Accounting and Assurance Core (12 - 15 credits):
|6200:615||ERP and Financial Data Communications||3|
|6200:637||Contemporary Accounting Issues||3|
|6200:658||Enterprise Risk Assessment and Assurance||3|
|6200:660||Accounting and Assurance Project (capstone course)||3|
|6200:520*||Advance Financial Reporting and Analytics*||3|
* All courses in this group are required, except 6200:520, which is not required for students in the AIS option. Students who have completed a similar advanced accounting course at the undergraduate level must take a different approved accounting course.
Taxation Core (3 - 6 credits):
|6200:627||Survey of Federal Taxation||3|
|6200:531||Business Entity Taxation*||3|
|6200:631||Corporate Taxation I||3|
* Students are required to take a different taxation course if they have completed the equivalent of 6200:627 or 6200:531. Students are required to complete at least one course but no more than two courses in the taxation core.
Accounting Electives* (0 - 6 credits):
|6200:554||Information Systems Security||3|
|6200:570||Government Tax Crimes and Forensics Accounting||3|
|6200:659||Assurance Services and Data Mining||3|
* These electives are open only to students who have not previously completed similar courses.
Information Systems Electives (0 - 9 credits):
|6500:520||Management of Data Networks||3|
|6500:643||Analysis and Design of Business Systems||3|
|6500:641||Business Database Systems||3|
|6500:645||Software Development and Quality Assurance||3|
* The Chair of the School of Accountancy may approve or substitute other relevant information systems courses not listed above. Students pursuing the Accounting Information Systems Option must complete a minimum of 12 credits of information systems courses (Accounting Electives and Information Systems courses)
Finance Electives (0 - 9 credits):
|6400:631||Financial Markets and Institutions||3|
|6400:674||Strategic Financial Decision Making||3|
|6400:681||Multinational Corporate Finance||3|
|6400:691||International Markets and Investments||3|
The Chair of the School of Accountancy may approve or substitute other relevant finance courses not listed above.