code EY222
credit_hours 3
title Accounting Information System
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prequisites EF201 & EY121
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes Managerial and financial accounting applications of manual and computers budgeting, financial planning and analysis, and accounting information processing systems. Emphasis on development of systems for micro and mainframe computers using high level applications development software and on associating internal control and auditing problems.
arabic Description/Outcomes
objectives The purpose of this course is to help in preparing the students for a career in the accounting professions. To be successful in pursuing an accounting career, students must posses a basic knowledge of computer-based information systems and their role in performing the accounting in contemporary business organization.
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ref. books Cushing, Barry E., and Marshall B. Romney. 1994. Accounting Information Systems. Reading, MA: Addision-Wesley Publishing Company.
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textbook Marshall B. Romney and Paul J. Steinbart. Accounting information systems. Twelfth edition, Pearson publishing
arabic textbook
objective set paragraphs
content set combined
Course Content
content serial Description
1 Introduction
2 AIS overview
3 Overview of business process
4 Data processing cycle
5 Data processing cycle
6 Coding problems and applications
7 7th Week Exam
8 The Expenditure Cycle “P/O cycle”
9 The Expenditure Cycle “A/P cycle”
10 The Expenditure Cycle “cash disbursement cycle”
11 The Revenue Cycle “S/O cycle”
12 The Revenue Cycle “A/R cycle” + 12th Week lab exam
13 Internal control structure
14 Internal control structure
15 General Revision
16 Final Exam