Required Courses:
ACT 151 Financial Accounting
ACT 251 Intermediate Accounting I
ACT 252 Intermediate Accounting II
ACT 263 Cost Accounting I
ACT 342 Government and Non-Profit Accounting
ACT 359 Advanced Accounting
ACT 363 Cost Accounting II
ACT 371 Individual Income Tax
ACT 380 Case Studies and Readings in Accounting
ACT 455 Auditing
ACT 472 Entity Taxation
ACT 480 Accounting Information Systems
ACT 485 Accounting Practice: Capstone
BUS 130 Modern Business Organizations
BUS 170 Introduction to Business Analytics
BUS 180 Business Applications in Excel and Access
BUS 230 Principles of Management
BUS 250 Professional Ethics
BUS 285 Organizational Communications
BUS 361 Principles of Finance
BUS 371 Business Law I
BUS 372 Business Law II
ECN 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 102 Principles of Macroeconomics

One of the following math courses:
BUS 150 Math for Business and Management
MAS 111 Analysis I
MAS 161 Calculus I

Each of the following or successful completion of the equivalent part of the CPA exam:
ACT 601 CPA Review: Financial Accounting and Reporting
ACT 602 CPA Review: Auditing and Attestation
ACT 603 CPA Review: Regulation
ACT 604 CPA Review: Business Environment and Concepts

Degree requirements for the MBA with a concentration in accounting (36 credits):
Graduate Core:
**MBA 805 Financial Policy
MBA 810 Organizational Behavior
MBA 815 Marketing Management
MBA 825 Executive Communications
MBA 832 Management Information Systems
MBA 833 Managerial Economics
MBA 845 Managing Operations and Business Processes
**MBA 875 Accounting for Managerial Decision Making
MBA 895 Strategic Management

Accounting Concentration:

Three from the following:
MBA 859 Forensic Accounting
*MBA868/MBA 869 CFO - Lessons in Financial Leadership
MBA 879 Advanced Taxation
MBA 899 Special Topics in Accounting

+Official score reports for the CPA exams must be submitted to the Registrar's Office.
*MBA-868 & MBA-869 must be taken together.
**MBA-805 and MBA-875 will be satisfied as part of the undergraduate program.