Accounting and IT Systems I


Course Objective

Bridging Theory and Practice - Knowledge:
Students will know the several aspects companies have to decide about
regarding accounting information.

Bridging theory and Practice - Application:
Students are able to enter company and process data into the ERP-system
SAP and interprete the information that is delivered from the system.
This is how companies work.

Course Content

In this course the role of accounting information for companies is
discussed from several perspectives: functional (to execute processes),
reporting, compliance and security. Also students will experience
processing accounting information in a practical case that is executed
in the ERP-system SAP.

Teaching Methods


Method of Assessment

Written exam – Individual assessment
Execute a practice case

Entry Requirements

Basic theory of book-keeping.


Romney & Steinbart - Accounting Information Systems, latest edition
Schenk & Draijer - Hands-on with SAP ERP and IDES (free to download)

Additional reading will be announced on Canvas.

General Information

Course Code E_EBE3_AIT1
Credits 6 EC
Period P1
Course Level 200
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator drs. J.G.I. van den Belt RA
Examiner drs. J.G.I. van den Belt RA
Teaching Staff dr. N. Detzen
drs. J.G.I. van den Belt RA

Practical Information

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Teaching Methods Seminar, Lecture
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