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Course Offerings Bulletin 2022-2023

i 2022 – 2023 Course Offerings Bulletin Course information (title, credit hours, level, description, etc.) begins on page one. The most current information regarding new courses, changes to existing courses, Quarter to Semester conversion information, credit hours, sections, days, times, buildings, rooms, and instructors may be found on the Web at http://registrar.osu.edu/courses and http://registrar.osu.edu/scheduling. listed, the number(s) refers to the specific course within the same department. If a department name is listed, all course numbers following that name belong to that department name until another is listed (e.g., Math 1101, 1102, 1103, Chem 1101, and 1102). Enrollment in a course requires the successful completion of all prerequisites or their equivalents. The department, school, or college office should be consulted with questions of eligibility to take a course. Exclusionary clause: Not open to students with credit for 102.01. Explanation of a Course Listing I. Course Heading Information 1102.01 Beginning French II Classroom U 4 Course Number: 1102.01 Course Title: Beginning French II Classroom Instructional Level: U U G D M L O P V Credit Hours: Undergraduate Graduate Dentistry Medicine Law Optometry Pharmacy Veterinary Medicine 4 Students who have taken the listed courses or belong to any other categories listed in the exclusionary clause are not eligible to enroll in the course. Repeatability clause (not displayed in example): Repeatable to a maximum of 10 cr hrs or 4 completions. Indicates the maximum number of credit hours and/or the maximum number of completions a course may be repeated for credit (whichever limit is reached first). Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading clause (not displayed in example): This course is graded S/U. Indicates that a course is graded on an S/U basis rather than the standard letter grading system. EM credit clause: This course is available for EM credit. Indicates that a course is available for a type of exam credit. II. Main Course Description GE clause: GE for lang course. Continued study of French; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills; readings based on contemporary French culture and literature. Taught in French. Indicates that the course may be used to meet one or many of the University’s General Education requirements. Students should consult their specific college or adviser before scheduling courses to be applied to this requirement. III. Course Attributes Prereq: 1101.01, or completion of 4 cr hrs of 1101.51. Not open to students with credit for 102.01. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. FL Admis Cond course. Semester of offering (not displayed in example): Au, Sp Sems. Su Term. Au Autumn Semester Sp Spring Semester Su Summer Term Prerequisite(s): 1101.01, or completion of 4 cr hrs of 1101.51. The course number(s) or other information indicate the preparation or classification required to enroll in the course. If no department name is Admissions condition clause: FL Admis Cond course. Indicates that the course may be used to fulfill an admission condition. Cross-listing clause (not displayed in example): Cross-listed in English. Indicates that the course is cross-listed with a course in another subject. The course shares a vast majority of its content with the crosslisted course, and instances of these courses are typically taught by the same instructor, in the same space, and at the same time during a semester. Courses usually share the same course number (in which case only the subject will be present in the clause), but where they do not, the number of the cross-listed course will be given.

ii University Classification and Course Numbering System The system of numbering courses offered by the University is as follows: 1000-1099: Undergraduate non-credit courses for orientation, remedial, or other non-college-level experiences. These courses are in addition to a program’s graduation requirements. 1100-1999: Introductory, required or elective courses that may be prerequisite to other courses. They provide undergraduate credit, but do not count toward a major or field of specialization. 2000-2999: Intermediate courses providing undergraduate credit and may be counted toward a major or field of specialization. 3000-3999: Upper-level courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization. 4000-4999: Advanced undergraduate courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization. Graduate students may enroll in and receive graduate credit for 4000level courses outside their own graduate program. 5000-5999: Courses that are regularly offered for both graduate and undergraduate credit. They are advanced-level undergraduate courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization, or are foundational course work and research for graduate and professional credit. 6000-6999: Foundational graduate and professional courses and research providing graduate or professional credit. 7000-7999: Intermediate graduate and professional courses and research providing graduate or professional credit. 8000-8999: Advanced graduate and professional courses and research providing graduate or professional credit. Editor: Emily Guthrie, Course Coordinator, University Registrar Photo: Hayes Hall in Spring Courtesy of University Communications Publication: April 14, 2022

Academic Affairs 3194 Academic Affairs 1100.07 Office of Diversity and Inclusion Young Scholars U 2 Program Seminar Workshops and course discussion designed to teach study strategies and engage students in personal development for college success. Instructors will help students incorporate new tools, resources, and strategies for greater academic engagement. Students will also participate in activities to increase confidence, personal awareness, and explore social constructs impacting their college experience. Prereq: Young Scholars Program scholarship recipient. 1101 Personal Financial Health Seminar U 2 Assist students with mastering the fundamental elements of personal finance and to help them make financially responsible decisions. Instructors will help students utilize learned skills to support their ability to manage their savings, scholarship awards and financial aid, and income to become financially independent, and to demonstrate financial success as an undergraduate and beyond. Prereq: Enrollment in an ODI funded or affiliated program (ACCESS, BNRC, JLMIII, LATINX, LSAMP, MSP, or YSP programs). 1500 Student Tech for Academic Success U 3 This course is designed to help students with the transition from high school to college level academics by improving study skills, regulating academic behaviors and continuing personal development. This course is designed to promote your self-awareness. This hands-on, activelearning course will also teach students how to engage with mobile technology for academic advancement and organization. Prereq: Permission of instructor. 2021 Diversity, Service and Social Justice: A Blueprint for U 3 Dynamic Leadership This course will expose students to the key elements and character traits that influence dynamic and successful leadership. In specific, students will learn that diversity, service and social justice are inextricably linked and fundamental to the development of an effective leader. Participants will engage in interactive activities and discussions led by the instructor and visiting lecturers. Accounting and Management Information Systems 1200 Project THRIVE Accounting Gigs U 1-3 An examination of the role of accounting in organizations and society, accounting fundamentals, careers in accounting and the professional skills required for success. Prereq: Enrollment in Project THRIVE program, or permission of instructor. 2000 Foundations of Accounting U 3 A survey of accounting for non-business students; financial statements and analysis; accounting for assets, liabilities and owners' equity; and elements of managerial accounting. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 2200 (211), 2300 (212), or 310. 2200 Introduction to Accounting I U 3 Preparation and use of accounting reports for business entities; focus on uses of accounting for external reporting, emphasizing accounting as a provider of financial information. Prereq: Econ 2001.01 (200), or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 2000 (310) or 211, or equiv. This course is available for EM credit. 2200H Introduction to Accounting I U 3 Structure and use of financial reports; role of accounting and auditing in markets and organizations. Prereq: Honors standing, and Soph standing. Not open to students with credit for 211H. 2300 Introduction to Accounting II U 3 2300H Introduction to Accounting II U 3 Use of accounting information in management control, with ties to the economic theory of the firm. Emphasizes classroom discussion and student presentations. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 2200H, and Soph standing. Not open to students with credit for 212H. 3100H Quantitative Analysis in Accounting U 3 Accounting information system applications of linear algebra are explored including a subspaces representation of double entry accounting structure, a probability assignment description of a decision maker's uncertain state of knowledge, and Bayesian belief updating description of information processing including projections for the case of linear or Gaussian conditional expectations. Prereq: Honors standing, a grade of B or better in 2200H, and Soph standing. Not open to students with credit for 4780H. 3193 Individual Studies U 1-6 Individual study projects in selected areas in Accounting and Information Systems. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 6 completions. This course is graded S/U. U 1-6 Group study projects in selected areas in Accounting and Information Systems. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 6 completions. 3200 Financial Accounting I U 3 Theory and application of accounting techniques to record and report financial information; asset and liability valuation; income measurement; first of two-course sequence. Prereq: 2300 (212), BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331), BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01), and Jr standing; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3200.02 or 521. 3200H Financial Accounting I U 3 Economic role of financial reporting in markets and how it is influenced by the regulatory environment. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 2300H. Not open to students with credit for 519H. 3201 Financial Accounting II U 3 Theory and application of accounting techniques to record and report financial information; asset and liability valuation; income measurement; second of two-course sequence. Prereq: 3200, 3200.02, or BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01); or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3201.02 or 523. 3201H Financial Accounting II U 3 Study of theory and practice of financial accounting. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 3200H. Not open to students with credit for 520H. 3300 Cost Accounting U 3 Managerial decision making in organizations with an emphasis on the use of financial data; theory and practice of management control. Prereq: 2300 (212), BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331), and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01); or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 525. 3300H Cost Accounting U 3 Theory and practice of management control with an emphasis on performance evaluation and reward. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 2300H. Not open to students with credit for 525H. 3400 Tax Accounting I U 3 Fundamentals of the federal income tax, and how it influences taxpayer decisions. Emphasis is on the individuals and businesses organized as proprietorships, but rules generally applicable to all taxpayers are covered. Prereq: A grade of B or above in 2300H, or 3200 and BusMHR 2292. 3400H Tax Accounting I U 3 Fundamentals of the federal income tax, and how it influences taxpayer decisions. Emphasis is on individuals and businesses organized as proprietorships, but rules generally applicable to all taxpayers are covered. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 2300H. 3600 Introduction to Accounting Information Systems U 3 The design of accounting information systems; focus is on business processes and internal control. Prereq: 3200 or 521, and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01); or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 631. 3600H The uses of accounting reports by managers to make business decisions and to control business operations; focus is on the internal use of accounting information. Prereq: 2200 (211) and Econ 2001.01 (200), or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 2000 (310) or 212, or equiv. This course is available for EM credit. Group Studies 1 Introduction to Accounting Information Systems U 3 U 1½ The design and control of accounting information systems. Prereq: Honors standing, and 3100H; or permission of instructor. 3601 Introduction to Information Systems The role of information systems in capturing and distributing organizational knowledge and enhancing management decision making, process of redesigning organizations utilizing systems analysis and design, quality assurance, and change management techniques, technical foundation of information systems, including hardware, software, telecommunications, networks, and the information architecture. Prereq: Admission to BSBA program and Business Management specialization. 3620 Foundations of Information Systems U 3 Provide a core knowledge base of management information systems; develop an understanding of their impact and operational and strategic use at all levels within and across modern business enterprises. Prereq: 2200, 2300, BusOBA 2320, 2321, BusMHR 2292, and CSE 1223. 4193 Individual Studies U 1-6 Individual study projects in selected areas in Accounting and Information Systems. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 6 completions. This course is graded S/U. 4194 Group Studies U 1-6 Group study projects in selected areas in Accounting and Information Systems. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 6 completions.

2 4200 Accounting and Management Information Systems Advanced Financial Accounting U 3 Advanced topics in financial reporting; may include accounting for multi-corporate business entities, international operations, and government and not-for-profit organizations. Prereq: 3201 (523) or 3201.02, and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01). Not open to students with credit for 624. 4210 Financial Statement Analysis U 3 Methods of fundamental analysis will be examined in detail; improve ability to use financial statements as part of an overall assessment of a firm's strategy and valuation. Prereq: 3201 (523) and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01). Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs. 4220 Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting U 3 Focuses on financial reporting concepts and standards for non-profit and governmental units, evaluation of performance and the analysis and interpretation of financial statements of selected non-profit and governmental organizations. Prereq: 3201 (523) and BusMHR 2291 (BusAdm 499.01). 4310 Topics in Management Accounting U 3 Advanced topics in management control, strategic interactions within the firm. Students may not repeat topics. Prereq: 3300 (525) and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01). Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. 4410 Tax Accounting II U 3 Intensive study of the federal income tax treatment of business corporations and partnerships, with particular attention to tax planning by these businesses and their owners. Prereq: 3400 and BusMHR 2292. 4500 Auditing Principles and Procedures U 3 Basic concepts and standards of auditing; audit procedures and working papers, internal and external audit reports; professional responsibilities of auditors. Prereq: 3201 (523) and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01), or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 627. 4510 Fraud Examination U 3 The course will cover all major methods employees use to commit occupational fraud involving the misappropriation of assets. Prereq: 3201 and 3600, or permission of instructor. 4620 Analysis and Design of Management Information U 3 Systems Investigation and application, through real-world projects, of concepts and tools used in the analysis and design of management information systems. Prereq: CSE 3232 (616), BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331), and BusMHR 2291 (BusAdm 499.01). Not open to students with credit for 651. 4630 Business Systems Application Development U 3 Technical foundation in programming interactive business information systems. Prereq: 2300, CSE 2123, BusOBA 2320, 2321, and BusMHR 2292. Not open to students with credit for 3610. 4650 Decision Support and Expert Systems U 3 Study of computer-based systems designed to support decision-making within the organization. Prereq: CSE 3232 (616), BusMgt 2320 (330), and 2321 (331). Not open to students with credit for 657. 4998 Undergraduate Research in Accounting and MIS U 1-3 Undergraduate Research in Accounting and MIS for non-honors students. Prereq: Permission of Program Director. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 4 completions. This course is progress graded. 4998H Research U 1-4 Special topics research in accounting and/or management information systems; research evaluated through papers, thesis, and/or special examinations. Prereq: A grade of B or above in 3201H, or permission of Honors Accounting Director. Not open to students with credit for 783H. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 3 completions. This course is progress graded. 5000 Accounting and Cost Analysis U G 3 An introduction to accounting and cost analysis for planning, decision-making, and control. Prereq: ISE 2000 (500) and 2040 (504), or enrollment in MBLE program. Not open to students with credit for 501. 5200H Honors Advanced Financial Accounting U G 3 Advanced topics in financial reporting including accounting for multi-corporate business entities, international operations, and other topics. Prereq: Honors standing, and a grade of B or above in 3201H; or permission of Honors Accounting Director. Not open to students with credit for 624H. 5500H Honors Auditing Principles and Procedures U G 3 Basic concepts and standards of auditing; audit procedures and working papers, internal and external audit reports. Prereq: A grade of B or above in 3201H (520H), or permission of Honors Accounting Director. Not open to students with credit for 627H. 6000 Management & Control G 2½ Fundamental role of uncertainty, risk and private information in accounting; emphasis on managerial decisions and control problems in organizations. Prereq: Enrollment in Master of Accounting Program. Not open to students with credit for 803. 6001 Fundamentals of Accounting Data & Analytics G 2½ Provides an introduction to using large datasets to better understand corporate financial reporting and market behavior. Prereq: Enrollment in Master of Accounting Program. 6200 Financial Reporting G 2½ Examination of major aspects of corporate financial reporting by management under U.S. GAAP, including: revenue recognition, financial statement presentation, and disclosures and accounting for long-term debt, deferred taxes, and stock-based compensation, along with discussion of accounting standard setting and financial statement analysis. Prereq: Enrollment in Master of Accounting Program. Not open to students with credit for 7200. 6201 Professional Research in Accounting G 1½ Research and communication skills in a professional accounting context; learn to use various accounting information resources; enhance communication and teamwork skills through collaborative exercises. Prereq: Enrollment in Master of Accounting Program. Not open to students with credit for 804. 6202 Accounting Policy & Research G 2½ 3 Provides students the opportunity to develop their knowledge and appreciation of current debates surrounding the accounting profession. They will be exposed to academic research in accounting and the primary underlying methods involved. Prereq: Enrollment in Master of Accounting Program. Not open to students with credit for AcctMIS 844. Examination of technical, managerial, and strategic issues that surround the emergence of electronic commerce on the internet. Prereq: 3610 (532) or CSE 3241 (670), and BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331), and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01). Not open to students with credit for 658. Provides students with an understanding of ethical challenges facing accounting and business professionals. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in MAcc program. 4660 4670 Electronic Commerce Information Systems Planning & Management U U 3 Planning and management of the information system function in business organizations with emphasis on the problems involved. Prereq: CSE 2123 (214), BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331), and BusMHR 2292 (BusAdm 499.01); and Sr or Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 659. 4780 Accounting Research and Practice U 3 Researching accounting concepts and standards underlying corporate and non-corporate financial statements including consideration of typical accounting problems. Prereq: 3201 and BusMHR 2292. Not open to students with credit for 628. 4780H Accounting Research and Practice U 3 Researching accounting concepts and standards underlying corporate and non-corporate financial statements including consideration of typical accounting problems. Prereq: Permission of Honors Accounting Director. Not open to students with credit for 628H. 4784 Tax Research Seminar U 3 Case studies requiring an in-depth examination of the tax aspects of situations frequently encountered by businesses and individuals. Prereq: A grade of B- or above in 3400, or permission of instructor. 7010 7020 Ethical Challenges in Accounting and Business Uncertainty, Diversification, and Private Information G G 1½ 1½ Focuses on role of uncertainty, risk aversion, and private information in decision making. The course utilizes the expected utility paradigm to study topics of portfolio diversification, CAPM, option pricing, incentive design, information cascades, and signaling theory. Prereq: Enrollment in Fisher College Grad Program. 7193 Individual Studies G ½-8 Individual studies in Accounting and Information Systems. Prereq: Enrollment in the AcctMIS PhD program, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 40 cr hrs or 12 completions. This course is graded S/U. 7194 Group Studies G ½-3 Group studies in Accounting and Information Systems; topics vary. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in MAcc program. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 4 completions. 7200 Corporate Financial Reporting I Examination of major aspects of corporate financial reporting. Prereq: 6050 or MBA 6211. Not open to students with credit for 6200 (824). G 1½

Accounting and Management Information Systems 7220 Financial Statement Analysis G 1½ Examines the role of financial statement analysis in the evaluation of the firm's financial performance and the prediction of its future economic condition. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in MAcc program. Not open to students with credit for 842. 7221 Financial Statement Analysis II G 1½ Examines additional techniques to evaluate the firm's financial performance and the prediction of its future economic condition based on financial statements. Prereq: 7220, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 842. 7230 Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions (and other G 1½ Complex Transactions) Designed for students whose careers will require an expert understanding of advanced accounting and reporting concepts regarding complex financial transactions. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 841. 7240 International Financial Reporting Standards G 1½ Students will learn the guiding principles behind international reporting standards. They will also learn areas of commonalities and substantial divergence between U.S. GAAP and IFRS. Prereq: 6200 or 7200. Not open to students with credit for 849. 7250 Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting G 1½ Focus is on financial reporting concepts and standards for non-profit and governmental units, evaluation of performance and the analysis and interpretation of financial statements of selected non-profit and governmental organizations. Prereq: MBA 6211, or enrollment in MAcc program. Not open to students with credit for 4220. 7310 Managerial Accounting for Decision Making G 1½ Cost systems with emphasis on the appropriate application of system outputs to management decisions. Prereq: MBA 6211, or enrollment in MAcc program. 7400 Tax Planning for Managerial Decision Making G 1½ Examination of the impact of taxes on several important business decisions; recognition of tax problems and planning opportunities. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in Master of Accounting Program, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 826. 7410 Tax Accounting II G 1½ Intensive study of the federal income tax treatment of business corporations and partnerships, with particular attention to tax planning by these businesses and their owners. Prereq: 7400 (826), or enrollment in Master of Accounting Program, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 846. 7420 Tax Accounting III G 1½ Intensive study of the federal income tax treatment of business entities and wealthy individuals, with particular attention to tax planning by these businesses and their owners. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in Master of Accounting Program, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 866. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs. 7430 Taxes and Business Strategy G 1½ Identify, understand and evaluate tax planning opportunities where a conceptual framework of how tax rules affect business decisions and those aggregated business decision impact the economy. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in Masters of Accounting Program; or permission of instructor. 7500 Auditing Principles and Procedures G Assurance Services and Information Quality Fraud Examination: Misappropriation of Assets G Fraud Examination: Fraudulent Financial Reporting Management of Corporate Data Resources 7660 G G Accounting & Data Analytics Internship Experience G 1½ An internship experience affords the student the opportunity to apply in the workplace the knowledge and skills s/he acquired in the classroom. In this course, students will examine the role of data analytics in the daily operations of an organization. Students will gain a better understanding of organizational culture, professional expectations, and his/her career options in the workplace. Prereq: Enrollment in MAcc program. 7716 Accounting and Financial Analysis in Health Sciences G 1½ Examines how managers use accounting and financial reporting information in decision making and performance evaluation. Course focuses on fundamental techniques for financial analysis such as time value money, risk and return, and capital budgeting. Prereq: BusMgt 7701, BusFin 7702, and BusMHR 7703; and enrollment in the Graduate Business Minor in Health Sciences. 7784 Tax Research G 1½ Case studies requiring an in-depth examination of the tax aspects of situations frequently encountered by businesses and individuals. Prereq: 7410, or enrollment in MAcc program. Not open to students with credit for 856. 7800 Advanced Topics in Accounting and MIS for EMBA G 1-3 Advanced Topics in Accounting and MIS for students in the Executive MBA Program. Prereq: Enrollment in EMBA Program. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 7 completions. 7810 Advanced Topics in Accounting and MIS G 1½ - 3 Advanced Topics in Accounting and MIS for students in the MAcc Program. Prereq: Enrollment in MAcc program. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 7 completions. 8780 Doctoral Seminar in Accounting & MIS G 3 G 3 G 3 G 3 G 3 Required seminar in Accounting and MIS for first year doctoral students. Prereq: Enrollment in AcctMIS PhD program. 8782 Doctoral Seminar in Financial Accounting Required doctoral seminar in Financial Accounting. Prereq: Enrollment in AcctMIS PhD program. 8783 Doctoral Seminar in Managerial Accounting Required doctoral seminar in Managerial Accounting. Prereq: Enrollment in AcctMIS PhD program. 8786 Doctoral Seminar in MIS Research Required doctoral seminar in MIS Research. Prereq: Enrollment in AcctMIS PhD program. 8890 Doctoral Seminar in Accounting Topics 1½ 1½ 1½ Students will learn to detect fraud by studying fraudulent financial reporting (intentional misstatements or omissions in financial statements), with emphasis on detection techniques. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in Master of Accounting Program, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 862. 7620 Accounting Information Systems: Processes, G 3 Technology, and Analytics This course covers the design and use of accounting information systems. The course emphasizes business processes and internal controls, with a focus on emerging technologies and the use of analytics in their evaluation. Prereq: MBA 6211 (800), or enrollment in MAcc program, or permission of instructor. Doctoral dissertation research. Prereq: Enrollment in AcctMIS PhD program. Repeatable to a maximum of 24 cr hrs or 9 completions. This course is progress graded (S/U). Students will learn the major methods used by employees to commit fraud, factors that motivate individuals to commit fraud, misappropriation of assets, study of assets, and fraudulent disbursements, with emphasis on mechanisms

ii University Classification and Course Numbering System The system of numbering courses offered by the University is as follows: 1000-1099: Undergraduate non-credit courses for orientation, remedial, or other non-college-level experiences.

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