Course Descriptions

Course Description ACCOUNTING

ACC 111 FOUNDATIONS IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Credits: 3(3,1,0) Prerequisite: None

This is an introductory course with the objective to provide the students with broad knowledge of financial accounting concepts. This course introduces the basic accounting concepts, the operation of accounting system, and interpretation of financial statements in business firms. Topics covered include the need of accounting information, concepts underlying the preparation of financial statements in business firms, the accounting cycle, and other measurement and disclosure issues.
ACC 222 FOUNDATIONS IN MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
ACC 213 FINANCIAL MEASUREMENT AND DISCLOSURE I
ACC 315 FINANCIAL MEASUREMENT AND DISCLOSURE II
ACC 224 STRATEGIC COST ANALYSIS
ACC 317 CORPORATE REPORTING AND GOVERNANCE
ACC 339 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
ACC 356 ZAKAT AND TAX ACCOUNTING
ACC 430 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS
ACC 421 MANAGERIAL CONTROL AND DECISION MAKING
ACC 348 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE
ACC 472 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES AND ETHICS IN ACCOUNTING
ACC 464 FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND ETHICS (Track)
ACC 463 DATA ANALYTICS IN ACCOUNTING (Track)
ACC 443 ADVANCED AUDITING (Track)
ACC 453 VALUE ADDED TAX
ACC 444 CASES IN AUDITING
ACC 445 IT APPLICATIONS IN AUDITING
ACC 454 INTERNATIONAL TAXATION
ACC 455 CASES IN ZAKAT AND TAX
ACC 465 BIG DATA AND AI IN ACCOUNTING
ACC 490 INTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING