Master of Accountancy

Sample Programs of Study

Twelve Month Program (30 hours)

MAcc Program

 

This program provides for the completion of the Master of Accountancy degree program with credentials sufficient to qualify for the Certified Public Accountant examination as currently defined by the state of Kansas. [Assumes the completion of the equivalent of a Washburn University undergraduate accounting degree with additional credits in written or oral communication as required by the Kansas Board of Accountancy]

Fall Spring Summer
AC 621 Advanced Accounting AC 629 Accounting Research Graduate Elective - MBA
AC 624 Taxation of Business Entities AC 630 Advanced Accounting Systems Graduate Elective - MBA
AC 627 Advanced Managerial Accounting AC 639 Accounting Theory and Ethics
EC 952 Managerial Economics Graduate Accounting Elective


Master of Accountancy 3 + 2 Program
Two academic years (60 hours)

This program provides for the completion of the Master of Accountancy degree program with credentials sufficient to qualify for the Certified Public Accountant examination as currently defined by the state of Kansas. [Includes courses necessary to complete a Washburn University undergraduate BBA in Accounting] 

Fall Spring Summer
AC 627 Advanced Managerial Accounting BU 347 Production and Operations Management General Education or Required Undergraduate SOBU course
BU 616 Commercial Transactions (or other Graduate Elective) AC 425 Auditing Graduate Elective or Required Undergraduate SOBU course
International Requirement (BU 355. BU 477 or BU 410) AC 423 Federal Income Taxation - Individuals
UG Upper Division Elective AC 630 Advanced Accounting Information Systems
Fall Spring Summer
AC 624 Taxation - Business Entities BU 449 Strategic Management Graduate Elective or Required Undergraduate SOBU course
AC 621 Advanced Financial Accounting AC 629 Accounting Research Additional course - Written or Oral communication (UG)
EC 952 Managerial Economics AC 639 Accounting Theory and Ethics
UG Upper Division Elective Graduate Accounting Elective or Required Undergraduate SOBU course