Accounting Concentration (On Campus Only)
If you have an undergraduate degree in accounting, this concentration provides you the ability to meet the 150-credit hour requirement for CPA Exam eligibility.
- ACCT 601: Advanced Accounting (3 hours)
Emphasis is placed on consolidated statements. Consideration is also given to foreign branches and subsidiaries. Requisites: PR, ACCT 306.
- ACCT 610: Advanced Tax Procedure (3 hours)
A study of the major aspects of federal income taxes as they pertain to partnerships, corporations, estates, and trusts. Requisites: PR, ACCT 402.
- ACCT 612: Advanced Auditing (3 hours)
Principles and standards in auditing are emphasized through consideration of legal cases encountered by auditors in public practice. Reference made to pronouncements of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Requisites: PR, ACCT 607.
- ACCT 608: CPA Problems (3 hours)
Selected typical problems from previous CPA examinations and pertinent coursework are reviewed. A variety of topics in accounting practice and theory are considered. Students are expected to have a thorough background in accounting. Very little new material is introduced in the course. Requisites: PR, ACCT 306.
Prerequisite courses need to be completed prior to enrollment in the concentration elective courses above.