عن تلك الجامعة العرية وأدق المعلومات النادرة الأمريكية

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مُساهمةموضوع: جامعة Colorado State’s College of Business التخصص المحاسبى اذا كنت طالب وتريد ان تعرف معلومات عن تلك الجامعة والدكتوراة وتحضير الماجيستير والابتعاث اليك أفضل النتائج عن تلك الجامعة العرية وأدق المعلومات النادرة الأمريكية   الأحد فبراير 10, 2008 11:07 pm


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فى التخصص المحاسبى جامعة Colorado State’s College of Business التخصص المحاسبى اذا كنت طالب وتريد ان تعرف معلومات عن تلك الجامعة والدكتوراة وتحضير الماجيستير والابتعاث اليك أفضل النتائج عن تلك الجامعة العرية وأدق المعلومات النادرة الأمريكية
Colorado State’s College of Business is among a select group of business programs in the U.S. and Canada that is accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Undergraduate Programs of Study
Accounting

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This concentration captures the always evolving occupation of accounting in its curriculum and helps students to gain top-of-the-line skills as they prepare to be professionals in public, private, and governmental organizations.

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Placement of our graduates is strong especially with the Big Four CPA firms. Historically, our students have done well on the CPA examination. All of our full-time faculty hold Ph.D.s and are active researchers. Many are leading scholars in their fields.

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Career opportunities include but are not limited to: auditors, analysts, consultants, controllers, entrepreneurs, managers, and planners. We also offer a Master of Science Degree in Accounting.

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Visit the department website for more information




Undergraduate Progra

Course Descriptions

ACT 205 03 (3-0-0) Fundamentals of Accounting. F, S, SS. For non-business majors. Credit not allowed for both ACT 205 and ACT 210.
Understanding of financial statements to support financial and managerial decision making. (NT-O)

ACT 210 03 (3-0-0) Introduction to Financial Accounting F, S ,SS.
Prerequisite: BUS 100. Credit not allowed for both ACT 210 and ACT 205.
Use of accounting information by decision makers; development of the basic accounting model, and issues concerning income cash flows.

ACT 220 03 (3-0-0) Introduction to Managerial Accounting F, S ,SS. Prerequisite: ACT 205 or ACT 210; CIS 150 or concurrent registration or CS 110 or concurrent registration.
Use of accounting information in internal decision making.

ACT 310 03 (3-0-0). Financial Statement Analysis F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 220. For business Majors. Credit not allowed for both ACT 310 and ACT 311.
Analysis of balance sheet and income statement accounts.


ACT 311 03 (3-0-0) Intermediate Accounting I F.
Prerequisite: ACT 205 with grade of B- or better or ACT 210 with grade of B- or better; ACT 220 with grade B- or better. Credit not allowed for both ACT 311 and ACT 310.
Asset and liability accounting.

ACT 312 03 (3-0-0) Intermediate Accounting II F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 311.
Equity structure of corporations; analysis and interpretation of accounting data.

ACT 321 03 (3-0-0) Cost Management F.
Prerequisite: ACT 220.
Utilizing budgetary and cost accounting information for planning, controlling, and decision making.

ACT 330 03 (3-0-0) Introduction to Taxation F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 205 or ACT210.
Introduction to U.S. taxation, with emphasis on federal income tax; impact of taxation on business deciaions.


ACT 350 03 (3-0-0) Accounting Information Systems F, S. Prerequisite: ACT 220 and ACT 321.
Design, administration and control of accounting information systems; use of accounting systems software.

ACT 411 03 (3-0-0) Advanced Accounting F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 312.
Accounting for branches and subsidiaries, partnerships, and business combinations. Accounting for multi-national business transactions.

ACT 421 03 (3-0-0) Management Control Systems S.
Prerequisite: ACT 220
Business transaction cycles. Laws and regulations regarding responsibility for internal control. Performance measurement systems and controllership.

ACT 430 03 (3-0-0) Income Tax Accounting F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 330
Basic structure of federal income tax law; impact of taxes on decision making; social security taxes.

ACT 431 03 (3-0-0) Corporate Taxation F.
Prerequisite: Act 220; ACT 330
Federal income tax principles pertaining to formation and operation of corporate entities.

ACT 435 03 (3-0-0) Multi-Jurisdictional Tax F.
Prerequisite: ACT 330
Tax planning and compliance issues for entities doing business in multi-state and multi-nation locales.


ACT 441 03 (3-0-0) Auditing Practices F, S.
Prerequisite: ACT 312, ACT 350.
Environment, professional standards, and practices involved in auditing financial statements and performance of other assurance services.


ACT 442 03(3-0-0) International Accounting SS
Prerequisite: ACT 220 Credit not allowed for both ACT 442 and ACT 642
International accounting issues facing multi-national enterprises.

ACT 487 Var. Internship
Supervised work experience in public, industry, or governmental accounting.


ACT 495 Var. Independent Study

ACT 496 Var. Group Study

ACT 498 Var [1-3]. Research
ACT 501 03 (3-0-0) Accounting for Global Sustainable Enterprise F.
Prerequisite: Admission to GSSE program
Basic of U.S. and international financial reporting; accounting issues for non-profit enterprises; budgeting; managerial decision making.

ACT 511 03(3-0-0) Advanced Accounting I F.
Prerequisite: ACT 312
Accounting for business combinations and consolidations in corporate restructuring and alternative organizational forms.

ACT 540 03 (3-0-0) Professional Ethics and Responsibilities S.
Prerequisite: ACT 311
Ethical practice of professional accounting.

ACT 550 03 (3-0-0) Electronic Commerce Accounting Issues S.
Prerequisite ACT 350; ACT 421
Electronic commerce resources available and tools required of today's professional accountant.

ACT 561 03 (3-0-0) Legal and Regulatory Issues in Accounting F, S. Prerequisite: BUS 205 or BUS 260.
Contracts, ownership, bankruptcy (debtor/creditor relationship), formation of business ethics, regulation of accounting profession. (NT-V)

ACT 570 03 (3-0-0). Governmental Accounting & Assurance Services S.
Prerequisite: ACT 441.
Accounting for, and financial reporting by, local government units and related assurance services. (NT-V)

ACT 600 03 (3-0-0) Accounting for Managers F.
Prerequisite: Admission to a master's program in business.
Cost management, budgeting, profitability analysis and decision making.

ACT 601A-B 03 (3-0-0) Professional Practice
Management of accounting practice; professional ethics and regulation; research techniques. A) Taxation F Prerequisite: ACT 330. (NT-O)
B) Financial accounting S. Prerequisite: ACT 612. (NT-O)


ACT 612 03 (3-0-0) Contemporary Financial Accounting Issues F Prerequisite: ACT 312.
Historical development of accounting; controversial issues involved in calculations and disclosure of enterprise periodic income. (NT-O)

ACT 622 03 (3-0-0) Advanced Cost & Managerial Accounting S Prerequisite: ACT 321
Contributions of cost accounting to decision making and planning. (NT-O)

ACT 630 03 (3-0-0) Tax and Accounting Research F
Prerequisite: ACT 220
Research aspects of professional accounting and tax practices; development of oral and written communications skills.

ACT 631 03 (3-0-0) Corporate Taxation F.
Prerequisite: ACT 330.
Federal income tax principles and problems pertaining to formation and operation of corporate entities. (NT-V)

ACT 633 03 (3-0-0) Flow-Through Enttites S.
Prerequisite: ACT 220
Federal income tax principles and problems pertaining to flow-through entities. (NT-V)

ACT 635 03 (3-0-0) State and Local Taxation F.
Prerequisite: ACT 220.
Tax planning and compliance issues for entities doing business in multijurisdictional locales. (NT-O)

ACT 636 03 (3-0-0) Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders SS.
Prerequisite: ACT 220
Federal income tax principles and problems relating to reorganization, consolidation, and termination of corporations. (NT-V)

ACT 639 03 (3-0-0) Special Topics in Taxation S.
Prerequisite: ACT 601A.; ACT 631
Taxation of not-for -profit entities; international tax issues; other contemporary topics.

ACT 641 03 (3-0-0) Contemporary Auditing S.
Prerequisite: ACT 441.
Seminar exploring various facets of the assurance services environment. (NT-V)

ACT 642 03 (3-0-0) International Accounting SS.
Prerequisite: ACT 220. Credit not allowed for both ACT 642 and ACT 442.
Preparation for work with multinational companies in coordinating operations to adhere to global regulations and customs. (NT-O)

ACT 679A-B 03 (3-0-0) Capstone Seminar F, S, SS.
Final project integrating material from prior courses. A) Taxation Prerequisite: ACT 601A; ACT 631. B) Financial Accounting. Prerequisite: ACT 601B. (NT-O)


ACT 695 Var. Independent Study
ACT 6969 Var. Group Study


Student Activities


The College of Business sponsors a number of honorary and professional student organizations including Beta Alpha Psi (honorary Accounting fraternity) and the Accounting Club (student division of the Institute of Management Accountants.)

Beta Alpha Psi sponsors professional and social activities, which involve both the "Big Four" accounting firms and businesses from the private sector. Membership in Beta Alpha Psi is considered a mark of scholastic excellence. Moreover, it provides an excellent opportunity to associate with members and practicing accountants. Accounting, Finance, and CIS majors in the top 35% of the College of Business are eligible to join.
Additional information: Professor Barry Lewis;
Barry.Lewis@business.colostate.edu
Website:
http://www.business.colostate.edu/bap/

Both organizations encourage professional development through seminars and programs attracting representatives from public accounting, industry and government. Members are also active in the social life of the College of Business, participating in intramural sports and sponsoring banquets and other social events for students and faculty.
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