Department of Accountancy & Taxation
The MSACCY degree plan outlined below is based on all of the prerequisites being fulfilled. This version of the degree plan is effective for newly admitted students beginning with the Fall 2015 semester. Students admitted prior to Fall 2015 will follow the appropriate version of their degree plan.
|Required Core Courses|
|Advanced Accounting (7330)||3|
|Corporate Taxation (7375)||3|
|Six Accounting/IT courses||18|
|Required Non-Accounting Core Courses:|
|Professional Accounting Communication (7303)||3|
|Business Ethics for Accountants (7304)||3|
|Commercial Law (7305)||3|
|General Business or Accounting Electives:|
The MSACCY degree plan grants students the opportunity to customize their degree to address specific areas of interest and receive academic credit for an internship.
Students have the option of obtaining a certificate(s) while completing degree requirements. For more information, see certificate policies.
Internship for Course Credit
MSACCY students have the opportunity to take a 3-hour accounting internship course as an accounting elective. Registration for the Accounting Internship course is necessary before being eligible to receive credit for the internship. For more information, see the internship eligibility requirements.
Transfer Credit and Course Waivers
Please visit our MSACCY Policies page to view the academic policies regarding transfer credit and course waivers.
Academic policies pertaining to the MSACCY program can be located on our MSACCY Policies page.
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