Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
MAcc Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the MAcc program a student will be able to:
- Prepare analytical review of complex business and accounting topics from both theory and practice.
- Write clearly, effectively, and efficiently in an accounting context.
- Orally communicate ideas clearly and effectively.
- Demonstrate an appropriate understanding of relevant technology and be able to apply technology to accounting issues.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the professional behavior, regulatory standard setting mechanisms, and ethical responsibilities relevant to clients, markets and society as a whole.
- Demonstrate proficiency in technical topics commonly covered on professional certification examinations such as the CPA, CMA, and CIA examinations.
Assessment process for the above outcomes will be course-imbedded within the graduate accounting courses.
MAcc Program Requirements
Thirty graduate-level semester hours beyond the undergraduate degree must be completed by all students.
- A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate credit.
- A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.
- All course work must be completed within six (6) calendar years.
|AC 621||Advanced Financial Accounting||3|
|AC 624||Tax for Business Entities||3|
|AC 627||Advanced Managerial Accounting||3|
|AC 629||Accounting Research Seminar||3|
|AC 630||Advanced Accounting Information Systems||3|
|AC 639||Accounting Theory and Ethics||3|
|EC 652||Managerial Economics||3|
|AC 626||Contemporary Issues Accounting||3|
|or AC 628||Government/Not for Profit Accounting|
|Select two of the following:||6|
One or two additional accounting courses from above and/or
One or two upper-level MBA courses and/or 1
|Internship in Accounting 2|
Excluding AC 654 Management Accounting Analysis and any law courses included in the MBA curriculum.
Only three hours of AC 699 Internship in Accounting credit are allowed.
Students should consult with the Director of the MAcc Program regarding availability of electives.