Legal topics that should be taught in the undergraduate accounting option at Montana State University
Babcock, Roselae Hoffman
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The purpose of this research was to present the legal topics deemed essential by the respondents of the study to the administration and faculty of the School of Commerce. There have been no curriculum changes in the required course of study under the accounting option in the areas of business law, income tax accounting, or auditing since the upsurge of legal suits involving professional accountants or since the Littler Committee's report in 1969. The study results will disclose whether or not changes in curriculum or course content are needed. They will also provide guidance to the School of Commerce relative to the degree of need for any changes.