The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1982 Page: 90
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The faculty of the Departments of Accounting and Infor-
mation Sciences at NTSU strongly believe that preparation
for a career as a professional accountant requires a program of
study leading to the master of Science with a major in ac-
counting. However, there is also a need in industry and gov-
ernment for systems analysts that have a thorough under-
standing of both accounting and computer-based information
systems. Accordingly, the Department of Accounting and
Information Systems offers a program leading to the Bachelor
of Science in business computer information systems. This
program is a condensed major, combining elements of both
accounting and computer-based information systems, which
can be completed in a minimum of four academic years.
The Management Program at
NTSU concerns itself with a variety
of subjects including supervisory
management, labor relations, com-
munication skills, and successful
strategies for women in business A
notable program within the Man-
agement Department is the Chief
Executives' Round Table (CERT).
CERT is a program dedicated to as-
sisting chief executive officers in im-
proving their managerial capabilities
through on-going university level
educational experiences and peer in-
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