Whether you are a CPA in public practice or business, the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct applies to you. This course summarizes the nearly two-hundred pages of the code, giving you a clear and concise understanding of its overall framework, principles, rules, standards, and examples of ethical conflicts.
This course also teaches you to evaluate specific procedures and recommendations so that your decision-making and actions are ethically sound. More importantly, you will gain insight into the meaning behind the code: the formation of a principled professional in all aspects of your career. Since the AICPA code is used as a benchmark for state codes, this course will be useful in preparing you to meet state requirements as well.
Review Questions: The Principled Professional: Applying the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct in Public Accounting
FINAL EXAM: The Principled Professional: Applying the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct in Public Accounting
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Robert Brancatelli, Ph.D. teaches Business Ethics in the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University and is founder of the Fordham Road Collaborative (FRC), dedicated to the advancement of personal and corporate mission in the tradition of Ignatian spirituality. He combines both the philosophical and behavioral approaches to business ethics through teaching and consulting. His focus is on the interdisciplinary, innovative, and transformative dimensions of business ethics.
Before joining Fordham, Prof. Brancatelli taught at Santa Clara University and received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies from The Catholic University of America. He is the author of several books and numerous articles in the fields of religious studies and management. His most recent work includes "Laudato si' and a Spirituality of Resiliency"; "The Role of the Jesuit University in the Evolving 'Innovation Triangle' of Business, Government, and Academia"; and "The Evangelist and the Venture Capitalist: A Parable for the 21st Century." He is a frequent presenter at conferences worldwide.