Accounting/Finance and Information Technology
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Accounting and Finance
- The graduate analyzes historical and budgeted financial data.
- The graduate determines the financial condition of a firm using financial ratios and other financial data.
- The graduate correctly applies time value of money techniques and techniques that ignore present value for capital investment decisions.
- The graduate performs cost analysis.
- The graduate determines the most advantageous capital structure for a given situation.
- The graduate recommends courses of action taking into consideration the role of personnel, hardware and software components while differentiating between business decision making and information technology management decision making.
- The graduate selects appropriate technology applications to manage information and make decisions in given situations.
- The graduate uses information technology tools for specified business purposes.
- The graduate determines appropriate uses of information technology in creating strategic advantage.
- The graduate analyzes privacy and security concerns related to technology in the workplace in terms of their potential impact on business operations, and recommends appropriate countermeasures to satisfy these concerns.