The following guidelines are for students admitted to the program for the spring 2016 term or subsequent terms.
- Checklist for students admitted on or after Fall 2014.
- Checklist for students admitted on or after Fall 2009.
- Checklist for students admitted prior to Fall 2009.
The Advanced Concentration is designed for individuals who have already earned a BBA with a concentration in accounting. The degree consists of five graduate core accounting courses, a minimum of four additional graduate courses in accounting and two approved graduate accounting or business electives.
Students must take the following classes (15 semester hours):
- MGMT 546 – Financial Accounting III
- MGMT 547/590/592/5931 – One tax course (see listing below)
- MGMT 554 – Professional Writing for Accountants
- MGMT 594 – Advanced Auditing
- MGMT 635 – Data Analytics
1. MGMT 547-Tax Research, fall; MGMT 590-Adv Corporate Tax, Spring; MGMT 592-Partnership Tax, fall and MGMT 593-Real Estate/Property Tax, Spring.
Accounting Coursework: (at least 12 additional hours)
- MGMT 548 – Seminar in International Accounting
- MGMT 553 – Internal Auditing
- MGMT 559 – Law for Accountants
- MGMT 640 – Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations
- MGMT 643 – Governmental Accounting
Program Admission Requirements:
Admission to the concentration will require an undergraduate accounting degree or concentration.
GMAT/GRE Waiver for the Advanced Concentration
The GMAT/GRE is waived for MACCT Tax or Advanced Concentration students who have an undergraduate major in accounting from an AACSB-accredited school with a minimum of a 3.25 GPA in both upper-division classes and accounting classes.