Fundamental issues in the ethics of marketing[ edit ] Frameworks of analysis for marketing Possible frameworks[ edit ] Value -oriented framework, analyzing ethical problems on the basis of the values which they infringe e. Process-oriented framework, analyzing ethical problems in terms of the categories used by marketing specialists e. None of these frameworks allows, by itself, a convenient and complete categorization of the great variety of issues in marketing ethics Power-based analysis[ edit ] Contrary to popular impressions, not all marketing is adversarial, and not all marketing is stacked in favour of the marketer. For an example of cooperative marketing, see relationship marketing.
Tax Concentration Accounting Concentration The Accounting Concentration is designed to provide you the opportunity to explore advanced topics in the accounting field.
This Concentration alone will not qualify you to sit for the CPA exam. If you are planning to sit for the CPA examination, you should check with your faculty advisor to ensure you will have completed the requirements as outlined by the respective state board of accountancy. You may take the accounting electives without pursuing the entire Concentration.
You must select a minimum of 9 credit hours from the list of accounting courses below and the prerequisites for a course must be met before you can enroll in the course. AC Advanced Accounting Problems 3 Credits This course covers advanced accounting topics in financial accounting such as: The course is designed to develop an understanding of the purchase method of consolidations before introducing students to worksheet procedures for the preparation of consolidated financial statements.
The course reviews the historical development of accounting theory and explores its impact on current accounting practices.
Current reporting standards are reviewed regarding the theoretical rational for such and the tie-in to the conceptual framework. Other areas of discussion will include the policy making process, contemporary accounting issues, and some comparisons of U.
AC AC International Accounting 3 Credits This course focuses on the study of current standards of practice in international financial accounting and a comparison of U.
GAAP to practices in other countries. Emphasis is placed on understanding the importance of convergence of financial reporting and the adoption of international financial reporting standards, the role international accounting standards play in the global market place, and the impact of these standards on U.
The course also covers issues related to management decision-making in the global marketplace including transfer pricing, taxation, strategic planning and control.
Also covered will be taxation across state lines, business tax credits, and international tax. Emphasis is placed on developing audit evidence, evaluating audit risks, and preparing audit reports. Also covered are other attest and non-attest engagements such as reviews and compilations.
The course also covers professional ethics, legal liability of the auditor and the impact of the PCAOB on the development of professional standards. Students will apply their understanding of the audit function as required by the PCOAB through research and presentations. Students study in-depth current standards of practice in areas such as fraud detection, internal and EDP auditing, and specialized attestation engagements.
Also emphasizes the ethical, legal, and regulatory environment of auditing and theoretical issues. Focus is placed on security and control issues from an accounting and auditing perspective along with the related technology issues and the impact on business cycles. The processing of accounting data and the controls necessary to assure accuracy and reliability of data by a responsive accounting system are also emphasized.
Technology issues used by auditors and forensic accountants and highlighted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants i. AC Accounting for Governmental and Non-Profit Entities 3 Credits This course covers governmental accounting and the various funds associated with non-profit enterprises including a study of accounting techniques as applied to federal and state governmental units, public school systems, colleges and universities, hospitals, voluntary and welfare organizations, and other non-profit organizations.
Students will be expected to prepare basic financial statements for a sample government using a dual-track computerized accounting software package. Selected Topics 3 Credits This course covers special topics of financial accounting, auditing, tax, or managerial accounting.Ethics is an everyday occurrence in as ones personal life as well as in corporate world.
Due to the globalization of markets and production processes, an ever increasing number of marketers and business organizations have to deal with ethical issues in cross-cultural settings.
Published: Mon, 5 Dec Ethics is an everyday occurrence in as ones personal life as well as in corporate world. Due to the globalization of markets and production processes, an ever increasing number of marketers and business organizations have to . Hypothetical Treatment of Ethical Dilemma - This paper is an analysis of a hypothetical vignette in which a counselor-in-training named Callie, a fairly experienced and nearly-licensed counselor supervisee, approaches her counselor supervisor for advice and direction regarding an ethical dilemma.
“Globalization and International Development is a superb anthology. Unlike other such collections, it brings together a diversity of philosophical, economic, and anthropological materials, conveniently providing all that one might need for an undergraduate course on global economic justice.
ethical issues in international business The economic development, law, culture, political systems are different in all over the world. What seems to be unaccepted in developed countries may be accepted in third world countries.
ethical issues in international business The economic development, law, culture, political systems are different in all over the world.
What seems to be unaccepted in developed countries may be accepted in third world countries.