The Emergence of Accounting Information Systems Programs
Dillon, Thomas W., Kruck, S. E., Management Accounting Quarterly
AS MORE AND MORE COMPANIES SEEK OUT ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS WITH IT SKILLS, SOME UNIVERSITIES NOW ARE OFFERING A MAJOR IN ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS, WHICH MIXES TOPICS FROM EACH AREA TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH THE REQUISITE SKILLS EMPLOYERS WANT.
As we begin the 21st century, business organizations are facing an explosion of global competition and innovation. Facilitating this explosion is the increasing ability of organizations to make good business decisions based on the large amounts of information their enterprise produces. Economists predict that by 2010 the majority of American workers will be knowledge workers-those who make their living working with information.1 In …
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Publication information: Article title: The Emergence of Accounting Information Systems Programs. Contributors: Dillon, Thomas W. - Author, Kruck, S. E. - Author. Journal title: Management Accounting Quarterly. Volume: 5. Issue: 3 Publication date: Spring 2004. Page number: 29. © 2009 Institute of Management Accountants. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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