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Online Master of Science in Accounting Curriculum

The 30-credit M.S.A.C. program consists of 21 credits of required courses and nine credits of electives. Prerequisite requirements may include two courses: BMBA 8008 that covers basic financial accounting as well as managerial accounting, and BMBA 8009 that serves as an introduction to business law. Students can be waived from these courses based on prior coursework and challenge exams are also available.

A A C S B Accreditation
Forbes Best Value College 2017 The Princeton Review Best Business Schools 2018

Required Courses (21 credits)
BAAC 7100 Financial Reporting (6)
BACC 7114 Cost Accounting (3)
BACC 7135 Essentials of Federal Taxation (3)
BACC 7123 Auditing Standards and Problems (3)
BACC 8001 Financial Accounting Seminar or BTAX6003 Tax Research (3)
BLAW 7314 Commercial Law (3)

Elective Courses (9 credits)
BACC 7117 International Accounting (3)
BTAX 6003 Tax Research (3)
BACC 7127 Enterprise-Wide Accounting Information Systems II (3)
BACC 7101 Financial Statement Analysis (3)
BACC 7128 Advanced Accounting (3)
BACC 7210 Forensic Accounting (3)
BACC 7133 Governmental and Not-for-profit Accounting (3)

Course Descriptions

Prequalification Sequence

Students without a business background will be required to complete a sequence of self-paced, prequalification courses that do not bear credit and can be completed more quickly online than traditional eight-week courses. Students can be waived from these courses based on prior coursework if conditions are met. Challenge exams are available. Please contact an Admissions Advisor at (844) 823-1198 to learn more.

Required Courses (21 Credits)

Elective Credits (9 Credits)