This course studies accounting systems that include the events and the stops of the accounting cycle, from source documents to the preparation of financial statements, both manual and computerized. More topics covered are internal controls, the impact of technology on accounting systems, data management and e-commerce. The course stresses problem solving, and computer application skills. The course also provides hands-on experience with accounting, flowcharting, and database software. Pre-req: BACC301-Intermediate Accounting I.