ACCT 690. Emerging Issues in Management Accounting.
(3-0-3); on demand.
Prerequisites: graduate standing and 21 semester hours of undergraduate accounting courses, or consent of instructor. This course examines the accounting information needs of management in support of emerging management strategies. The primary focus is on identification of accounting information needs to support management decisions in companies pursuing emerging strategies such as, but not limited to e-commerce and the advanced management practices of Just-In-Time, Theory of Constraints, and Total Quality Management. This is a directed research format that stresses both the practical and academic view to meet the needs of business students.