Curriculum & Plan of Study

The MAcc program is designed to serve two types of students.  Individuals holding an undergraduate degree in accounting are required to complete thirty (30) semester hours of course work.  While scheduling changes may occur, the courses are typically offered as follows:

Course Number

Course Name

Term Offering

MGMT 50100

Advanced Taxation

Fall

MGMT 50500

Advanced Managerial Accounting

Fall

MGMT 50600

Advanced Auditing

Fall

MGMT 59000

Communications for Accountants

Fall

MGMT 50900

International Accounting

Summer

MGMT 51500

Fraud Investigation & Forensic Accounting

Summer

MGMT 50800

Accounting for Non-Profit & Government Entities

Spring

MGMT 59000

Advanced Financial Accounting

Spring

MGMT 59000

Corporate Governance & Ethics

Spring

MGMT 60400

Advanced Financial Reporting (Capstone)

Spring


Individuals holding an undergraduate degree in an area other than accounting are required to complete a number of “leveling courses” designed to prepare students for the advanced course work of the program.  Leveling courses could include as many as seven (7) courses totaling twenty-one (21) hours.   While scheduling changes may occur, the courses are typically offered as follows:

Course Number

Course Name

Term Offering

ACC 20000

Introduction to Accounting

Fall, Spring, Summer

ACC 20100

Management Accounting I Fall, Spring, Summer

ACC 35000

Intermediate Accounting I

Fall, Spring

ACC 35100

Intermediate Accounting II

Fall, Spring

ACC 40400

Tax Accounting

Fall, Spring

ACC 40600

Auditing

Fall, Spring

ACC 40700

Advanced Managerial Accounting

Fall, Spring

These courses will not be included as part of the 30 hours of graduate credit required on a plan of study for the Master of Accountancy degree.