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Assessment of an Accounting Information Systems Curriculum: An Analysis of the International Federation of Accountants' International Education Guideline No. 11
The Review of Accounting Information Systems
  • Joseph Callaghan, Oakland University
  • Arline Savage, Oakland University
  • Eileen Peacock, Oakland University
Publication Date
1-1-2000
Abstract
This paper evaluates our current Accounting and Information Systems (AIS) curriculum, developed using a Model-Oriented, Tool-Enhanced (MOTE) framework, by comparing it to the recommendations of the International Federation of Accountants'' (IFAC) Guideline No. 11. The IFAC recommendations offer guidance on the information technology content in accounting curricula and are supported by the AICPA. The evaluation resulted in suggestions for improvements to our existing curriculum. An analysis of the guideline was also completed.
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Published by The Clute Institute.
Citation Information
Joseph Callaghan, Arline Savage and Eileen Peacock. "Assessment of an Accounting Information Systems Curriculum: An Analysis of the International Federation of Accountants' International Education Guideline No. 11" The Review of Accounting Information Systems Vol. 4 Iss. 1 (2000) p. 1 - 12
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/savage/9/