Active Course List

2023-2024


Accounting

Preparation and analysis of cost-based management reports: use of cost information to make short-term operating decisions and long-term capital decisions.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 200

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accounting Minor | Applied Health Science (BS) Pre-Healthcare Administration | Bus Ad: General Minor | Business Administration (BBA) | Construction Management (BS) | Economics (BS) | Management (BS) | Management (BS) Business Management | Management (BS) Human Resource Management

This course provides extensive hands-on practice applying all steps in the accounting cycle. Emphasis will be placed on completion of journal entries, adjusting entries, closing entries, and preparation of financial statements.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 200

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS)

An in-depth analysis of financial accounting concepts and procedures, and includes coverage of the income statement, balance sheet, time value of money, receivables and inventories.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 200

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor | Bus Ad: General Minor | Finance (BS) General Finance | Finance (BS) Quantitative Finance

A continuation of Accounting 300. An in-depth analysis of long term liabilities, stockholders equity, leases, pensions, deferred taxes and the statement of cash flows.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 300

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor | Finance (BS) General Finance | Finance (BS) Quantitative Finance

Emphasizes product and service costing, including job order and process costing systems. Other related topics are budgeting, pricing, cost-volume-profit analysis, standards and variance analysis.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 200, ACCT 210

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor | Bus Ad: General Minor | Finance (BS) General Finance | Management (BS) Business Management | Management (BS) Human Resource Management

A discussion of various accounting information systems. Topics include documentation, internal control, system design, knowledge structures, database design, software evaluation, systems applications and current developments.

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor

The course examines the principles and procedures relating to the determination and computation of federal income taxes for an individual. Federal estate tax, gift tax, and income taxation of estates and trusts are also examined.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 200, ACCT 210

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor | Bus Ad: General Minor | Finance (BS) Financial Planning and Insurance | Financial Planning Minor

Curricular Practical Training: Co-Operative Experience is a zero-credit full-time practical training experience for one summer and an adjacent fall or spring term. Special rules apply to preserve full-time student status. Please contact an advisor in your program for complete information.

Prerequisites:
Permission of the Chairperson of the department; co-op contract; other prerequisites may also apply.

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:

A study of accounting principles and concepts for mergers, acquisitions, consolidated statements, foreign currency translation, partnerships, and governmental/not for profit.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 301

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor

The course examines the principles and procedures relating to the determination and computation of federal income taxes for various business entities including sole proprietorships, corporations, partnerships and tax-exempt entities. The course also covers tax research procedures.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 300, ACCT 330

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor

An overview of the external audit process, the issues facing the auditing profession today, and assurance services. Includes detailed coverage of the AICPA Code of Conduct, audit planning, substantive testing, auditors' responsibilities for detecting fraud, and audit reports.

Prerequisites:
ACCT 300

Areas of Interest:
Finance

Programs:
Accelerated Accounting (CERT) | Accounting (BS) | Accounting Minor

Study tours are led by Minnesota State University, Mankato faculty and provide students with opportunities to visit companies and attend lectures by renowned experts from key sectors of economy, government, and business.

Areas of Interest:
Finance

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Supervised experience in public, industrial or governmental accounting. Students must meet standards established by the employer and the Department of Accounting.

Areas of Interest:
Finance

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Advanced Dental Therapy

This lecture course provides the student with advanced knowledge regarding dental anatomy, occlusion, and biomaterials.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This lecture and simulation laboratory-based course provides the student with initial operative dentistry learning opportunities for the permanent dentition. This course focuses on the principles of operative dentistry cavity preparation and restoration design, as well as the appropriate selection and application of direct restorative materials. Special topics include techniques which restore form, function, and esthetics to permanent teeth in the simulation lab setting in preparation for patient care. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking and judgment, psychomotor skills, and self-evaluation.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This didactic course prepares the student with the knowledge, skills and judgments to collect and analyze patient health data relevant to advanced dental therapy practice. This course focuses on the development of critical thinking skills and the use of sound clinical judgment to develop individualized treatment plans. Regulations and rules that guide judgments and actions of all dental team members are also emphasized.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This lecture and simulation-lab based course emphasizes restorative and preventive strategies specific to the primary and mixed dentitions in advanced dental therapy practice. Course focus includes child and adolescent behavior and trauma management; data gathering, analysis, and treatment planning; and management of the developing occlusion. Consultations and referrals are also emphasized.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This laboratory and clinical course prepares the student with the knowledge, skills and judgments to collect and analyze patient health data relevant to advanced dental therapy practice. This course builds upon the critical thinking skills learned in ADT 510 and allows students to develop and apply sound clinical judgment when creating individualized treatment plans and while working collaboratively with other healthcare professionals.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This course consists of lecture, laboratory, and clinical components. The lecture and laboratory components address the basic principles of complex tooth preparations and restorations, interim restorations, uncomplicated permanent tooth exodontia, and suturing techniques. The clinical component of this course provides the student with initial clinical experiences in the delivery of advanced dental therapy services and patient management.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This course prepares the student with the pharmacological knowledge and skills necessary to think critically and make sound judgments when providing patient-centered care within their scope of practice. Effective patient care begins with sorting through the patient¿s medical/dental health status and pharmacological report. Based on a comprehensive initial analysis, the student will discern appropriate modifications and necessary drug prescriptions/interventions to ensure overall safe and optimal care. Drug classes, pharmacological effects, adverse reactions, drug contraindications and interactions will be addressed practically and reinforced through case-based learning.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This course reviews common medical and dental emergencies that may be encountered in Advanced Dental Therapy practice, as well as management protocols and prevention strategies for emergencies. This course illustrates the relationship between accurate data collection and achieving successful outcomes in the management of dental and medical emergencies. Emphasis is placed on gathering, analyzing, and processing information to develop appropriate action plans.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)

This lecture and clinically-based course provides the Master of Science in Advanced Dental Therapy student with the opportunity to address their scope of practice dealing with prosthodontics. Students develop and refine their knowledge, skills, and judgments in providing advanced dental therapy scope of practice to underserved patients across the lifespan.

Areas of Interest:
Health Science

Programs:
Advanced Dental Therapy (MS)