Students pursuing a concentration in Financial Accounting & Reporting complete the following coursework:
- MAcc 640 Financial Accounting Research & Practice (2 credits)
- MAcc 665 Audit Research and Practice (3 credits)
- MAcc 641 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
- MAcc 663 Accounting Theory (3 credits)
- MAcc 670 Fraud & Forensic Examination (3 credits)
- MAcc 668 Not-For-Profit/Governmental (2 credits)
- Electives (4 credits)
Electives include courses such as Advanced Financial Accounting, Behavioral Issues in Managerial Accounting, and Accounting Integrations.
One special elective option offered as part of this concentration is the Justice for Fraud Victims Project, which permits students to work with local and state law enforcement agencies to conduct forensic accounting examinations that help law enforcement officials to prosecute white collar crime.
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