Department of Accountancy & Taxation

Curriculum

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Graduate Course Offerings

All MSACCY courses* are 3 credit hours.

*Scheduling of courses is subject to change each semester. Please consult with your MSACCY Advisor when selecting courses for each term.

Accounting

Semester Legend

(Note: FA and SP denote full-semester courses,
S3 and S5 are half-semester courses.)

FA = Fall Semester (16 weeks) SU = Regular Summer Session (10 weeks)
SP = Spring Semester (16 weeks) SU2 = Summer Session 2 (5 weeks)
SW = Spring Winter SU3 = Summer Session 3 (7 weeks)
S3 = Session 3 (8 weeks) SU4 = Summer Session 4 (5 weeks)
S5 = Session 5 (8 weeks)  
COURSE # COURSE NAME FALL SPRING SUMMER
S3 Regular S5 SW S3 Regular S5 Regular SU2 SU3 SU4
ACCT 7330 Advanced Accounting FA SP SU4
ACCT 7337 Oil and Gas Taxation SP
ACCT 7340 Financial Statement Analysis FA SP
ACCT 7350 International Financial Reporting and Analysis* FA SP
ACCT 7360 Partnership Taxation FA
ACCT 7362 Tax Research SP
ACCT 7363 Contemporary Accounting Topics FA
ACCT 7367 Advanced Internal Auditing SP
ACCT 7370 Advanced Financial Statement Auditing FA SP SU2
ACCT 7372 Multijurisdictional Taxation SP
ACCT 7373 Applied Data Analytics in Accounting I FA SP
ACCT 7374 Applied Data Analytics in Accounting II FA SP
ACCT 7375 Corporate Taxation FA S3 SP SU
ACCT 7378 Government and Non-Profit Accounting** FA
ACCT 7380 Advanced Corporate Taxation SP
ACCT 7382 Governance, Risk and Compliance SP
ACCT 7385 Fraud Examination FA SP SU
ACCT 7386 Oil and Gas Accounting 1*** FA SP
ACCT 7387 Oil and Gas Accounting 2*** SP
ACCT 7388 Oil and Gas Accounting 3*** SP
ACCT 7396 Accounting Internship FA SP SU
ACCT 7397 Current Issues in Taxation FA SU2
ACCT 7397 Enterprise Risk Management*** SW SU2
ACCT 7397 Transfer Pricing SP
Notes

* ACCT 7350 will not be offered in Fall 2019 or Spring 2020.

** ACCT 7378 will not be offered in Fall 2019.

*** If this course was previously completed at the Bauer undergraduate or post baccalaureate levels, the course cannot be taken for credit at the graduate level.

General Business (GENB)

Semester Legend

Note: FA and SP denote full-semester courses,
S3 and S5 are half-semester courses.

FA = Fall Semester (16 weeks) SU = Regular Summer Session (10 weeks)
SP = Spring Semester (16 weeks) SU2 = Summer Session 2 (5 weeks)
SW = Spring Winter SU3 = Summer Session 3 (7 weeks)
S3 = Session 3 (8 weeks) SU4 = Summer Session 4 (5 weeks)
S5 = Session 5 (8 weeks)  
COURSE # COURSE NAME FALL SPRING SUMMER
S3 Regular S5 SW S3 Regular S5 Regular SU2 SU3 SU4
GENB 7303 Professional Accounting Communication FA SP SU
GENB 7304 Business Ethics for Accountants FA3 FA SP S5 SU
GENB 7305 Commercial Law FA FA5 S3 SP S5 SU4
GENB 7334 Brainstorming to Bankrolling: Beyond the Classroom FA SP

Semester Legend

Note: FA and SP denote full-semester courses,
S3 and S5 are half-semester courses.

FA = Fall Semester (16 weeks) SU = Regular Summer Session (10 weeks)
SP = Spring Semester (16 weeks) SU2 = Summer Session 2 (5 weeks)
SW = Spring Winter SU3 = Summer Session 3 (7 weeks)
S3 = Session 3 (8 weeks) SU4 = Summer Session 4 (5 weeks)
S5 = Session 5 (8 weeks)  
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About these Oil & Gas Accounting Courses

(A) If the Oil & Gas 1, 2 or 3 courses were taken as Bauer undergraduate or post baccalaureate courses, the related courses cannot be taken for credit at the graduate level.

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