MS in Accounting // Courses
Accelerate Your Accounting Career
You must complete the following 24 required core courses with a minimum grade of C or better. Courses can be waived, with the approval of the faculty director. Courses that are waived will be replaced with electives to reach the 30 credits required for graduation.
|BACC 2251 Forensic Accounting||3|
|BACC 2252 Corporate Tax Accounting and Planning||3|
|BACC 2254 Advanced Financial Accounting||3|
|BACC 2258 Strategic Cost Management||3|
|BACC 2525 Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|BSEO 2315 Business Law||3|
|BACC 2558 Not for Profit and Governmental Accounting||3|
|BACC 2559 Individual Tax Accounting and Planning||3|
Choose an additional six elective credits in accounting, including 1.5 credits of Experienced-Based Learning (EBL) coursework. Students may also select electives from the Katz course catalog, with the approval of their advisor. Popular electives include:
|BACC 2523 Accounting Data Analytics||3|
|BACC 2466 Risk Management||1.5|
|BACC 2542 Accounting & Finance Law||3|
|BACC 2543 Tax Policy||1.5|
|BACC 2557 Accounting Research & Writing||1.5|
|BACC 2534 Controllership||1.5|
|BACC 2541 SEC Reporting & Disclosure||3|
|BACC 2255 Internal Controls & Accounting Disclosures for Derivatives||1.5|
|BACC 2524 Internal Audit||1.5|
For course descriptions, please see the Graduate Catalog.
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