Advanced coursework with a focus on preparation for practice of public accounting, primarily auditing, and for CPA licensure. Coursework emphasizes auditing, financial reporting and analysis, and professional ethics.

Effective Spring 2018

Required Core
ACT 540Professional Ethics and Responsibilities3
ACT 561Legal and Regulatory Issues in Accounting3
ACT 601BProfessional Practice: Accounting3
ACT 631Corporate Taxation3
ACT 641Information Systems Audit and Control3
Other Required Courses
ACT 541Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing3
ACT 612Issues in Financial Reporting and Auditing3
ACT 614Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation3
Electives
Select six credits of the following, or other approved MAcc elective in consultation with advisor:6
Accounting Information Technologies
Government and Nonprofit
Oil and Gas Accounting
Flow-Through Entities
State and Local Taxation
Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders
Special Topics in Taxation
Business Intelligence
Information Technology and Project Management
Enterprise Computing and Systems Integration
International Business Finance
Negotiating Globally
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Program Total Credits:30

A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.