Department of Accountancy & Taxation
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. Please review the course offerings and details carefully when selecting your courses.
The MSACCY degree plan outlined below is based on successful completion of all business and accounting foundation prerequisites. If necessary, business foundation courses can be completed as part of a modified MSACCY degree plan where more than 36 credits would be required. Accounting foundation prerequisites must be completed prior to starting the MSACCY degree program.
|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:|
*Note: Students who have received a BBA and/or MBA from an AACSB accredited institution may be eligible to waive the 3-hour business elective from their degree plan. Students who entered the program prior to Fall 2020 – please visit the Academic Policies page for more information.
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