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Ronald R. Tidd, Ph.D., CPA (inactive)

Professor, Accounting, Master of Professional Accountancy
College of Business
 

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Department of Accounting
Syllabi for:
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ACCT 346
Income Tax Accounting I
  ACCT 455
Accounting Information Systems
  ACCT 484
Professional Writing & Speaking for the Accountant

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ACCT 346
Income Tax Accounting I
Description: Accounting theory and practices of federal income taxation based on a study of governmental publications - the laws, regulations, and digest of official income tax decisions.

Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisite, ACCT 252.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD

ACCT 446
Income Tax Accounting II
Description: Tax accounting practice, including gross income deductions, depreciation, capital gains and losses, estates and trusts, corporate problems, and administrative procedures.

Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisite, ACCT 346 and admission to the major.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD

ACCT 455
Accounting Information Systems
Description: Accounting information system development process and related information systems technologies. Includes the application, control, and audit of accounting information systems.

Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisites: ACCT 350, and admission to the accounting or business administration major.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD

ACCT 484
Professional Writing & Speaking for the Accountant
Description: Develop written and verbal communications skills for practical application in public, private, and governmental accounting fields. Includes interviewing techniques, preparation and presentation of group and individual reports, and preparation of resumes, letters, memos, and work papers.

Prerequisites & Notes: ACCT 351, and admission to the accounting major. ACCT 460 is recommended.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD  

ACCT 570
Foundations of Income Taxation
Description: Introduction to foundations of income taxation of corporations, partnerships, and individuals, with emphasis on tax compliance and computer-based tax research.

Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisite, admission to the Master of Professional Accountancy program or permission of the department chair.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD

   
ACCT 251
Accounting I
Description: An introduction to accounting’s business role. Recording and communicating financial information in the revenue, expense, and conversion cycles.  

Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisite, ACCT 252.

Credits: (5)

Repeatable for Credit: No

Grading Basis: GRD

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