MBA concentration in Accounting

      
The MBA concentration in Accounting builds the skills of students to serve successfully in leadership positions through the practice of accounting. Business organizations use accounting for financial and tax reporting, internal control, and overall performance measurement. Using an integrative learning approach, the concentration prepares our students to meet the demands of the accounting practice in organizations.
 

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Business Administration, M.B.A. - Accounting Concentration Requirements

Required Courses (30 Credits)
MBA 501 - Business Economics – 3 credits
MBA 502 - Statistical Decision Making – 3 credits
MBA 503 - Managerial Finance – 3 credits
MBA 504 - Organizational Behavior – 3 credits
MBA 505 - Marketing Management – 3 credits
MBA 506 - Financial and Managerial Accounting – 3 credits
MBA 507 - Legal Issues in Business and Management – 3 credits                                                  
MBA 591 - Integrated Knowledge 1 – 3 Credits
MBA 592 - Integrated Knowledge 2 – 6 Credits
     
Free Electives or Concentrations (12 Credits)

MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits

Program Total Credits: 42

     

Free Electives or Concentrations (12 Credits)

MBA 575 – Financial Statement Analysis – 3 credits
MBA 576 – Principles of Business Taxation – 3 credits
MBA 577 – Tax Planning and Research – 3 credits
MBA 578 – Not-for-Profit and Governmental Accounting – 3 credits
MBA 579 – Advanced Auditing – 3 credits
MBA 580 – International Accounting Standards: Use and Interpretations – 3 credits
MBA 581 – Contemporary Accounting Issues – 3 credits