The MS program is based upon the students working in a wide range of organizations; they must be adept at understanding the relationship of one’s self to the organization in a way that brings them to a level of mastery. The program consists of 3 (three) credit hour courses. The eight core courses (24 credit hours) provide an in-depth exposure to core accounting theory and practice that are applicable to a wide range of situations and organizations. In this concentration, students also select two elective courses to compliment the core requirements. These students may select any graduate level business course as long as the prerequisite requirements are met.
Ten courses are required for program completion; the 8 courses immediately below and 2 additional courses to be selected from the elective offerings. While some course sequencing is important, the program is designed to permit students to complete requirements at their own pace.
MAC 7100 Financial Accounting Theory and Policy and Research
MAC 7200 Advanced Managerial Accounting
MAC 7300 Issues in Auditing and Assurance Services
MAC 7400 Fraud Prevention and Forensic Accounting
MAC 7500 Federal Taxation, Policy and Research
MAC 7600 International Accounting and Taxation
MBA 7200 Financial Management
MBA 7294 Advanced Financial Analysis
2 Electives, any master's level business courses
Please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.