a). What is an accounting information system? Describe the purpose of the FASB conceptual framework. Discuss how it relates to your study of accounting information systems.
b). List and discuss the five parts of a generic accounting information system.
Compare and contrast sponsored information, practitioner/public information, and scholarly information.
Explain the characteristics of relational databases and their role in creation and communication of business intelligence. (c) Identify and assess IT controls, auditing, ethical, privacy and security issues with respect to information. (d) Apply technical knowledge and skills in creating information for the workplace using spreadsheets and relational databases. (e) Communicate with IT professionals, stakeholders and user groups of information systems.