Master of Business Administration

The accounting concentration provides students an in-depth view of relevant accounting concepts.

Concentration Objective

Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to lead organizations in financial and economic based decisions.

Concentration Course List

ACC6020 Federal Taxation 3 credits 6 weeks

The focus of this course involves the application of the Internal Revenue Code on basic organizational transactions, including the analysis of the impact of Federal taxation on organization profitability and decisions.

Prerequisite:
3 credits ACC4020 Intermediate Accounting
6 additional undergraduate accounting credits

ACC6030 Auditing 3 credits 6 weeks

This course covers the processes applied by accountants in providing auditing, attestation, and assurance services on financial information supplied by management of various types of organizations.

Prerequisite:
6 additional undergraduate accounting credits

ACC6050 Financial Statement Analysis 3 credits 6 weeks

The course examines the various elements of financial reports that are used by internal and external stakeholder to analyze and evaluate the organization for a variety of purposes, through the interpretation of financial information. 

Prerequisite:
ACC6020 Federal Taxation
ACC6030 Auditing