|Faculty||Faculty of Business, Management and Economics|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||2EKO3983: Accounting Information Systems|
|Course annotation||Course objective – acquire knowledge about information systems used in the enterprises, about modern solutions of accounting and information analyze.
- acquire basic knowledge about the role of information technologies in the organization, about development and implementation of information systems and about security of the systems;
- acquire practical skills in the enterprise's resource planning system.
The language of instruction is Latvian.
|Course responsible lecturer||Jānis Priede|
1. Understanding accounting solutions in information systems;
2. Understanding information system security, management standards, service management;
3. Understanding the relationship between information systems solutions and company financial results;
4. Conception of professional ethics in the use of information systems, in particular in the field of data processing and use.
5. An overview of e-commerce opportunities
6. To use modern accounting information systems
7. To evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of accounting information systems solutions;
8. To use the exact terminology of the information system
9. To make informed decisions independently and find solutions in the field of accounting information systems, including system selection issues.
|Course plan||1. Information society, business in the new economic 2 (2L)
2. Information system – component of enterprise strategy 4 (2L, 2 P)
3. Enterprise resources management systems 10 (4L, 6 P)
4. Financial management systems and accounting systems 10 (2L, 8 P)
5. Economics of information systems 2 (2L)
6. Security of information systems and legal background 4 (4L)
L - lecture,
S - seminar
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||Lecture attending is recommended.
1. Attending and completing practical works using enterprise resource management systems- 40%,
2. Intermediate test (in writing or e-study tools)– 20%.
3. Final assessment - test (in writing)– 40%.
Accounting, Analysis and Audit