Master of Accountancy

Assurance Concentration

Core Requirements – 6 hours

ACG 6875 3 Financial Reporting and Professional Issues
ACG 6936 3 Innovation and Analytics in Accounting

Assurance Concentration – 12 credit hours

ACG 6457 3 Accounting Systems, Audit, Control & Security

Select three (3) courses from:
ACG 6636 3 Contemporary Issues in Audit
ACG 5675 3 Internal and Operational Audit
ACG 6688 3 Forensic Accounting and Legal Environment
ISM 6156 3 Enterprise Resource Planning & Business Proc. Mgmt.
ISM 6328 3 Information Security & Risk Management

Accounting Electives – 6 hours

Students select electives in the area of the Concentration in consultation with the Graduate Advisor.

Non-accounting Electives - 6 hours

Graduate level electives must be approved in advance by MAcc Advisor
Note: 5000 level courses may count in the MAcc Program only if not counted towards the Bachelor's Degree.

Comprehensive Exam

Students will prepare an oral presentation on a case that integrates program concepts in their last semester. The presentation will be graded by the Graduate Committee of the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy. Students must earn a passing grade to graduate.