Master of Accountancy
The Master of Accountancy is designed to provide the range of knowledge and practical skills needed by the professional accountant. The program is also designed to meet the academic requirements for eligibility for the Florida CPA Examination. The M.Acc. program is offered on the DeLand campus and on-line.
Since the Master of Accountancy requires an undergraduate degree and coursework equivalent to a major in accounting, candidates will normally have completed, as undergraduates, the equivalent of the Business and Accounting Foundation courses. If the student’s undergraduate record indicates any deficiency in the Foundation areas or in accounting preparation, the Program Director will require additional Foundation or Accounting coursework before the Advanced Level courses are attempted.
Ethical conduct is a hallmark of the accounting profession. As such, students enrolled in the program must adhere to the program’s Academic Honor Code. Any student enrolled in the program found to have committed an act of academic dishonesty will be subject to disciplinary action, which could include permanent dismissal from the program.
Master of Accountacy
Specific requirements and other details for M.Acc., are available on request from the Graduate Business Office of the School of Business 386-822-7410.
Student learning outcomes describe what students know, understand and are able to do as a result of completing a degree program. The learning outcomes for this program are:
- Demonstrate the application of effective communication skills in an accounting context
- Demonstrate critical thinking and reasoning ability
- Understand the importance of professional ethics and integrity to the accounting profession
- Demonstrate professional accounting research skills
Professor and Chair of Decision and Information Sciences, 1996
B.S., M.S., Old Dominion University
Ed.D., College of William and Mary
Augustine, Fred K. Jr.
Professor of Decision and Information Sciences, 1986
B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D., The Florida State University
Bitter, Michael E.
Professor and Chair of Accounting, 1996
Rinker Distinguished Professor of Accounting, 2011
B.B.A., Stetson University
M.Acc., University of Florida
Ph.D., University of Mississippi
Associate Professor of Tax and Accounting, 2014
B.S., University of Illinois
Ph.D., University of Houston
Copeland, Richard Wyatt
Associate Professor of Business Law and Tax, 1976
B.S., Mississippi College
J.D., University of Florida
LL.M., Tax, University of Miami
Kuhn, John “Randy”
Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2016
B.S., University of Central Florida
M.S., University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D., University of Central Florida
Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2011
B.B.A., University of Cincinnati
M.Acc., M.S., Ph.D., Florida International University