The Master of Science in Accounting program is designed to develop the student’s leadership, decision-making, and critical-thinking abilities. Students entering the program should have an undergraduate degree in accounting. Students without an undergraduate degree in accounting must complete the undergraduate courses necessary to be prepared for graduate courses. Students are given opportunities to make decisions based on the critical evaluation of real-life situations. The faculty strive to prepare graduate accounting students for career opportunities and to compete effectively in global business.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|FIN 5307||Financial Management||3|
|MGMT 5315||International Management for Sustainability||3|
|ACCT 5305||Accounting Theory||3|
|ACCT 5315||Business Law for Accountants||3|
|ACCT 5330||Current Topics in Auditing||3|
|ACCT 5340||Ethics in Accounting||3|
|ACCT 5345||Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|ACCT 5365||Accounting Research Seminar||3|
|ACCT 5375||Tax Research||3|
|ACCT 5395||Current Topics in Accounting||3|
|ACCT 5090||Comprehensive Examination||0|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||30|
Course Information and Schedule
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Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate the application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and Internal Revenue Code.
Demonstrate critical thinking by examining and evaluating alternative solutions to accounting problems.
Display ability to critically evaluate ethical issues in accounting.
Demonstrate ability to communicate technical content clearly and concisely.