2011 Course Schedule
All classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:50 p.m. at Alvernia University’s main campus located in Reading, Pennsylvania. Classes will be teleconferenced from the Schuylkill Center and the Philadelphia Center as well.
BUS 101-30 - Financial Accounting | Credits 3.0Duration: 1/18/11 - 3/10/11
Emphasizes conceptual framework of accounting to enable students to analyze transactions in terms of their effects upon the financial condition of a business. Topics include selection of appropriate journals and ledger accounts, preparation of financial statements, and the impact of accounting methods upon operations of a business.
BUS 250-40 - Accounting Principles | Credits 3.0Duration: 3/14/11 - 5/5/11
Builds upon and expands fundamental accounting principles covered in Bus 101. Use of corporate asset, debt and equity accounts, preparation and analysis of financial statements, and impact of cash flow are highlighted. Prerequisite: BUS 101.
Duration: 5/16/11 - 6/30/11
BUS 205-50 - Fraud Examination | Credits 3.0
Study of how and why occupational fraud is committed, how fraudulent conduct can be deterred, and how allegations of fraud should be investigated and resolved. In addition to covering ther material in the textbook, the instructor or a guest lecturer presents at least one actual fraud case to the class. The sessions are interactive, with students working through the cases, developing investigate strategies, and seeking to prove how the fraud was comitted.
BUS 215-60 - Forensic Accounting | Credits 3.0Duration: 7/5/11 - 8/18/11
Provides the professional skills necessary to detect, investigate and prevent fraud and white-collar crime through the financial records of a business. Emphasis placed on gaining a basic understanding of the characteristics of fraud, fraud prevention and dectection, investigative techniques, asset recovery and the use of information technology in the forensic accounting context.
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