Master of Accounting Science (M.A.S.) in Accountancy, Taxation Concentration
The M.A.S. program is a one-year program for students who have completed or are pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from a regionally accredited U.S. institution. The Concentration in Taxation is one of the primary options available within the MAS program.
Students in the Taxation concentration may pursue a second optional concentration. If admitted to a second concentration, the coursework for the second concentration may also count toward the graduate electives requirements for the MAS degree. Second concentration options include:
Data Analytics for Accountancy
Corporate Governance and International Business
Information Technology and Control
Supply Chain Management
|ACCY 451*, Advanced Income Tax Problems, ACCY 410*, Advanced Financial Accounting, or ACCY 510, Financial Reporting Standards||4|
|ACCY 551||Corporate Income Taxation||4|
|ACCY 552||Partnership Income Taxation||4|
|ACCY 556||Tax Research||4|
|ACCY 554||International Taxation||4|
|Graduate electives (students have the option to pursue one of the Concentrations open to MAS students).||12|
*ACCY 451 and ACCY 410 are currently offered for differential credit (3 hours undergraduate or 4 hours graduate credit). Students in the Taxation option that complete both of these courses during the undergraduate timeframe will take ACCY 510 instead.
|Course substitutions may be approved by the Department of Accountancy.|
|Other requirements may overlap.|