M.S. in Accounting - Course Offerings

See Accounting course descriptions for more information (Adobe PDF required).

Required courses (21 credits)

Foundation courses (15 credits)

AC 530 Accounting for Governments, Hospitals, and Universities
AC 570 Issues in Accounting Ethics
AC 580 Financial Statement Analysis
TX 510 Entity Taxation

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AC 550 Accounting Information Systems and Technology
AC 560 Audit Issues in a Global Environment
TX 550 Tax Planning

International course (3 credits):

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AC 560 Audit Issues in a Global Environment
TX 542 International Taxation

Designated research course (3 credits):

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AC 590 Research on Contemporary Issues in Accounting
TX 500 Tax Research

Elective courses (9 credits)

AC  520 International Accounting
AC  550 Accounting Information Systems and Technology
AC 560 Audit Issues in a Global Environment
AC 585 Seminar: Special Topics in Accounting
AC 590 Research on Contemporary Issues in Accounting
TX 500 Tax Research
TX 501 Tax Accounting
TX 502 Taxation of Property Transactions
TX 512 Advanced Topics in Entity Taxation
TX 520 Estate and Gift Taxation
TX 530 Partnership Taxation
TX 540 State and Local Taxation
TX 542 International Taxation
TX 548 Tax Practice and Procedure
TX 550 Tax Planning
TX 585 Seminar: Contemporary Topics in Taxation
IS 520 Project Management
OM 525 Process Improvement and Quality Management
MG 510 Management Communication, Influence and Power
MG 512 The Law of Commercial Transactions: Advanced Studies in the Uniform Commercial Code
CO 528 Professional Rhetoric and Presentation

Or other 500-level business course with permission of the accounting department chair or designee.