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

Core Requirements (18 credits)

Select 18 credits from:
MBA 610 – Managerial Economics
MBA 613 – Advanced Financial Management
MBA 614 – Managing Organizational Behavior & Design
MBA 615 – Advanced Business/Marketing Strategy
MBA 616 – Accounting for Management
MBA 617 – Legal and Ethical Issues in Business and Management
MBA 618 – Managing Operations: Strategies, Processes and Tools                                                

Accounting Concentration (9 Credits)

Select 9 credits from:
MBA 675 – Financial Statement Analysis 
MBA 676 – Principles of Business Taxation 
MBA 677 – Tax Planning and Research
MBA 678 – Not-for-Profit and Governmental Accounting 
MBA 679 – Advanced Auditing 
MBA 680 – International Accounting Standards: Use and Interpretations 
MBA 681 – Contemporary Accounting Issues 

Capstone (6 Credits)

MBA 691 – Integrated Knowledge I
MBA 692 – Integrated Knowledge II: Experiential Capstone

Required Program Total Credits: 33
(The waivable 9 credits do not apply to the required 33 credits.)