Degree Plan for the Master of Accounting

Below are the courses by semester for the MAcc program.

Fall Semester

Course Title Credits

AC 535

Auditing

4

AC 537

Cost Accounting

4

AC 532

Corporate Taxation

4

AC 534

Advanced Accounting

3

AC 539

Accounting Research

1

 

Total Credits

16

Spring Semester

Course Title Credits

AC 533

Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting

4

AC 536

Federal Taxation of Individuals

3

AC 538

Forensic Accounting

3

AC 539

Accounting Research

2

EB 563 or 565

Financial Markets & Institutions or Financial Theory & Analysis (offered alternating years)

4

 

Total Credits

16

Prerequisites

Entry to the MAcc program requires completion of the following courses or equivalents.

Course Title Credits

EB 131

Financial Accounting

3

EB 232

Intermediate Accounting I

4

EB 233

Intermediate Accounting II

4

EB 203 or EB 204

Introduction to Business Law or Legal Regulations of Business

3

EB 223

Principles of Microeconomics

3

PL 230

Business Ethics

3

EB 211

Business Statistics or approved statistics course

3

MA 130

Calculus

4

 

Total Credits

27

Policies

Completion of the MAcc program requires students to have a grade point average of 3.0 or greater to graduate. Students with grade point averages below 3.0 at the conclusion of their first semester of study will develop and present a performance improvement plan to the accounting faculty for approval before the start of their second semester. Students may repeat courses until their GPA meets the minimum requirement for graduation.