Prerequisites (must be completed prior to beginning the program)
- Financial Accounting (Freeman School ACCN 2010 or 6010 or equivalent)
- Managerial or Cost Accounting (Freeman School ACCN 3010 or 6020 or equivalent)
- Intermediate Accounting I & II (Freeman School ACCN 3100 & 4110 or equivalent); or three semester hours of graduate intermediate accounting.
NOTE: Courses should be instructed in accordance with United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (U.S. GAAP).
MACCT Core Courses (18 credits)
- Ethics in Accounting and Finance
- Advanced Financial Accounting
- Advanced Managerial Accounting
- Business Law
- Taxation of Legal Entities
MACCT Electives (12 credits)
- Accounting Information Systems
- Alternative Financial Accounting Frameworks
- Energy Accounting
- Financial Statement Analysis
- Forensic Accounting
- Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting
- Research in Taxation
- Taxation of Individuals
- Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations
- Tax Planning for Corporate Decision Making
- Core Courses in the Risk Option (see below)
Students who have an accounting undergraduate degree may be eligible to take the MACCT Risk Option with the following core courses:
Core Courses (12 credits)
- Advanced Auditing
- Accounting Research
- Accounting for Business and Financial Risk
- Accounting and Controls for Operations Risk
The remaining 18 credits are electives; nine elective credits should consist of graduate coursework related to a specific business discipline or industry (e.g., finance, taxation, energy, entrepreneurship).
Each MACCT student will meet with a faculty adviser to develop a curriculum that is tailored to their interests and goals.
Last Updated 4/30/15