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University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Accounting (Undergraduate)

 Upper division standing is prerequisite to enrollment in 300- and 400- level ACCT courses.

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements subject to limits established by department and approval of graduate adviser

   •  ACCT 202 - Survey of Accounting
   •  ACCT 210 - Principles of Financial Accounting
   •  ACCT 211 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
   •  ACCT 310 - Accounting Information for Decision Making
   •  ACCT 320A - Intermediate Financial Accounting and Reporting I
   •  ACCT 320B - Intermediate Financial Accounting and Reporting II
   •  ACCT 321 - Taxation of Individuals
   •  ACCT 322 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACCT 325 - Leadership and Professional Skills for Accountants
   •  ACCT 420 - Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting
   •  ACCT 421A - Taxation of Corporations and Partnerships
   •  ACCT 421C - State and Local Taxation
   •  ACCT 421D - IRS' Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
   •  ACCT 424A - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACCT 424B - Auditing
   •  ACCT 425 - International Accounting
   •  ACCT 427 - Governmental and Institutional Accounting
   •  ACCT 428A - Internal Auditing I
   •  ACCT 434 - Professional Accounting Ethics (4)
   •  ACCT 435 - Forensic Accounting
   •  ACCT 436 - Advanced Forensic Accounting
   •  ACCT 437 - Security Risk Management and Internal Controls
   •  ACCT 438 - Computer Forensics and Investigations
   •  ACCT 454 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACCT 495 - Case Studies in Accounting

Accounting (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements subject to limits established by department and approval of graduate adviser.
Classified graduate standing and approval by the College of Business and Economics Advisement Center are required for admission to all 500-level courses.

   •  ACCT 500 - Financial and Managerial Accounting
   •  ACCT 520 - Management Accounting Theory
   •  ACCT 521A - Taxation of Corporations and Partnerships
   •  ACCT 521C - State and Local Taxation
   •  ACCT 521D - IRS' Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
   •  ACCT 522 - Seminar: Current Topics in Financial Reporting
   •  ACCT 523 - Seminar: Public Accounting
   •  ACCT 524A - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACCT 524B - Auditing
   •  ACCT 525 - International Accounting
   •  ACCT 526 - Financial Accounting Theory
   •  ACCT 527 - Governmental and Institutional Accounting
   •  ACCT 529 - Advanced Financial Accounting
   •  ACCT 534 - Professional Accounting Ethics
   •  ACCT 535 - Forensic Accounting
   •  ACCT 536 - Advanced Forensic Accounting
   •  ACCT 544A - Advanced Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACCT 544B - Advanced Auditing
   •  ACCT 554 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACCT 571 - Accounting for Healthcare Managers
   •  ACCT 575 - Leadership and Professional Skills for Accountants
   •  ACCT 585 - Tax Theory and Business Applications
   •  ACCT 586 - Tax Research and Practice
   •  ACCT 587 - Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders
   •  ACCT 588 - Seminar: International Taxation
   •  ACCT 590 - Seminar: Taxation of Property Transactions
   •  ACCT 591 - Seminar: Taxation of Partnerships and LLCs
   •  ACCT 592 - Seminar: Taxation of Estate and Gifts
   •  ACCT 593 - Seminar: Tax Procedures
   •  ACCT 595 - Case Studies in Accounting

Anthropology (Undergraduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by department and approval of graduate adviser: ANTH 497

   •  ANTH 230 - Language and Society
   •  ANTH 250 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 260 - Physical Anthropology
   •  ANTH 270 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 300 - Evolutionary Perspectives on Emotions
   •  ANTH 310 - Evolutionary Perspectives on Gender
   •  ANTH 315 - Evolutionary Perspectives on Violence
   •  ANTH 320 - Mesoamerican Civilization
   •  ANTH 335 - Maturity and Aging in Crosscultural Perspective
   •  ANTH 338 - Gender Roles in Crosscultural Perspectives
   •  ANTH 355 - Cultural Evolution and Ancient Civilizations
   •  ANTH 361 - Race, Racism, and Human Variation
   •  ANTH 385 - Measurement of Human Difference
   •  ANTH 396 - Honors Thesis
   •  ANTH 401 - Comparative Cultures
   •  ANTH 404 - Peoples of South America
   •  ANTH 406 - Indians of North America
   •  ANTH 407 - Indians of California
   •  ANTH 408 - Peasant Cultures of Middle America
   •  ANTH 413 - Peoples of Africa
   •  ANTH 414 - Peoples of Asia
   •  ANTH 415 - Asian American Communities in Southern California
   •  ANTH 421 - Archaeology of North America
   •  ANTH 423 - Material Culture
   •  ANTH 424 - Archaeological Research Techniques
   •  ANTH 425 - Archaeology of the Old World
   •  ANTH 427 - Cultural Resources Management
   •  ANTH 428 - Civilizations of Western Mesoamerica
   •  ANTH 429 - Maya Civilization
   •  ANTH 430 - Social Organization
   •  ANTH 432 - Anthropology of Wealth and Power
   •  ANTH 433 - Urban Anthropology
   •  ANTH 434 - Globalization and Cultural Change
   •  ANTH 435 - Culture and the Individual
   •  ANTH 436 - Ethnicity and Nationalism
   •  ANTH 437 - Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
   •  ANTH 440 - Applied Anthropology
   •  ANTH 441 - Anthropology and Identity
   •  ANTH 442 - Anthropology of Rights
   •  ANTH 444 - Medical Anthropology
   •  ANTH 445 - Myth and Folklore
   •  ANTH 446 - Anthropological Film
   •  ANTH 447 - Anthropology of Media
   •  ANTH 448 - Sexualities and Gender Diversity in Global Perspective
   •  ANTH 449 - Anthropology of Race and Racism
 

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