The College of Business

MAcc Courses

Core Classes


ACCT 6210 Tax Management for Entities

Prerequisite: Admission to Master of Accountancy degree program or permission of the instructor. Use of tax law and accounting data by management in planning, controlling, and decision making for business entities.


ACCT 6220 Auditing

Prerequisite: Admission to Master of Accountancy or permission of the instructor. Emphasizes case studies, auditing simulations, modern authoritative pronouncements, technology and current events in the accounting profession.


ACCT 6231 Professional Certification I - BEC

Prerequisite: Admission to Master of Accountancy degree program. Focused study and discussion of the topics covered on the Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) section of the Uniform CPA Examination. Coverage will cover review of key business and economic concepts.


ACCT 6232 Professional Certification II - Audit

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Focused study and discussion of the topics covered on the AUDIT section of the Uniform CPA Examination. Coverage will cover review of key auditing concepts, theories, and techniques.


ACCT 6233 Professional Certification III - REG

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Focused study and discussion of the topics covered on the REG section of the Uniform CPA Examination. Coverage will cover review of key taxation concepts, theories, and techniques.


ACCT 6234 Professional Certification IV - FAR

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Focused study and discussion of the topics covered on the FAR section of the Uniform CPA Examination. Coverage will cover review of key financial accounting concepts, theories, and techniques.


ACCT 6240 Ethics & Code of Prof. Conduct

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Professional Accountants are subject to a Professional Code of Conduct. In addition, ethical conduct in both fact and appearance is a critical aspect of the practice of professional accounting. This course will focus on the concept of ethics as it applies to the profession and to the Code of Professional Conduct.


ACCT 6250 Governmental & NFP Acct.

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program or permission of instructor. Accounting, reporting, and budgeting for governmental entities and other not-for-profit organizations, including coverage of healthcare organizations.


ACCT 6260 Tax Research & Strategy

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program or permission of instructor. A case study course emphasizing research, analysis, development, and communication of solutions to tax-related problems using modern information technology.


ACCT 6270 Advanced Financial Accounting

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program or permission of instructor. Theory and problems related to consolidated financial reporting, international accounting, corporate governance, and partnerships.


ACCT 6281 Professional Development I

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Examination of the role of leadership, teambuilding, and technical expertise in professional accounting as it relates to professional accounting.


ACCT 6282 Professional Development II

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. A continuation of the examination of the role of leadership, teambuilding, and technical expertise in professional accounting as it relates to professional accounting.


ACCT 6290 Essential Technology for Accountants

Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accountancy degree program. Examination and application of current technology tools commonly used in the accounting profession including pivot tables, Vlookup tables, data filtering, graphic presentation of data, data security, and data extraction.


Electives

Electives in the MAcc may come from the following sources:

  • TTU MBA Program (excluding ACCT6010 and BMGT6950)

Note: Students who already have an MBA from TTU may count courses taken for the MBA toward the Master of Accountancy.

  • 5000-level electives offered by the TTU Department of Accounting

Note: Credit will not be granted for students who take both a 4000-level course and the co-listed 5000-level course.

  • 5000 or 6000-level courses offered by other programs at TTU (subject to MAcc coordinator approval)

Note: Credit will not be granted for students who take both a 4000-level course and the co-listed 5000-level course.

  • Up to six credit hours of graduate electives may be taken from a non-TTU MBA program or Master of ACcountancy program that is AACSB Accredited (subject to MAcc coordinator approval).