Requirements

Master of Science in Accountancy

Degree Requirements (45 units)

  1. ACCT 610. Financial Reporting and Disclosure (4)
  2. ACCT 615. Controllership (4)
  3. ACCT 620. Internal Auditing and Management Control (4)
  4. ACCT 629. Seminar in Tax and Business Decisions (4)
  5. ACCT 642. International Accounting (4)
  6. Culminating Experience

    To be determined in consultation with the MSA coordinator or department chair.

  7. Minimum of 25 units chosen in consultation with the MSA coordinator or department chair.

Professional Accounting Option

  • ACCT 536. Corporate and Partnership Taxation (4)
  • ACCT 539. Advanced Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 541. Advanced Auditing (4)
  • ACCT 544. Accounting Law, Ethics, and Institutions (4)
  • ACCT 547. Cost Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 556. Estates and Gifts and other Specialized Taxation Topics (4)
  • ACCT 590. Seminar in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 605. Healthcare Accounting and Financial Analysis (4)
  • ACCT 625. Seminar in Accounting Information Systems (4)
  • ACCT 675. Internship in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 690. Advanced Topics in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 695. Graduate Independent Study (1-4)
  • FIN 555. Trade and Business in Asia (4)
  • FIN 602. Financial Theory and Corporate Finance (4)
  • FIN 622. Entrepreneurial and Venture Finance (4)
  • FIN 651. Financial Institutions and Markets (4)
  • FIN 653. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (4)
  • FIN 654. International Finance (4)
  • FIN 680. Corporate Financial Strategy (4)

Students may not take more than a total of eight quarter units in any combination of College of Business & Public Administration 590, 675, and 690 courses. The program may not include more than 13 units in transfer credit from other universities. CSUSB will not consider for transfer, credit course work from any institution which will not accept that work in its own advanced degree program.

Master of Science in Accountancy (3:2 Program option)

Degree Requirements (45 units)

  1. ACCT 610. Financial Reporting and Disclosure (4)
  2. ACCT 615. Controllership (4)
  3. ACCT 620. Internal Auditing and Management Control (4)
  4. ACCT 629. Seminar in Tax and Business Decisions (4)
  5. ACCT 642. International Accounting (4)

    Note: Students who have taken ACCT 315, 442 and/or 536 may be waived for ACCT 620, 625 and/or 629 by the MAS Coordinator or department chair. These students must complete additional units of graduate work approved by the MSA Coordinator or department chair.

  6. Culminating Experience

    To be determined in consultation with the MSA Coordinator or department chair.

  7. A minimum of twenty-five units chosen in consultation with the MSA Coordinator or the department chair.

Professional Accounting Option

  • ACCT 536. Corporate and Partnership Taxation (4)
  • ACCT 539. Advanced Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 541. Advanced Auditing (4)
  • ACCT 544. Accounting Law, Ethics, and Institutions (4)
  • ACCT 547. Cost Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 556. Estates and Gifts and other Specialized Taxation Topics (4)
  • ACCT 590. Seminar in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 605. Healthcare Accounting and Financial Analysis (4)
  • ACCT 625. Seminar in Accounting Information Systems (4)
  • ACCT 675. Internship in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 690. Advanced Topics in Accounting (4)
  • ACCT 695. Graduate Independent Study (1-4)
  • FIN 555. Trade and Business in Asia (4)
  • FIN 602. Financial Theory and Corporate Finance (4)
  • FIN 622. Entrepreneurial and Venture Finance (4)
  • FIN 651. Financial Institutions and Markets (4)
  • FIN 653. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (4)
  • FIN 654. International Finance (4)
  • FIN 680. Corporate Finance Strategy (4)
  • Students may not take more than a total of eight quarter units in any combination of College of Business & Public Administration 590, 675, and 690 courses. The program may not include more than 13 units in transfer credit from other universities. CSUSB will not consider for transfer, credit course work from any institution which will not accept that work in its own advanced degree program.

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