MAcc Program Outcomes
- Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate legal and ethical aspects of the business environment and be able to articulate an ethical framework from which they will make sound decisions.
- Students will demonstrate advanced knowledge of accounting and the ability to exhibit financial management skills in today’s complex and dynamic global business environment.
- Students will analyze and synthesize accounting information within the context of other business functions to inform the business decision-making process.
- Students will develop critical thinking abilities and be able to demonstrate effective analytical and problem-solving skills using a variety of qualitative and quantitative approaches.
- Students will demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills, and be able collaborate as productive members of high-performing teams and work with diverse populations of people to succeed in a vibrant organizational setting.
30 semester credits required.
Prerequisite Courses (18 credits)
Prerequisite Courses (18-24 credits) are required for students entering the program without an accounting undergraduate degree earned from a national or international discipline accreditation.
Business Foundation Courses (9 credits)
Foundational Courses (9 credits) may be required for students entering the program without an accounting or business degree earned from a national or international discipline accreditation.
Core Courses (21 credits)
Management Accounting/CMA Track (Choose 9 credits)