Semester Schedule

The Integrated MAcc Program extends across six semesters.

Students enrolled in the Integrated MAcc Program begin coursework during the fall semester of the third year.

* Students who enter the Accounting major in the spring of their second year should NOT early enroll in ACCTG 404 or ACCTG 471 as undergraduates in the spring semester of year 2.  These courses should be taken with the MAcc cohort during the first fall semester after admittance into the MAcc program.  Please discuss alternative course options with your academic advisor.  Additionally, please reach out to Schalyn Sohn, Director of the Integrated Master of Accounting program.

Fall (1st semester in program)

ACCTG 404: Managerial Accounting
ACCTG 471: Intermediate Accounting I
MIS 301: Management Information Systems

Spring (2nd semester in program)

ACCTG 405: Principles of Taxation I
ACCTG 432: Accounting Information Systems
ACCTG 472: Intermediate Accounting II

Fall (3rd semester in program)

ACCTG 403W: Auditing
BA 817: Leadership Communications
BA 840: Business Data Management
Graduate Elective 

Spring (4th semester in program)**

ACCTG 495: Internship

** Student must complete a professional internship during either the spring 4th semester in the program or the summer between semesters 4 and 5 at the option of the student.  If a student completes a summer internship, the spring semester 4 classes are those listed under spring semester 6.

Fall (5th semester in program)

ACCTG 573: Financial Reporting
BA 841: Business Intelligence
BLAW 444: Advanced UCC and Commercial Transactions
FIN 531: Financial Management 
Graduate Elective 

Spring (6th semester in program)

Graduate Elective 

Graduate Electives

ACCTG 497: Data Analytics
ACCTG 522: Corporate Taxation and Financial Reporting
ACCTG 597: Hot Topics in Tax
ACCTG 597: Accounting Ethics
ACCTG 803: Forensic Accounting
ACCTG 821: Analysis and Interpretation of Tax Law
ACCTG 826: International Taxes
ACCTG 827: State and Local Taxes
ACCTG 881: Financial Statement Analysis
MGMT 451: (Sapphire) Business Ethics & Society