Accounting, Master of Science (M.S.)

Non-thesis only: 30 credits required 

Participants in the Master of Science in Accounting program gain the leading-edge knowledge and skills they need to bring exceptional value to their firms in today's high-stakes accounting arena - and earn an advanced accounting degree from one of the world's leading business schools. The curriculum is relevant, practical and applicable from day one, focusing on such key issues as: internal audit application and practice, current trends in corporate governance, the role of managerial accounting in overall management planning and control structure, fraud prevention, deterrence, detection, and control, and IT security, IT controls and IT auditing.

Course Title Credits
Core Requirements
BUAC765Business Ethics for Accountants and Auditors2
or BUAC706 Business Ethics for Accountants and Auditors
BUAC780Financial Statement Analysis for Accountants and Auditors2
or BUAC707 Financial Statement Analysis for Accountants and Auditors
BUAC782Advanced Managerial Accounting and Control Systems2
or BUAC710 Advanced Managerial Accounting and Control Systems
BUAC784Business Communications for Accountants and Auditors2
or BUAC712 Business Communications for Accountants and Auditors
BUAC792Forensic Accounting/Auditing2
or BUAC714 Forensic Accounting/Auditing
BUMO794Essentials of Negotiation2
or BUAC723 Essentials of Negotiation
Total Credits30