Accounting—B.S./M.S. Bridge Program in Accounting, M.S.
The MS Accounting Degree requires 30 credits in the specialization. Students in the BS/MS Accounting Bridge Program will have completed nine (9) credits of the required graduate specializations courses in their undergraduate program. Upon graduation from the BS Accounting Program, Accounting Bridge students will have 21 credits (7 courses) remaining in order to complete their MS Accounting Degree.
The course requirements listed below assume that the Accounting Bridge Student successfully completed ACCT 651, ACCT 652, and ACCT 653 as as part of their BS/MS Accounting Bridge Program – BS phase of the program.
MS Accounting Specialization Requirements for BS/MS Accounting Bridge Students who have completed their BS Accounting Degree
|ACCT 651||Professional Auditing 1||3|
|ACCT 652||Strategic Profitability Analysis: Accounting for Managers 1||3|
|ACCT 653||Federal Taxation of Business Entities 1||3|
|ACCT 610||Business Ethics||3|
|ACCT 659||Analysis of Financial Statements||3|
|ACCT 681||Business Law for Managers 2||3|
|ACCT 754||Contemporary Accounting Issues||3|
|FINC 603||Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions||3|
|FINC 607||Corporate Financial Management||3|
|ACCT 681||Business Law for Managers||3|
ACCT 651, ACCT 652, and ACCT 653 must be successfully completed as part of the BS Program (student must have been accepted into the BS/MS Accounting Bridge Program). If a student has taken less than these three classes, then the curriculum requirements will be adjusted as appropriate upon matriculation to the MS Accounting Program.
Students in the BS/MS Accounting Bridge Program who have successfully completed ACCT 282 with a B or better, while in the undergraduate accounting program, are exempt from this course and will take an elective course in lieu of ACCT 681. All MS Accounting students are required to take 30 credits in the specialization.