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Purpose and nature of accounting, measuring business income, accounting principles, assets and equity accounting for external financial reporting.
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting- offers in spring, summer and fall
ACC 325 Financial investigations–Offer in spring and fall
ACC 401 Financial Reporting I–offers in spring, summer and fall.
ACC 402 Financial Reporting II–offers in spring and fall
ACC 403 Financial Reporting III– offers in spring and fall
Conceptual framework that underlies generally accepted accounting principles and its application to investments, deferred taxes, leases, pensions and the statement of cash flows.
ACC 405 Cost Management and Control–offers in spring and summer
ACC 410 Federal Taxation–offers in spring and summer
ACC 460 Commercial Transactions Law— offers in spring and fall
MAcc Graduate Courses – 30 Credits in Total
ACC 604 – Advanced and Intl Accounting– offers in spring
ACC 611 – Taxation of Flow-Through Entities– offers in fall(online)
ACC 780 – Accounting Research–offers in fall
ACC 750 – Accounting Seminar / Current Topics–offers in fall
ACC 759 – Accounting Theory (Capstone)–offers in spring
3 courses (9 credits) From:
ACC 607 – Governmental & Not-for profit– – offers in spring
Accounting for governmental and not-for-profit enterprises, including municipalities, hospitals and universities. Specific topics include fund accounting, financial statement preparation and basic auditing issues.
ACC 783 – Taxation of C corporations — offers in spring
ACC 786 – Estate & Gift Tax–offers in fall(online)
ACC 794 – Special Topics (Ethics)–TBD
2 courses (6 credits) From:
BADM 729 – Seminar in Management Issues–offers in spring and summer
BADM 750 – Info & Communications in Organizations— offers in spring
Overview of strategic value creation through ICT; managing end-user involvement in ICT including requirements specification, change management and process reengineering; systems development process and outsourcing.
BADM 772 – Changing Environments of Business–offer spring
BADM 780 – Business and Public Policy–offers in fall
ECON 703 – Advanced Macroeconomics I –offers in fall
Introduction to modern theories of economic growth and fluctuations. Neoclassical synthesis; descriptive, optimal, and endogenous growth, real business cycles; new classical and new Keynesian theories.
FIN 610 – Financial Derivatives–offers in fall and spring
IS 645 – Introduction Project Management–offers in fall
IS 670 – Computer Security & Controls –offers in fall
IS 701 – Information Management & Visualization-– offers in fall (starting 2016)
Introduction to computer database management and information visualization concentrating on developing knowledge and skills required to store, access and present datasets for organizational decision making.
IS 788 – Change Management–offers in fall