Department of Accountancy & Taxation
The MSACCY Degree Plan (with the related course numbers) is provided below and is based on all of the prerequisites being met. The degree plan outlined below is effective for newly admitted students for the Fall 2015 semester. Students that entered the MSACCY program prior to the Fall 2015 semester will continue to follow the appropriate version of the Degree Plan. The Plan provides for individual student customization to address areas of specific interest and also provides for opportunities to: (a) obtain a certificate in one of our five specialization tracks, (b) explore our four oil & gas accounting courses and (c) complete courses in our Internal Audit Program which has been recognized by the Institute of Internal Auditors as a Center of Excellence (one of only six in the world and one of only three in the United States).
|Required Core Courses|
|Advanced Accounting (7330)||3|
|Corporate Taxation (7375)||3|
|Six Accounting/IT courses||18|
|Required Non-Accounting Core Courses:|
|Professional Accounting Communication (7303)||3|
|Business Ethics for Accountants (7304)||3|
|Commercial Law (7305)||3|
|General Business or Accounting Electives:|
Effective for the Spring 2016 semester, all newly admitted students are required to complete an Excel skills development and assessment prior to their first term. This assessment will help students refine their skillsets that are vital in the workplace. Additional Microsoft resources for Access, Word and PowerPoint are also included for the student's use and further skill development during the Program.
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