MBA/Master of Accountancy
The MBA/MACC program prepares you for a wide range of professional careers in accounting or consulting. It is structured to provide an in-depth working knowledge of advanced accounting topics most relevant in today’s business environment. The program also aids significantly in preparation for the CPA exam.
Courses include Advanced Financial Accounting; Advanced Auditing and Assurance; Professional Accounting Research; Information Security; Forensic Accounting; Controls Analysis and Non-Profit Accounting; Shareholder Value Creation; Performance Measurement and Advanced, Managerial Accounting; Taxes and Business Strategy; and Special Topics in Accounting and Taxation.
Students desiring an emphasis in information systems will be offered the following courses in lieu of Forensic Accounting and Special Topics in Accounting and Taxation: Business Process and Workflow Analysis, IT Service and Project Management.
The MBA/MACC dual degree program requires 72 credit hours for graduation.
Special Application and Program Notes