As organizations increasingly rely upon complex, interdependent accounting systems and processes, the heretofore tradition- bound discipline of accounting is undergoing rapid and turbulent change. This gives rise to a need to infuse the accounting curriculum with course materials and experiences that introduce students to new techniques, best practices, and emerging issues, while also helping students to develop durable and transferable competencies to meet tomorrow’s challenges. There is also a need to integrate such material across the curriculum, by incorporating emerging accounting issues in (for example) MIS or project management courses.
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