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Accounting MBA Career Track

The Accounting MBA Career Track provides students with a wide array of techniques that contribute to careers in consulting, finance, and general management. The Accounting career track offers a breadth of knowledge in accounting and management. Upon completion of the program, graduates will possess the basic conceptual knowledge of accounting and insights into the nature, limitations, interpretations, and uses of financial information and technology necessary for corporate valuation and management.

Choose 9 credits from the following:

  • ACCT-547 - Advanced Financial Reporting (3)

  • ACCT-549 - Contemporary Assurance and Audit Services (3)

  • ACCT-550 - Accounting Information Systems (3)

  • ACCT-560 - Governmental and Not-for Profit Accounting (3)

  • ACCT-596 - Special Topics (3)

  • ACCT-604 - Tax Planning for Individuals and Business Enterprises (3)

  • ACCT-608 - Cost Accounting

  • ACCT-630 - Legislative and Judicial Foundations of Income Tax (3)

  • ACCT-631 - Tax Research and Procedure (3)

  • ACCT-632 - Estate and Gift Tax (3)

  • ACCT-641 - Corporate Financial Reporting (3)

  • ACCT-670 - International Accounting (3)

  • ACCT-677 - Financial Statement Analysis (3)

  • ACCT-725 - Modern Management Control Systems (3)

  • ACCT-740 - Corporation Income Taxation (3)

  • ACCT-741 - State and Local Taxation (3)

  • ACCT-742 - Special Tax Topics

  • ACCT-743 - International Taxation (3)

  • ACCT-745 - Employee Benefit Tax Planning (3)

  • ACCT-746 - Taxation of Real Estate Transactions (3)

  • ACCT-747 - Taxation of Pass-Through Entities (3)

  • ACCT-750 - Tax Policy (3)

  • ACCT-751 - Seminar in Business Tax Planning (3)

  • ACCT-752 - Seminar in Family Financial Planning (3)

  • ACCT-760 - Advanced Auditing and Professional Practice (3)

  • ACCT-780 - Seminar in Accounting Theory (3)

Download: MBA Accounting Career Track Checklist