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    Florida SouthWestern State College
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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ACG 2930 - Special Topics/Capstone-Accounting


1 credit
Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACG 2021  or (ACG 1001  and ACG 2011 ), ACG 2071 , ACG 2450  or CGS 1000 , ACG 2500 , MAN 2021 , MTB 1103 , TAX 2000 , SLS 1331 , ECO 2013 , and ECO 2023 , or permission of the Dean
Required: THIS COURSE IS REQUIRED AND IS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS PREPARING TO GRADUATE AND TRANSITION TO EMPLOYMENT AND/OR CONTINUING EDUCATION.

This capstone course will provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate what they have learned in the AS accounting program and gauge their ability to apply it. Students will engage in active discussions on accounting and tax related topics and issues, particularly those that relate to current events. This course also requires the student to write a short paper on a contemporary accounting topic or issue. Additionally, the student will prepare a cover letter and resume specifically for an accounting related position that he or she finds posted locally, nationally, or internationally. Students not working in an accounting related field or who desire to improve their current positions will be encouraged to apply for the positions they find. Successful completion of the course requires demonstrating learning outcomes from core courses by passing the comprehensive examination at the end of the course.



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