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    article posted December 6, 2015 by Julie Smith David, last edited December 6, 2015, tagged IMA-AAA MAS task force 
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    Thoughts on Competency Integration in Accounting Education. Issues in Accounting Education

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    journal/magazine/etc.:
    Issues in Accounting Education
    publication date:
    August 2015, Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 149-171
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    ABSTRACT

    The paper follows up on Lawson et al. (2014), which reported on the work of a joint task force sponsored by the Management Accounting Section (MAS) of the American Accounting Association (AAA) and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) charged with the responsibility of developing curricular recommendations for accounting education. The current paper extends the discussion by examining possibilities for integrating foundational competencies and broad management competencies into the accounting curriculum, and for integrating across various accounting competencies. The paper provides a detailed example to illustrate its recommendations. The paper also discusses two implementation challenges related to curriculum integration and offers some thoughts for productively responding to them. Finally, the paper includes three appendices that contain an additional example and list additional resources for instructors to support curricular-integration initiatives in accounting.

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