The Accounting Education Change Commission its history and impact by Gary L. Sundem

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Published by American Accounting Association in Sarasota, FL .

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  • Accounting Education Change Commission (Tempe, Ariz.),
  • Accounting -- Study and teaching -- United States.

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StatementGary L. Sundem.
SeriesAccounting education series, ;, vol. 15.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF5630 .S92 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p. ;
Number of Pages100
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Open LibraryOL56785M
ISBN 10086539086X
LC Control Number99072090

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Abstract Since its formation inthe Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) has operated as a self-styled “catalyst” for change in the content, structure and scope of accounting education. In this article, the formation, composition and activities of the AECC are examined within a historical context and from a critical by: Further, the accounting education process is often criticized for under-emphasizing communication, computer, and critical thinking skills (e.g., Nikolai ).

A major outgrowth of these criticisms, specifically of the 'Perspectives' report, was the establishment of the Accounting Education Change Commission. This commission. Throughout history as the nation’s economy expanded and the accountants knowledge base exploded, accounting education was repeatedly asked to change.

This paper looks at the calls for educational reform and the barriers to change over the past one hundred years. This paper also looks at recommendations to achieve change.

Accounting education is under pressure to change its current teaching methods. In this study, the authors surveyed employers of their university's accounting graduates Author: Sharon Burnett.

The Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) was created to guide and structure this period of change (D. Williams, ). The AECC issued two position statements and several issues Change in Accounting Programs: The Impact of Influences and Constraints 55 The Accounting Educators’ Journal,   () and the Accounting Education Change Commission ().

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The accounting education change debate is not new. For as long as accounting programmes have been offered by higher education institutions, or by professional accounting bodies, their relevance and appropriateness have been questioned.

The purpose of this chapter is to examine the case for change by reviewing, first, the common criticisms of accounting education. of the Accounting Education Change Commission’s (AECC) initiatives. China is focusing more on breadth of education than specialization and Russia is at a preliminary stage having to enhance its financial reporting.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sundem, Gary L. Accounting Education Change Commission. Sarasota, FL: American Accounting Association, © The Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) is a consortium of concerned accounting professionals and accounting educators that advocates the redesigning of accounting curriculums in higher education.

Traditionally accounting programs have focused on the technical aspects of the profession. Although technical competence is necessary for the profession, the AECC urges accounting curricula Author: Janice M. Swanson.

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The Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) has called for students to "know and understand the ethics of the profession and be able to make value-based judgments." [21] Phillip G.

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In an effort to meet the changing demands of the accounting profession the faculty at a small midwestern college developed a plan for revising the first two introductory accounting courses offered to all students majoring in a business related field with guidance provided by The Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC).

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