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Undergraduate Catalog | 2019-2020 
Undergraduate Catalog | 2019-2020 Previous Edition

ACCT 3300 - Professional Development for Accountants

Examines the role of professional standards in the practice of accounting and the current and possible future role of the accounting profession in the domestic and global economy.  Students study the role of professional standards and the impact of various decisions on stakeholders in the context of the accounting profession. Students gain practice in systematically analyzing decisions and their ethical implications. This course prepares Accounting majors to explore career interests in future accountancy positions within public accounting, private industry, or governmental organizations. Specifically, the course focuses on helping students understand the variety of career opportunities available to accounting majors. Students are exposed to various career planning and job search strategies and are informed about how best to prepare for and be successful in executing each.  Topics include: accounting ethics, communication and negotiation skills, public speaking, and networking, with practical applications. 

Credit Hours: (1)
Pre- or Corequisite(s): ACCT 3311  with grade of C or above
Most Recently Offered (Day): Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Course has not been offered at this time in the past 3 years

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