Program Coordinator: Sheri Erickson, Ph.DCenter for Business 204B, email@example.com
The Master of Science in Accounting and Finance program is designed to provide a unique blend of two disciplines and practice. Students completing the program will be well-prepared to pursue careers in investment management or accounting and to obtain professional designations like Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
The Paseka School of Business is accredited by AACSB International. Fewer than 5 percent of the world’s business schools have achieved this distinction, which involves a process of rigorous internal review and evaluation. AACSB accreditation signifies that the Paseka School of Business has a high quality teaching environment, a commitment to continuous improvement, and curricula responsive to the needs of business.
Professional certifications are becoming increasingly important in today's competitive business environment. This program helps prepare students to obtain one or more of these professional certifications. One goal of the program is to improve the marketing of both accounting and finance graduates.
Core Requirements (16 Required Credits)BUS 602 Quantitative Methods (3) BUS 640 Financial Statement Analysis (3) BUS 642 Corporate Finance (3)BUS 644 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis (3) BUS 648 Investments (3) BUS 696 Project/Action Research (Plan B) (1)
Restricted ElectivesStudents select 5 courses from the following list:ACCT 507 Commercial Transaction, Property, and Special Topics (3) Offered SpringACCT 532 Advanced Accounting II (3) Offered FallACCT 541 Tax Accounting I (3) Offered SpringACCT 543 Tax Accounting II (3) Offered FallACCT 561 Audit II (3) Offered SpringFINC 545 International Financial Management (3) Offered Fall FINC 546 Financial Decision Making (3) Offered SpringFINC 560 Portfolio Analysis and Management (3) Offered SpringFINC 563 Futures and Options (3) Offered Spring