University of Technology Sydney

22708 Accounting Information Systems

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This subject provides students with a broad knowledge of the fundamentals of accounting data management and analysis, modelling of decision problems, business process execution and control and information integration. The subject also introduces examples of accounting information systems software for both SMEs and large enterprises (enterprise systems software). Models and software tools are used in order to plan and simulate the process of the transformation of real-world complexity into accounting figures and in order to highlight the interdependencies between different business functions. The subject also emphasises the role of computerised accounting systems in internal control and demonstrates how to evaluate the effectiveness and limitations of control systems.

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