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    Walden University
  Dec 15, 2017
2017-2018 Catalog (September 2017)
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ACCT 4900 - Accounting Capstone Project

(5 cr.) A capstone course is designed to bring together knowledge gained through the entire program and permit students to demonstrate mastery of the various course competencies. The major course project in this capstone course is a strategic case study. Through this project, students apply and integrate a variety of skills, tools, and knowledge to assess the strategic issues in a real-world case analysis and arrive at recommendations for change and/or improvement. Through coursework and the final capstone project, students appraise and explain a variety of topics, such as basic accounting theory, financial reporting, deferred taxes, engagement planning, client risk, auditing, concepts of accounting and investment percentage, objectives of the statement of cash flows, contracts, sales, bankruptcy, the debtor-creditor relationship, and business law and ethics. In this course, students have the chance to demonstrate their understanding and competency in complex problem identification and solution.
  (Prerequisite(s): All required core and upper-division Accounting courses.)

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