Program Director: Michael Roberts
Bruce Neumann, PhD, University of Illinois
Gary Colbert, PhD, University of Oregon
Carol Dee, PhD, Louisiana State University
L. Ann Martin, PhD, University of Minnesota
Michael Roberts, PhD, Georgia State University
Mary Malina, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Craig A. Sisneros, PhD, Arizona State University
Willilam R. Strawser, PhD, Texas A&M University
Elizabeth Connor, MS, Colorado State University
Robert Hockenbury, MS, University of Houston
Emily Vera, MS, University of Colorado Denver
Hailey Ballew, MS, University of Kansas
Roger Stace, PhD-ABD, University of Western Australia
The master of science in accounting offers three specializations plus a flexible program which allows students to design individualized courses of study.
The program provides students the opportunity to acquire a thorough understanding of financial and managerial accounting, auditing and taxation in preparation for successful careers in public or private accounting, as well as government or nonprofit accounting.
Students completing the MS in accounting will complete:
- 12 semester hours of required accounting core coursework
- 6 semester hours of elective accounting coursework*
- 6 semester hours of accounting capstones
- 6 semester hours of free business electives
*The elective course work can be selected from graduate accounting courses or by selecting one of the three specializations offered within the program. Students who select the accounting and information systems audit and control (AISAAC) specialization have completely different requirements which are listed under that specialization.