MBA with Accountancy Concentration

 


The Accountancy Concentration is intended for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in accounting, and the program will prepare students to meet the educational requirements necessary to take the Certified Public Accountant examination.

The required courses in the MBA with Accountancy Concentration are:

Course Prerequisite(s)
MBA 5500, Quantitative Modeling BUS 3950, Operations Management
MBA 5550, Marketing Management BUS 3470, Principles of Marketing
MBA 5640, Financial Management BUS 2810, Business Statistics; BUS 3710, Business Financial Mgt.
MBA 5660, Operations Management BUS 3950, Operations Management
MBA 5670, Management Information Systems BUS 3500, Management Information Systems
MBA 5680, Organizational Behavior BUS 3010, Mgt. & Org. Behavior
MBA 5900, Management Simulation MBA 5640, Financial Management; MBA 5660, Operations Management
ACC 5200, Financial Accounting Standards ACC 3250, Financial Accounting Theory II
ACC 5400, Advanced Auditing & Assurance Services ACC 4700*, Admission to MBA or permission of the Coordinator, Graduate Business Studies

*Prerequisite for all 4000-level ACC courses: cumulative EIU GPA of 2.5 or higher

Concurrent courses: Students are strongly encouraged to take ACC 3200 concurrently with ACC 3300. Students are strongly encouraged to take ACC 3250 concurrently with ACC 3900.

ACC 5450, Legal & Reg. Env. of Acc. Prof. BUS 2750, Legal and Social Environment of Business. No credit for students who have successfully completed MGT 3470 and MGT 3480.
3 Hours of Accounting Electives See list below for approved electives.
Total: 34 Semester Hours  
 

Students must choose one elective course from the following list. The options are as follows:

 

Course Prerequisite(s)
ACC 5000, Fraud Examination Admission to the MBA program or permission of the Coordinator, Graduate Business Studies
ACC 5100, Special Topics Determined by subject matter
ACC 5300, Strategic Cost Management ACC 3300,Management and Cost Accounting or MBA 5605, Managerial Accounting
ACC 5700, Seminar on Challenges in ACC ACC 3200

*Prerequisite for all 4000-level ACC courses: cumulative EIU GPA of 2.5 or higher

Concurrent courses: Students are strongly encouraged to take ACC 3200 concurrently with ACC 3300. Students are strongly encouraged to take ACC 3250 concurrently with ACC 3900.