OVERVIEW

The MCOM programme in Applied Accounting is designed for accounting graduates and professionals who are keen on advancing further in the accounting profession. One key outstanding characteristics of the programme is that, it would enable candidates with basic degree or professional qualification in accounting to develop the application aspects of accounting through practical/technical and specialized knowledge. Accounting for Oil and Gas is a special course taught in this programme option.

Content

  • PHILOSOPHY OF MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING
  • OBJECTIVE OF MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING
  • MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING COURSE STRUCTURE
  • COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

PHILOSOPHY OF MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING

The Pentecost University College MCOM in Applied Accounting Programme is intended to sharpen the skills of the students by combining lecture hall and real life training methodology so as to create the confidence needed to handle today’s rapidly changing business transactions and competition as future senior managers. It is carefully designed, structured and integrated with interactive lecture sessions which emphasizes on team work, seminars, and contemporary case studies.  The programme also aims at inculcating leadership, innovation, creativity and corporate best practices to develop its graduates to become capable of managing all forms of corporate challenges and serve as a conduit to graduates to become entrepreneurs.   

OBJECTIVE OF MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING

The objective of the programme is to equip students with the necessary skills and training to meet job requirements for corporate key positions in Commerce, Industry and Academia, so that they can play active role in the already existing business organizations and emerging businesses following Ghana’s new oil industry.  The programme is also aimed at developing and enhancing the skills required for managers to be creative, innovative and to acquire the technical competence to deal with strategic and operational problems that they are likely to encounter as financial advisers and leaders of business organizations. The programme has been designed to target the human resource needs of specialized industries particularly the emerging Oil and Gas industry in Ghana.

MCOM- APPLIED ACCOUNTING COURSE STRUCTURE

FIRST YEAR

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

MBAC 601

Quantitative Methods

3

MBAC 603

Business Research Methods

3

MBAC 605

Accounting for Managers

 3

MCOC 607

International Accounting & Taxation

3

MBAC 609

Business and Legal Environment

3

MBAC 611

Management and Organizational Behaviour

3

Total Credit

18

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

MBAC 602

Managerial Economics

3

MBAC 604

Marketing Management

3

MCOC 604

Enterprise Risk Management

3

MCOC 608

Public Sector Economics

3

MBAC 612

Management Information System (MIS)

3

MBAC 614

Research Seminar I

3

Total Credit

18

SECOND YEAR

First Semester

Course Code  

Course Title  

Credit Hours  

MBAC 615

Research Seminar II

3

MBAC 617

Operations Management

3

MCOA 619

Contemporary Developments in Accounting

3

MCOA 621

Accounting Case Studies and Research

3

MBAF 623

Financial Risk Management

3

MCOA 625

Accounting for Public Sector

3

Total Credit

18

                                                              

Second Semester                                                                      

Course Code 

Course Title 

Credit Hours 

MCOA 626

Accounting for Oil and Gas Industry

3

MCOA 628

Accounting for Hospitality Industries           

3

MBAC 632

Long Essay

6

Total Credit

12

Total Credits for the Entire Programme is 66 Credit Hours

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 

MBAC 601 Quantitative Methods

This course provides the fundamental quantitative knowledge necessary for managers to use the results of analyses to enhance the decision-making process.  This course will enhance students' ability to perform the necessary quantitative analyses, understand the usefulness and limitations of the methods and recognize situations where the methods can be applied beneficially, and issues involved when utilizing the results of analyses. The course provides the analytical tools needed for making informed business decisions using data. The focus is on decision making using the tools of mathematics. Topics to be treated will include basic statistical principles such as probability distributions, inferential statistics (sampling), regression analysis, decision trees, utility theory, and simulation.

Reading List

  • Chiang Alpha C. (1984) Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics (3rd ed.): U.S.A, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.
  • Macleod, Stewart, Ferrier, Gordon (2002), Quantitative Methods: U.S.A, Crucial Publishers.
  • Mohammed, Adil Hasan (2000), Quantitative Method for Business and Economics (3rd ed.): U.S.A, L M.E sharp Publishers.
  • Sweeney, Denis J., Anderson, David R., William Thomas A., Camm Jeff D., Martin Kipp R. (2009), Quantitative methods for Business (11th ed.): UK, Cengage Learning.   
  • Waters, Donald, Waters, Donald J. (2008), Quantitative Methods for business (4th ed.): UK Prentice Hall.

MBAC 602 Managerial Economics

This course focuses on the application of economics theory in management analysis and decisions, and their relevance to business decision-making; therefore, it is designed to select the mathematical tools, topics and techniques essential for success in today’s business and economics. Topics covered in the course include: Price Determination in Alternative Market Structures, Demand and Supply Theories, Production and Costs Functions, and Decision-making under Uncertainty using Game Theory from a Business viewpoint.  Other topics covered are Exchange Rates, Interest Rates, Economic Policy, Inflation and International Trade. In addition, the course will provide a basic introduction to econometric analysis and its role in managerial decision-making. 

Reading List

  • Hirschey, Mark (2008), Managerial economics (12th ed.): UK. Cengage Learning.
  • McGuigan J. R., Moyer Charles R., deB, Harris F. H. (2008), Managerial Economics, Applications, Strategy, and Tactics (11th ed.): U.S.A, Thompson South-Western Publishing.
  • Pug, I., Lehman, Dale (2007), Managerial Economic (3rd ed.): New York, Wiley – Blackwell.
  • Webster, Thomas J. (2003), Managerial Economics Theory and Practice, UK, Emerald Group publishers.

MBAC 603 Business Research Methods

The objective of this course is to introduce students to business research methods. It is designed to ensure that students acquire practical research skills, understand the principles of research and also help students to link the research process with theories. Topical areas will include the meaning of research, research problems, types of research, research process and design, choice of research topic, components of research proposal, literature review, research strategies, sampling analysis, data collection, research ethics, data analysis, and report writing. 

Reading List

  • Black, Ken (2009), Business Statistics: Contemporary Decision Making (6th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Bryman, Alan, Bell, Emma (2007), Business Research Methods (2nd ed.): UK, Oxford University Press.
  • Lucey T. (1997), Quantitative Techniques, Chicago, ELBS with DP Publication.
  • Vitalis, A., Zepp, K. A. (1989), Business Research and Statistics, USA, API press.

MBAC 604 Marketing Management

This foundation course in strategy covers a range of Core concepts and analytical techniques relating to competitive advantage in global organizations.  It deals with both classical and contemporary issues of importance such as industry analysis, Core competence of organizations, top management teams and corporate governance, product/market scope decisions, and value chain analysis.  The emphasis is on the application of analytical tools and frameworks to understand complex strategy issues.

Reading List

  • Hollensen, Svend (2010), Marketing Management: A Relationship Approach (2nd ed.): New York, Pearson Education.
  • Kotler, Philip (2000), Marketing Management (10th ed.): India, Prentice Hall.
  • London, David L., Stevens, Robert E., Wrenn, Bruce (2004), Marketing Management Text and cases, London, Routledge
  • Mullins, J., Walken, Orville (2012) Marketing Management: A strategic Decision – Making Approach (8th ed.): USA, McGraw – Hill Companies, Inc.
  • Peter, Paul J., Donnelly, James H. Jr. (2010), Marketing Management (10th ed.): USA, McGraw- Hill Companies, Inc.

MBAC 605 Accounting for Managers

Business managers at various level of management require understanding of financial and management accounting principles for effective discharge of their managerial roles. This course is designed to provide managers with sound understanding of such accounting matters. Financial accounting topics to be covered in the syllabus include the accounting equation, preparation and analysis of financial statement using tools such as ratios. Cost and management accounting topic to be discussed would include costing methods and costing techniques. Planning and cost control aspect of organizations shall be discussed using budgetary controls and variance analysis. Performance measurement and divisional control shall also be discussed.

Reading List

  • Burns, William J. (2005), Accounting for Managers: Text and Case (3rd ed.): USA, Thompson /South –Western.
  • Collier, Paul M. (2012), Accounting for Managers: Interpreting Accounting Information for Decision- Making (4th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons
  • Gopal, Rana (2009), Accounting for Managers: USA, New Age International.
  • Webster, William H. (2003), Accounting for Managers: USA, McGraw-Hill Professional.

MCOC 606 Enterprise Risk Management

The course has two major and interrelated parts—enterprise risk management and accounting policy. The first part of the course looks at the strategic, operational, and financial risk that organizations face. Through case study, the process of risk identification, risk assessment, and risk monitoring is covered. The second part of the course focuses on the accounting policy making process including case discussions of specific corporate policy making in reporting to shareholders and other stakeholders.  

Reading List

  • Duckert, G. H. (2010), Practical Enterprise Risk Management: A Business Process Approach: USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Monahan, Gregory (2008), Enterprise Risk Management: A Methodology for Achieving Strategic Objectives: USA, John Wiley and Son.
  • Olson, David L., Wu, Desheng D. (2008), Enterprise Risk Management: Singapore, World Scientific Publishing Co. Plc. Ltd.
  • Olson, David L., Wu, Desheng D. (2010), Enterprise Risk Management Models: USA, Springer.


MCOC 607 International Accounting & Taxation

The object of the course International Taxation is to provide the students with a thorough understanding and command of national Ghanaian as well as international tax law enabling them to address analyze and solve issues concerning international taxation.  The course will focus on relevant sources of Ghanaian and International laws. The important provisions in Ghanaian tax law concerning tax liability for individuals and companies will be addressed including issues concerning exit taxation. Further, the scope of limited liability to Ghana for foreign companies and individuals as well as special Ghanaian tax incentives for foreign investors working in Ghana will be addressed. The topics beneficial ownership in relation to dividend distributions as well as requalification of entities for tax purposes will be discussed. Joint taxation problems will also be addressed. The course will also consider international taxation from the perspectives of: domestic operations owning foreign subsidiaries, and foreign subsidiaries owning domestic subsidiaries and consolidation.

Reading List

  • Choi, Fredeick D. S., Mueller, Gherhard G. (1992), International Accounting (2nd ed.): UK, Prentice Hall.
  • Read, Colin (2007), International Taxation Handbook: Policy, Practice, Standards, and Regulations: USA, Elsevier.
  • Sale, J. Timothy (2007), Advances in International Accounting: USA, Elsevier.
  • Walton, P., Haller, A., Raffournier C. (2003), International Accounting (2nd ed.): UK, Cengage Learning EMEA

MCOC 608 Public Sector Economics

Public Sector Economics discusses the impact of government revenues and expenditures on economic activity, with special reference to developing countries. The course raises theoretical and empirical issues relating to the role of the public sector in economic development. The course is comprehensive in scope. Topics include public goods, market failure, the role of government, public choice and political business cycles, public expenditure growth, structural adjustment and taxation.

Reading List

  • Bailey, Stephen J. (2002), Public Sector Economics: Theory, Policy, and Practice (2nd ed.): UK, Palgrave.
  • Howard, Michael (2001), Public Sector Economics for Developing Countries: India, University of West Indies Press.
  • Robbins, Donijo (2005), Handbook of Public Sector Economics: USA, Taylor and Francis.
  • Stiglitz, Joseph E. (2000), Economics of the Public Sector (3rd ed.): UK, W. W. Norton.
  • Tresch, Richard W. (2008), Public Sector Economics: London, Palgrave Macmillan.

MBAC 609 Business and Legal Environments

This course is designed to provide students with an overview of various legal concepts and principles impacting business. It introduces students to a broad array of information and develops relevant skills encompassing the dynamic nature of the legal environment and its relationship to the transactional and functional aspects of business by incorporating unique instructional methodologies that combine theory with real life case examples of practical application and significance.  Topical areas include procedural laws and the court system; alternative means of dispute resolution; constitutional law, torts/products liability, business crimes, contracts, sales, forms of business organizations, and employment regulation.

Reading List

  • Halbert, J., Ingulli, Elaine (2011), Law and Ethics in Business Environment (7th ed.):   Cengage Learning
  • Meiners, Roger E., Ringles A. H., Edward, Francis L. (2011), The Legal Environment of Business (11th ed.): USA, Cengage Learning
  • Miller, Roger L., Cross, Frank B. (2012), The Legal Environment Today: Business in its Ethnical, Regulatory, E – commerce, and Global settings (7th ed.): UK, Cengage Learning.
  • Ringles, Al H., Meiners, Roger E., Edwards, Frances L. (1993), Managing in the Legal Environment (2nd ed.): USA, West Pub. Co.
  • Schaffer, R., Augusti, F., Eanle, Beverley (2008), International and Business Law and it Environment (7th ed.):  USA, Cengage Learning

MBAC 611   Management and Organizational Behaviour

This course examines the range of individual and group behaviour in an organization.  The course will take a functional approach to the study of business management, and will integrate organizational behaviour theories with an understanding of managerial practices.  Students will learn to apply these concepts to organizational settings by the use of examples, case-studies and exercises.  Topics to be covered include: personality and attitudes, perception, motivation in the work setting, group and team behaviour, leadership, interpersonal communication, and organizational design and culture.

Reading List

  • Cook, Curtis W., Hunsaker, Philip L. (2002), Organizational Behaviour and Management (3rd ed.): USA, McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
  • Martin, J., Fellenz, Martin (2010), Organizational Behaviour and Management (4th ed.): New York, Cengage Learning EMEA.
  • Pierce, Jon L., Gardener, Donald G., Dunham, Randall B. (2001), Management and Organizational Behaviour: An Integrated Perspective: New York, Cengage Learning EMEA.
  • Saha, Jayantee (2009), Management and Organizational Behaviour: India, Excel Books,

MBAC 612 Management Information System

This course examines the role of information systems in supporting a wide range of organizational functions. The aim of this course is to enable students to appreciate the opportunities and problems that managers in a wide range of organizations face as they attempt to use these information technology (IT) applications to add value to their businesses. The courses explains basic concepts for IT/IS management discusses organizational, business and strategic issues surrounding IT/IS, and analyze and evaluate uses of strategic IT/IS in practice. Topics to be treated includes; the strategic role of information systems, information systems and organizations, information, management, and decision making, the challenge of information systems, managing data resources, managing international information systems and ethical and social impact of information systems.

Reading List

  • Laudon, Kenneth C., Laudon, Jane P. (2011), Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm: UK, Prentice Hall.
  • O’Brien, James A., Mavakas, George M. (2008), Management Information Systems (8th ed.): U.S.A, McGraw- Hill/Irwin,
  • OZ, Effy (2008), Management Information Systems (6th ed.): U.S.A, Cengage Learning. 
  • Post, Gerald V., Anderson, David Lee (2005), Management Information Systems, (4th ed.): U.S.A, McGraw –Hill /Irwin

MBAC 614 Research Seminar I

This Seminar is compulsory for all students aimed at giving students the opportunity to present their research papers. This Seminar will also expose students to leading experts in the fields of business, academia and public and private sectors.  Thus, it will provide the platform for academic researchers, professional practitioners and students the opportunity to present, exchange views, share findings and discuss new developments and challenges in business.  

Reading List

  • Black, Ken (2009), Business Statistics: Contemporary Decision Making (6th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Bryman, Alan, Bell, Emma (2007), Business Research Methods (2nd ed.): UK, Oxford University Press.
  • Lucey T. (1997), Quantitative Techniques: USA, ELBS with DP Publication.
  • Vitalis, A., Zepp, K. A. (1989), Business Research and Statistics: USA, API Press.

MBAC 615 Research Seminar II

The objective of this course is to introduce students to business research methods. It is designed to ensure that students acquire practical research skills, understand the principles of research and also help students to link the research process with theories. Students will be exposed to real life situations by inviting professionals in the various business areas or set up where students can interact with them on potential challenges they might face in the business world and help them on how to solve such challenges.

Reading List

  • Black, Ken (2009), Business Statistics: Contemporary Decision Making (6th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Bryman, Alan, Bell, Emma (2007), Business Research Methods (2nd ed.): UK, Oxford University Press.
  • Lucey T. (1997), Quantitative Techniques: USA, ELBS with DP Publication.
  • Vitalis, A., Zepp, K. A. (1989), Business Research and Statistics: USA, API Press.


MBAC 617 Operations Management

This course is designed to emphasize the strategic importance of operations management to the overall performance of the enterprise. A functional view of how to manage the activities involved in the process of converting or transforming resources into products or services. Thus, the course examines the concepts for designing, planning and improving manufacturing and service organizations. Topics include; product and process planning and design, forecasting, facility location and layout, production staffing, job design and work measurement, capacity planning, aggregate planning, inventory management, requirements planning, operations scheduling, Just-in-time, and quality assurance.

Reading List

  • Barnes, David (2005), Operations Management: An International Perspective: U.S.A, Cengage Learning EMEA. 
  • Bettley, A., Mayle, D., Tantoush, T. (2005), Operations Management: A Strategic Approach: U.S.A, Sage Publications,
  • Brown, Steve (2001), Operations Management: Policy, Practice and Performance Improvement: USA, Butterworth–Heinemann
  • Stephenson, Williams J. (2009), Operations Management (10th ed.): U.S.A McGraw–Hill/Irwin.
  • Vidler, Chris (2001), Operations Management: U.S.A, Heimann Publishers

MCOA 619    Contemporary Development in Accounting

This course consists of two distinct, but integrated parts. Part one focuses on two interwoven topics: accounting theory formulation and standard setting in a chronological format. This section analyzes the major historical efforts attempted in the development of an accounting theory. The Conceptual Framework project is studied, and the FASB and how it influences current standard setting is examined. Part two covers contemporary financial reporting issues as they relate to the FASB's Conceptual Framework. Controversial accounting areas, such as cash flows, accounting for pensions, post-employment benefits and stock options, are studied within the context of the definitions of assets and liabilities provided by the Conceptual Framework. Interesting and challenging cases would be studied to equipped students with practical experience in applying accounting theory.

Reading List

  • Bazley, Michael E., Bazley, M., Hancock, Phil (2009), Contemporary Accounting (7th ed.): Australia, Cengage Learning.
  • Bhimani, Alnoor (2006), Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting: UK, Oxford University Press
  • Evans, Thomson G. (2003), Accounting Theory: Contemporary Accounting Issues: USA, Thomson/South-Western.  
  • Nobes, C. (2004), Developments in International Accounting: General Issues and Classification (2nd ed.): USA, Edward Elgar.         

MCOA 621 Accounting Case Studies and Research

This course functions as a culminating assessment in which students will apply and integrate the knowledge and skills they have learned in previous accounting courses. Through the study of high quality cases involving current topics in financial accounting, students will identify issues, weigh relevant factors, make informed decisions, and defend their positions on the cases.

At the end of the course, students should be able to integrate their accounting knowledge with ethical and global considerations in their analyses and interpretations of financial accounting information. The course is also designed to enable students conduct electronic and library research, work effectively on teams and speak as well as write clearly and persuasively accounting cases.

Reading List

  • Brennan, N. (1995), Accounting Research: USA, Oak Tree Press.
  • Hoque, Zahirul (2006), Methodological Issues in Accounting Research: Theories, Methods, and Issues: New York, Spiramus.
  • Kothari, S. P. (2002), Contemporary Accounting Research: Synthesis and Critique: UK, Elsevier.
  • Smith, Malcolm (2011), Research Methods in Accounting (2nd ed.): USA, SAGE Publications Ltd.


MBAF 623 Financial Risk Management

The course looks at tools, tactics, and strategies of risk management. Other topics treated in this course include treasury risk measurement, interest rate risk management, currency risk management, and credit risk management. We will also study value-at-risk approach to integrated risk management, risk management and corporate financing decisions, internal control systems, and accounting/disclosure issues.  

Reading List

  • Allan, Richard, Cossor, Christine (2005), Financial Risk Management: U.S.A, Deakin University Press.
  • Christoffersen, Peter (2011), Elements of Financial Risk Management (2nd ed.): U.S.A, Academic Press.
  • Horcher, Karen A. (2011), Essentials of Financial Risk Management: U.S.A, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Malz, Allan M. (2011), Financial Risk Management: Models, History, and Institutions: U.S.A, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Yap, Voon Choong (2009), Financial Risk Management: Germany, Lambert Academic Publishing.

MCOA 625 Accounting for Public Sector

This course examines the role of government and its mechanisms for control over public expenditures and resources to ensure greater efficiency and effectiveness in government activities, and public sector accounting standards. It considers the public sector environment and how it differs from private sector - the roles of externalities and accountability and recent reforms in public sector financial management. An examination of major issues in public sector financial management - use of cash and accrual accounting information systems; management of financial and physical assets including environmental considerations;  performance measurement issues for MDAs; management and performance of government business enterprises including privatisation issues; public sector audits and roles of the Auditor-General and accountability issues; budgeting and budget process and management; the District Assemblies Concept and the operations of the Administrator of the District Assemblies Common Fund, and other types of public.

Reading List

  • Bailey, S. J. (2004), Strategic Public Finance: London, Palgrave
  • Bean, J., Hussey, L (1997), Finance for Non Financial Public Sector Managers, HB Publications
  • Coombs, H.M., Jenkins, D. E. (2002), Public Sector Financial Management (3rd ed.): USA, Thompson
  • Freeman, R. J., Shoulders, C. D. (2003). Governmental and non-profit accounting (7th
  • ed.): UK, Prentice Hall.
  • Granof, Michael H. (2007), Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and
  • Practices (4th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Mugittu, B.N. (1991), Government and Financial Procedures: A study Guide: Germany, TPH, DSM

MCOA 626 Accounting for Oil and Gas Industry

The Oil and Gas industry includes the exploration, development, production, oil and gas revenue, refining and tanker transportation. Oil and Gas companies can be an integrated business, which has exploration, development, production, refining and marketing activities as one business, or they can be independent company operating in one of the above business segments. The course will offer a blend of theory, knowledge, analytical and practical skills required for effective management of key energy resources that will enable students to understand the key issues which relate to oil and gas accounting. The following topics will be covered: accounting for exploration of Oil and Gas, accounting for Oil and Gas development, accounting for Oil and Gas production, accounting for Oil and Gas processing, accounting for Oil and Gas transportation, accounting for Oil and Gas marketing, accounting for joint Oil and Gas operation, accounting for Oil and Gas technical contract. International Accounting Standards (ISA) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) concerning the treatment of Oil and Gas Accounting will also be addressed.

Reading List

  • Cavender, Bruce (1999), Minerals Production Costs: Analysis and Management: USA, SME.
  • Koester, Robert J. (1982), Handbook on Oil and Gas Accounting: USA, Institute of Energy Development.
  • Wright, Charlotte J., Gallun, Rebecca A. (2008), Fundamentals of Oil and Gas Accounting (5th ed.): USA, Penn Well Books.
  • Wright, Charlotte J., Gallun, Rebecca A. (2005), International Petroleum Accounting, PennWell Books.

MCOA 628 Accounting for Hospitality Industries

The course will introduce students to requirements for business start ups. It is also envisaged that, types of business and laws regulating their operations in the country will be discussed.  Students will be introduced to fundamentals of financial accounting.  The approach will be such that, even non accounting students will appreciate it.  Simple budget preparation, room costing, debit notes, cash forecast, preparation of profit and loss accounts are some of the topics to be treated.

Reading List

  • Guilding, Chris (2009), Accounting Essential for Hospitality Managers (2nd ed.): U.S.A, Butterworth- Heinemann.
  • Hales, Jonathan A. (2010), Accounting and Financial Analysis in the Hospitality Industry: UK, Prentice Hall.
  • Jagels, Martin G., Ralston, Catherine E. (2006), Hospitality Management Accounting (9th ed.): USA, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Moncarz, Elisas Nestor dej. Portocarrero, and Reza, Davoodi (2006), Accounting for the Hospital Industry: Canada, Pearson Education.
  • Weygandt, Jerry J.,  Kieso, Donald E., Kimmel, Paul D.,  DeFranco, Agnes L. (2008), Hospitality Financial Accounting (2nd ed.): John Wiley and Sons.

MBAC 632 Long Essay


Candidates shall take a compulsory 60-page Long Essay.  Every candidate will be assigned a supervisor from the specialized area that will provide guidance in the writing and presentation of the final report. This will constitute six (6) credit hours.

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