What Makes our Curriculum Person, Real and Connected
MAc Core. The MAc Core curriculum combines advanced critical accounting knowledge with soft skills such as professional communication, analysis and persuasion. The goal of the MAc Core is to provide students the opportunity and ability to think about and appreciate the accounting and business world from various perspectives.
Audit and Assurance Services. Develop the skills needed to audit or consult with multinational corporations. Graduates with this concentration typically begin their professional careers in the audit practice of a professional services firm.
Taxation. Taxation develops a foundation for understanding and analyzing the manner in which tax strategy impacts the current business environment. Graduates with this concentration typically begin their professional careers in the tax division of a professional services firm or in a corporate tax department.
Financial Reporting & Valuation. Financial Reporting and Valuation develops accounting knowledge and analytical skills necessary for decision-making in today’s complex business environment. While many graduates with this concentration will likely begin their careers as assurance professionals, this concentration also prepares graduates more broadly for positions in consulting practices of professional services firms, with investment banking firms or other financial institutions.