Master of Accounting
Robin P. Clement, Director
308A Peterson Hall
The master of accounting is designed for students whose undergraduate major is accounting or the equivalent. The program is constructed so that it can be completed in three terms (one academic year) of full-time study. The curriculum is designed to sharpen written and oral communication, leadership, critical thinking, and analytical skills that are needed to excel in the accounting profession.
The program requires an undergraduate degree in accounting or the equivalent. Five core accounting courses, two accounting electives, five general business or other graduate electives, and two one-credit seminars titled Developing the Business Professional are required. A four-day orientation in September is also required, and an optional half-day mini-orientation in June is optional.
Master of Accounting Course Requirements
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The plan of study for the electives outside of accounting is determined by the student and the program director.