MBA: Accounting Specialization
The MBA with a specialization in Accounting provides students with an academic curriculum that prepares them for career opportunities that require a broad understanding of financial statements and the use of accounting information for decision-making.
MBA Course Requirements
The MBA requires a program of study that consists of 4 major components – a core of basic business courses, a class in business strategy, electives, and a culminating experience course. For additional course information please refer to the MBA Curriculum page.
MBA Accounting Specialization courses (12 units): Choose FOUR courses. Recommended courses differ between students with or without an accounting undergraduate degree. To assist with course planning for the Accounting Specialization, students should contact Professor Victoria Krivogorsky ([email protected]) before taking any accounting courses.
|Students with an undergraduate degree in accounting (select four courses)||Students without an undergraduate degree in accounting (select four courses)|
|ACCTG 630 – Ethics in Accounting*||ACCTG 620 – Financial Measurement and Reporting*|
|ACCTG 650 – Tax Research and Practice**||ACCTG 621 – Accounting Information Systems*|
|ACCTG 651 – Seminar in Corporate Tax**||ACCTG 624 – Tax for Managers**|
|ACCTG 654 – Seminar in Partnership Taxation**||ACCTG 625 – Managerial Analysis and Financial Reporting**|
|ACCTG 655 – Tax Planning for Individuals**||ACCTG 626 – Auditing and Assurance Services*|
|ACCTG 657 – Accounting for Income Taxes**||ACCTG 630 – Ethics in Accounting*|
|ACCTG 659 – Seminar in Taxation Topics**||ACCTG 663 – Financial Statement Analysis*|
|ACCTG 663 – Financial Statement Analysis*|
|ACCTG 670 – Seminar in Assurance Services**|
|ACCTG 673 – AIS Development*|
|ACCTG 675 – Seminar in AIS Audit and Control**|
|ACCTG 729 – Forensic Accounting**|
**Offered once each year
***Offered every other year