Published in The Review of Business Information Systems, Volume 5, Issue 4, January 1, 2001, pages 51-60.
NOTE: At the time of publication, the author Arline Savage was not yet affiliated with Cal Poly.
This paper gathers evidence about an Accounting Information Systems (AIS) curriculum developed using a Model-Oriented Tool-Enhanced (MOTE) framework. The evidence was gathered by eliciting the perceptions of employer stake holders about the curriculum. The curriculum follows recommendations of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) Guideline No. 11. The IFAC recommendations offer guidance on the information technology in content in accounting curricula and are supported by the AICPA. The evidence gathered supports the inclusion of most elements of the curriculum.
Accounting | Business
2001 by Joseph Callaghan, Eileen Peacock, and Arline Savage.