MS in Accounting and Information Analysis Curriculum
The MS in Accounting and Information Analysis (MSAIA) Program consists of 30 credit hours overall including 12 hours of electives. Designed specifically for this program, and dedicated to it, these innovative courses seek to develop a set of skills and experiences not available in undergraduate programs that enhance MSAIA students' ability to perform throughout their chosen careers. Core courses are offered once each academic year.
MSAIA Curriculum Overview
Core required courses:
- MACC 412 IT Auditing (3 credits)
- MACC 413 The Corporate Financial Reporting Environment (3 credits)
- MACC 420 Forensic Accounting and Auditing (3 credits)
- MACC 424 Governance, Risk, and Control (3 credits)
- MACC 427 Reporting and Auditing Fair Value Estimates (3 credits)
- MACC 430 Data Analytics for Accountants (3 credits)
The MSAIA curriculum provides for twelve elective credits that students may use to specialize in an area of interest or to augment one’s general business education. Frequently-taken electives include graduate-level courses in predictive analytics, business information systems, taxation and business decisions, financial statement analysis, corporate financial management, investments, strategic supply management, managerial economics, and strategic marketing management.
There are no waivers for courses in the MS in Accounting and Information Analysis Program.
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