Accounting & Financial Analysis Concentration
Students can complete the Master of Business Administration program while pursuing a concentration in accounting and financial analysis. This concentration is designed to benefit students with different backgrounds who wish to achieve one or more of the following educational objectives:
- Students with an accounting background may with to take courses to prepare for licensure as a CPA and a career in public accounting, industry, or government.
- Students with a finance background can further refine finance tools or gain new accounting skills.
- Students without accounting or finance backgrounds can select courses that will help them gain confidence to assume roles that use financial information for decision making.
Students who pursue a concentration in accounting and financial analysis will select 4 electives (12 hours) from the following set of courses:
Accounting 500: Accounting for Government & Not-for-Profit
Accounting 506: Accounting Theory
Accounting 542: Advanced Tax Accounting
Accounting 544: Valuation and Financial Analysis
Accounting 595: Special Topics
Accounting 620: Special Topics
Accounting 661: CPA Prep Review
Accounting 695: Special Topics
Finance 551: Investment Analysis
Finance 654: Financial Policies II
Finance 695: Special Topics