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The Master of Accounting degree offers four tracks. All concentrations are a 33 credit hour program of study.
The School of Law and the Anderson Graduate School of Management also offer a dual program leading to the degrees of Juris Doctor and Master of Accounting. Those planning to enter the dual program should consult with the admission officers of both schools as early as possible.
For more information, contact the Law School Admissions Office at (505) 277-2146 and the Anderson School Graduate Program Office at (505) 277-3147.
|* 502||Acct Mgt Info Systems I||Prerequisite|
|* 503||Managerial/Cost Acctg||Accounting||Prerequisite||Accounting|
|* 526||Financial Management (See (1) below)||Elective||Required (Non-Accounting)||Elective|
|* 540||Financial Acctg I||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
|* 541||Financial Acctg II||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
|* 542||Sem in Personal Tax Planning||Taxation||Required||Taxation|
|* 543||Sem in Business Tax Planning||Taxation||Required||Taxation|
|* 544||Assurance Services||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
|* 546||Financial Acctg III||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
|548||Sem in International Acctg||Accounting||Accounting|
|* 549||Acctg Inf and Control Systems||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
|* 559||Law for Accountants||Accounting||Required (Non-Accounting)||Accounting|
|591||Estate & Gift Taxation||Taxation||Taxation|
|592||Partnership & LLC Taxation||Taxation||Taxation|
|593||Real Estate Taxation||Taxation||Taxation|
|* 640||Acct for Not for Profit Orgs||Accounting||Required||Accounting|
* Any course taken at the undergraduate level cannot be taken at the graduate level. The graduate level requirement will be waived, but the student must replace the course with an elective and obtain preapproval from the faculty advisor.
(1) MGMT 526 has 2 prerequisites. They are MGMT 501 and MGMT 502. Please email Dr. Craig White, Faculty Advisor for the MACCT program, to discuss the coursework options available to students to the fulfill this course requirement.