MS in Accounting (30 credits)
Courses in Accounting
- ACCT 712. Advanced Financial Accounting Theory
- ACCT 723. Advanced Auditing Theory and Practice
- ACCT 747. Communications and Accountants
- ACCT 748. Advanced Accounting Information Systems
- ACCT 752. Advanced Studies in Business Law
- ACCT 757. Taxation of Business Entities
- ACCT 773. Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting and Auditing
Courses in Econ or Risk Management
Students who have received credit for at least two undergraduate or graduate computer science or information systems courses are exempt from the required course #4 ACCT 748, and may substitute it with an elective.
Students who have received equivalent undergraduate credit of the required course #7 ACCT 773 must substitute it with an elective.
Students who have taken ECON 382 or its equivalent are exempt from this requirement and must substitute required course (#10) with an elective.
- ECON 703 or RM 706
- ECON 715 or RM 705
- ECON 705, ECON 721, RM 704, or ECON 726
Elective courses are taken as substitutes if students have satisfied one or more of the ten required courses through their previous undergraduate or graduate coursework.
ACCT 707 ACCT 758 ACCT 759
Other Possible Electives
ACCT 751 CSCI 688 ECON 711 ECON 750 ECON 770 HIST 774
PHIL 760 PSCI 640 PSCI 715 PSYCH 754 SOC 716 SOC 728
URBST 727 URBST 742
Prerequisite Courses for Students without an Undergraduate Accounting Major
Students who have an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree other than accounting must take up to 41-credit prerequisite core courses as determined by the Accounting Graduate Program Director, before the 30-credit MS in Accounting coursework.