The mission of the Master of Science in Accounting (MACC) is to help students
meet some of the requirements for the Certified Public Accountant licensure.
Also, the MACC aims to developethical and culturally competent professionals in
the accounting field.
Upon the completion of the program, the student will be able to:
Apply accounting standards, rules and regulations.
Utilize critical-thinking in solving accounting and business problems.
Effectively communicate in diverse cultural and organizational settings.
Research accounting and business problems and generate new knowledge.
Demonstrate ethical and professional judgment.
Foundation Courses: 0-30 semester hours 30學分畢業
The foundation courses a student must fulfill are determined by a review of the
student’s undergraduate coursework and professional experience. If foundation
courses are needed, they should be among the first courses taken. Undergraduate
accounting courses can be used to satisfy the following accounting foundation
BUS 501Corporate Accounting and Reporting I (3)
BUS 502 Corporate Accounting and Reporting II (3)
BUS 506Auditing Standards and Practices (3)
BUS 508Federal Taxation Concepts and Practices-Individual (3)
Students might be also be required to take the MBA foundation courses,
undergraduate business courses can be used to satisfy these foundation courses:
BUS 500A Accounting Fundamentals (3)
BUS 500B Economics for Decision Making (3)
BUS 500C Quantitative and Statistical Analysis (3)
BUS 500D Business Finance (3)
BUS 500E Business Management (3)
BUS 500F Business Marketing (3)
Total Program: 30 semester hours30學分畢業
ACCT 501 Current Accounting Issues (3)
ACCT 504 Corporate Taxation (3)
ACCT 505 International Financial Reporting Standards (3)
ACCT 506 Forensic Accounting OR
BUS 509 Cost Accounting (3)
ACCT 507 Accounting Decision Models (3)
ACCT 508 Governmental and Not for Profit Accounting OR
BUS 505 Accounting for Specialized Accounting Entities (3)
ACCT 543 Accounting Ethics and Professional Responsibilities (3)
ACCT 510 Advanced Auditing (3)
ACCT 595 Accounting Research and Communication (3)