This course may be taken prior to or during the same term.
|Degree:||Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.)|
|Department:||76, Room 212|
|Semester Hours Required For Degree: 30|
The Master of Accountancy(MAcc) is an included program in the University's accreditation by AACSB International.
The MAcc develops the graduate student's conceptual understanding of current and emerging technical issues facing the accounting profession, advanced technical skills in the field, and research and communication skills commensurate with the requirements of the accounting profession. The MAcc requires 30 semester hours of coursework, exclusive of Foundational Proficiencies. The core courses provide advanced work in the areas of financial and managerial accounting, contemporary professional issues, auditing, tax research, and financial management. A strong emphasis on the development of analytical, communication, and presentation skills is evident in the courses. Students wishing to focus more on tax issues may obtain a specialization in taxation.
Candidates admitted to the MAcc program are required to complete all courses with a grade of "C" (2.0) or better, and are required to maintain an overall graduate and MAcc GPA of 3.0 (B) or better. Core MAcc courses that are not compliant with the time to degree policy must be reviewed to determine proficiency.
Graduates of this program are now successfully pursuing careers in public accounting as auditors, consultants, and tax practitioners; in industry as financial and operational managers; and in government in a variety of roles. The emphasis on written and verbal skills, when combined with the emphasis on analysis and advanced technical information, is intended to prepare graduates to pursue a wide variety of professional opportunities.
Contact the department for information about graduate assistantships and scholarships.
Admission to candidacy in the MAcc program is gained by demonstrating proficiency in the college’s core curriculum and the following courses:
|ACG 3101||Intermediate Financial Accounting I||3|
|ACG 3111||Intermediate Financial Accounting II||3|
|ACG 3343||Cost Accounting||3|
|ACG 3401||Accounting Information Systems||3|
|ACG 4151||Accounting Theory||3|
|ACG 4201||Advanced Financial Accounting||3|
|BUL 3130||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|FIN 3403||Managerial Finance||3|
|TAX 4001||Tax Accounting||3|
A minimum grade of "C" (2.0) is required for all proficiency courses. Proficiencies may be demonstrated by satisfactory completion of equivalent courses or by special examination. Courses completed more than four years prior to admission must be reviewed and, in most instances, an examination to determine proficiency will be recommended.
In addition to the University graduate admission requirements described in the Admissions section of the catalog, the department bases decisions for regular admission on a holistic review of credentials in which the following criteria are used to assess the potential success of each applicant:
* The graduate admission test may be waived for the following:
Inquiries should be addressed to the chairperson of the Department of Accounting and Finance. The chairperson or a representative will assist in all matters of application, admission, degree planning, and graduation. Copies of the transcripts describing prior academic work and results of the graduate admission test should be submitted at the time of application to the Graduate School.
|ACG 6308||Advanced Managerial Accounting||3|
|ACG 6805||Seminar in Financial Accounting||3|
|ACG 6856||Advanced Auditing||3|
|BUL 5831||Commercial Law||3|
|FIN 6406||Financial Management||3|
|TAX 6065||Tax Data Bases, Research and Procedure||3|
5000/6000 Advisor-approved ACG/TAX electives totaling 9 hours. Must fulfill Corporate Income Tax and Governmental & Non-Profit Accounting requirements at undergraduate or graduate level.
5000/6000 Advisor-approved COB elective