MBA Accounting Track

MBA Accounting Track

The M.B.A. in Accounting track is designed for individuals who wish to advance their knowledge of Accounting and to take leadership roles such in the Accounting and Finance departments of organizations. Students enrolling in this track will develop a master’s level understanding of Financial Analysis and ethical issues in the Accounting profession. The track also serves as a springboard for students contemplating preparing for their CPA, CMA, or CFA certifications.


This degree consists of 13 courses and awards 39 credits. Course work involves the study of advanced Finance and Accounting topics and is an ideal graduate program for students who have completed their BA degrees with majors or minors in Accounting.

Recommended Curriculum Guide

Core M.B.A. Courses 

 

Credits

GM510

Seminar in Leadership

3

GM520

Legal and Ethical Issues in Organizations

3

GM540

Organizational Behavior

3

GM542

Quantitative and Research Techniques for Leaders

3

GM543

Economics for Managers

3

GM561

Financial Management

3

GM562

Marketing Management

3

GM564

Operations Management for Leaders

3

GM691

Strategic Management Seminar**

3

 

Concentration M.B.A. Courses for Accounting Track
AC565 Ethics and the Accounting Professional 3 Credits
AC640 Accounting Information Systems 3 Credits
AC660 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis 3 Credits
GM541 Managerial Accounting 3 Credits

Total Credits                                                             39
**The Strategic Management Seminar is normally the last course taken to fulfill degree requirements.