Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) Tax Track

Requirements for the Master of Accountancy Tax Track

Business Foundation
Introduction to Business Statistics
Business Statistics
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Financial Management 1
Accounting Foundation Courses 2
Federal Taxation of Individuals
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting II
Auditing I
Information Systems Security and Control
Advanced Accounting Courses
Tax Research
Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting
Cases in Financial Accounting and Reporting
Advanced Auditing
Taxation of U.S. Corporations
Taxation of U.S. Partnerships
Advanced Accounting Theory
Data Analytics/Technology Collateral Requirement
Data Analytics for Accountants
Managerial Decision Analysis
Master of Accountancy Electives
Select two courses (minimum of 6 credits) from the following list, both of which may be at the 300/400-level6
Managerial Cost Accounting 3
Financial Accounting III 4
Contemporary Issues in Managerial Accounting
Principles of Business Valuation
Estate, Fiduciary, and Gift Taxation
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
Multijurisdictional Taxation
Special Topics in Accounting 5
Information Technology and Business Strategy
Business Intelligence
Business Process Management
Predictive Analytics
Technology for Business Transformation
Electronic Commerce 6
Project Management
Multinational Finance
Financial Risk Management
International Business and Finance
Advanced Financial Management
International Experience
Organizational Theory and Behavior
Strategic Management
Business Law I 7
Business Law II 7
Contemporary Issues in Business Law
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Must be taken at a 4-year institution.

2

Accounting Foundation courses must be taken at 4-year institution.

3

Students planning to take the CPA exam in Florida who did not take an upper division cost/managerial accounting course prior to enrollment in the MAcc program should take ACCT 421 as part of the MAcc program or as an additional course outside of the MAcc program.

4

DeLand Campus students who did not take an advanced accounting course prior to enrollment in the MAcc program are strongly advised to take ACCT 507 as a MAcc elective.

5

With permission of the Director of the MAcc Program.

6

Not an elective available to students previously taking BSAN 360.

7

DeLand Campus students planning to take the CPA exam in Florida who did not complete three credits of business law prior to enrollment in the MAcc program are strongly advised to take BLAW 407 as a MAcc elective.

Program Details

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.