Joseph W. Wilkinson, Arizona State University (Emeritus);
Michael J. Cerullo, Southwest Missouri State University;
Vasant Raval, Creighton University;
Bernard Wong-On-Wing, Washington State University
OVERVIEW OF SYSTEMS.
The Study of Accounting Information Systems.
The Business Environment and the AIS.
AIS Enhancements Through Information Technology and Networks.
COMPUTER SYSTEMS FUNCTIONS.
Computer-Based Transaction Processing.
Database Modeling and Applications.
CONTROL CONCEPTS AND PROCEDURES.
Risk Exposures and the Internal Control Structure.
General Controls and Application Controls.
Security for Transaction/Information Processing Support Systems.
Auditing of Information Systems.
The General Ledger and Financial Reporting Cycle.
The Revenue Cycle.
The Expenditure Cycle.
DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS.