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Accounting: Accounting is known as the language of business. The major prepares you to gather, record, analyze, interpret, and communicate financial information about an individual’s or an organization’s performance and risks. You study such topics as financial statement preparation and analysis, risk assessment, and control management, decision-making, tax preparation and planning, management of accounting information systems, auditing, and fraud. Accounting is often housed in a school of business or management. Sometimes it is in the economics or social sciences department. The accounting major includes both technical and application-based course work. Students may need lessons in either of these. Students sometimes request lessons in lecture format, which is often supplemented with interactive learning tools such as case analyses, computer simulations, and research projects. Students may need lessons in risk assurances, e-commerce accounting and control, fraud investigation, internal auditing, and ethics. Internal auditing or accounting information systems are also sometimes requested. The American Accounting Associating (AAA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants are sometimes consulted for guidance in how to structure accounting lessons. I have ten years of accounting tutoring work.