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    MAcc Audit Track 30

    Units

    1Expected Audit Track Program

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 510 Principles of Profit Planning and Control (Spring)

    Acct 521 Business Law (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 529 International Taxation and Accounting [Multijurisdictional] (Spring)

    Acct 572A Accounting for Not-for-Profit Entities (Fall)

    Acct 580 Communication Skills for the Accounting Profession (Fall, Spring)

    Elective 12Note: Deviations from expected track can be made by the MAcc Advisor. Please see Note below

    Audit Track Program Requirements:

Includes 4 Required Courses (12 units):

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

    2Includes Suggested Accounting Courses to Complete 30 Unit Requirement:

    ? Must select a minimum of 2 from the following courses (at least 6 units)

    Acct 510* Principles of Profit Planning and Control (Spring) Acct 529 International Taxation and Accounting (Spring) Acct 554* Accounting Analysis of Financial Statements (Fall) Acct 572A* Accounting for Not-for-Profit Entities (Fall)

    Acct 580 Communication Skills for the Accounting Profession (Fall, Spring) * If you took either of these courses as an undergraduate, you will not be able to take them at

    the graduate level (ex: If you took Acct 472A, can’t take Acct 572A) 2Note: Audit Track students may replace up to 12 units of non-required Accounting courses with non-

    Accounting courses only if approved by MAcc Advisor.

    ? Example: A student who wants to emphasize Finance may be able to replace suggested

    Accounting courses for Finance courses.

    MAcc Tax Track 30 Units

    1 Expected Tax Track Program

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring) Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring) Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring) Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

    (Fall, Spring) Acct 521 Business Law

    Acct 528 Partnerships (Fall)

    Acct 529 International Taxation and Accounting (Spring) Acct 553 Tax Research (Spring)

    Acct 556 Current Issues in Taxation (Fall) 1

    Law 646 OR 647 Federal Income Tax (Fall) or Corporate Tax 2 (Spring) 2Note: Deviations from expected track can be made by the MAcc Advisor. Please see Note below

    Tax Track Program Requirements:

    Includes 4 Required Courses (12 units):

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring) Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring) Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring) Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

    2Includes Suggested Accounting Courses to Complete 30 Unit Requirement:

    ? Must select a minimum of 2 from the following courses (at least 6 units)

    Acct 528 Partnerships (Fall)

    Acct 529 International Taxation and Accounting (Spring)

    Acct 553 Tax Research (Spring)

    Acct 556 Current Issues in Taxation (Fall)

    Law 646 OR 647 Federal Income Tax (Fall) or Corporate Tax 2 (Spring) 2Note: Tax-Track students may replace non-required accounting courses with non-accounting courses or

    other accounting courses only if approved by MAcc Advisor.

    MAcc Audit w/MIS Emphasis Track

    (30 Units)

    MAcc Audit with MIS Emphasis Program Requirements: Includes 4 Required Courses (12 units):

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

Select 2 of the courses below (6 units):

    Acct 510* Principles of Profit Planning and Control (Spring)

    Acct 521 Business Law (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 554* Accounting Analysis of Financial Statements (Fall)

    Acct 572A* Accounting for Not-for-Profit Entities (Fall)

    Acct 580 Communication Skills for the Accounting Profession (Fall, Spring)

    * If you took either of these courses as an undergraduate, you will not be able to

    take them at the graduate level (ex: If you took Acct 472A, can’t take Acct 572A)

Select 4 Courses from the MIS Department (12 units):

    MIS 513 Business Foundations for IT (Spring)

    MIS 515* Info Security in Public and Private Sectors (Spring)

    MIS 516* Privacy, Security, and Business Continuity (Fall)

    MIS 527 Introduction to Enterprise Computing Environments (Spring)

    MIS 531 Enterprise Data Management (Fall)

    MIS 541 Analysis and Design of Service-Oriented Systems (Fall)

    MIS 578 Project Management (Fall, Spring)

    *U.S. NSA-CNSS (National Security Agency-Committee on National Security Systems) certificates are

    awarded to all students successfully completing the course.

    MAcc Audit with Entrepreneurship

    Emphasis 30 Units

    Note: For the Entrepreneurship track, students must apply to the Entrepreneurship program in the

    Spring semester before they start the MAcc Program (if admitted, students will start in the following Fall

    thsemester). For the 2009-2010 entrepreneurship class, the application deadline is January 28, 2009. For more information, please see the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship. Includes 4 Required Accounting Courses (12 units):

    Acct 501 Advanced Accounting (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 522 Advanced Federal Taxation (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 525 Accounting Theory and Institution (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 531 Principles of Auditing (Fall, Spring)

Select 2 of the Accounting courses below (6 units):

    Acct 510* Principles of Profit Planning and Control (Spring)

    Acct 521 Business Law (Fall, Spring)

    Acct 554* Accounting Analysis of Financial Statements (Fall)

    Acct 572A* Accounting for Not-for-Profit Entities (Fall)

    Acct 580 Communication Skills for the Accounting Profession (Fall, Spring)

    * If you took either of these courses as an undergraduate, you will not be able to take

    them at the graduate level (ex: If you took Acct 472A, can’t take Acct 572A)

Includes Required Courses within the Entrepreneurship Program (12 units):

    ECON 534 (3 units) Industrial Analysis and New Venture Development (Fall)

    FIN 536 (3 units) New Venture Finance (Fall)

    MAP 539 (3 units) Venture Development II (Spring)

    FIN 697A (2 units) Topics in Entrepreneurial Finance (Spring)

     Note: Entrepreneurship classes subject to change. Please contact the Entrepreneurship Program for

    more details

    Includes Entrepreneurship Elective Courses to Complete 30 Unit Requirement:

    ENTR 520R (3 units) Innovation Principles and Environment (Spring)

     (Spring) ENTR 595F (1 unit) Topics in Entrepreneurship for Scientists

    Note: Entrepreneurship classes subject to change. Please contact the Entrepreneurship Program for

    more details

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