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ACCT 215: Legal Environment of Business

(3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.SS.

Prereq: Sophomore classification
General history, structure, and principles of the US legal system. The legal system, as an agency of social control and tool for resolving disputes. The court systems, Constitution, torts, crimes, intellectual property, contracts, property rights, employment law, basic business entity law, bankruptcy, administrative agencies, environmental law and agency law.

Accounting

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The curriculum in accounting is accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The primary purpose of accounting is to provide useful information to both internal users (management) and external users such as investors, creditors, government, and the general public. Accounting is an integral part of the management of business and public organizations. Accountants, therefore, participate in planning, evaluating, controlling, and reporting the activities of the firm. Accounting information is needed by external users in order to make investment decisions, to grant or withhold credit, and in the case of government, to collect revenue and gather statistical information. In order to provide useful information, accountants collect, analyze, synthesize, and report data in an understandable manner. The major in accounting is designed to give students a conceptual foundation as well as to provide a wide range of basic skills and analytical tools for use in reporting for both public and private concerns. Students who complete the accounting major are well prepared to accept positions in industry, government, and the public accounting profession.

Ivy College of Business

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...consider taking one additional course of ACCT 285, ACCT 215, or BUSAD 250. For more...

Admissions

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...University include American Government (Pol S 215); Financial Accounting (Acct 284; engineering majors should consult...