Business Valuation is an important part of the accounting curriculum. The skills students learn in your classroom will not only prepare them for more advanced courses, but to one day succeed in a career.
The below are supplemental curriculum resources that the AICPA Academics team have reviewed and think can be used in the classroom.
The Academics team is proud to offer award-winning curricula designed to encourage faculty and expand the knowledge of accounting students. The curricula below is from the Accounting Professors Curriculum Resource tool and has been recognized for excellence with the Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation and Teaching Award, the George Krull/Grant Thornton AAA Innovation in Junior and Senior-Level Teaching Award, or the Mark Chain/FSA Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award.
- Incorporating Feedback in an MAS Capstone Course
This resource outlines how a capstone graduate accounting course incorporates delivering feedback into a semester-long group project. This course will help students develop the ability to provide feedback to others.
- Valuation = Concept Integration: Business Valuation as an Integrative Capstone Course
This resource outlines a course that uses a business valuation framework as a tool to integrate concepts that can be applied across accounting disciplines and business disciplines.
Related AICPA Credentials
The AICPA provides specialized access to information, education, tools and support that enhance Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential holders' ability to make a genuine difference for their clients and employers. ABV credential holders may brand or position themselves as premier business valuation service providers who differentiate themselves by going beyond the core service of reaching a conclusion of value and creating value for clients through the strategic application of this analysis.