Department of Accounting

 

 

Masters of Accountancy – Financial/Auditing Program

 

 

The Masters of Accountancy - Financial/Auditing (MAcc-F/A) program is designed to develop highly competent accountants who are knowledgeable in financial processes and procedures, and fully prepared for entry into the demanding accounting profession,one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Our graduates have gone on to great success with the finest accounting firms, companies and public agencies.

Our MAcc-F/A program accommodates not only accounting degree holders, but also students who were not undergraduate accounting majors. In fact, typically 60% or more of our MAcc-F/A students were not accounting majors or even business majors. These are students who have decided to obtain an accounting degree and pursue a career in the accounting field.

We maintain partnerships with area accounting employers, creating numerous internship opportunities and job placement success for our students.

CSU’s MAcc-F/A is a rigorous program that fully prepares the student for an accounting career at all levels while also providing excellent preparation for taking and passing the CPA examination. Our students are encouraged to obtain the distinction of holding the CPA certificate.

LEVEL III COURSES: Professional Preparation

 

  • ACT 621 Federal Income Taxation*
  • ACT 622 Attest Function**
  • ACT 631 Selected Topics in Accounting***
  • ACT 639 Accounting Policy
  • ACT 688 Accounting Systems****
  • ACT 560 International Accounting Standards
  • ACT Elective (500 or 600 level)
  • ACT Elective (500 or 600 level)
  • ACT Elective (500 or 600 level)

*With successful completion of an equivalent course, this course will be waived and ACT 562 or another Tax course (3 credit hours) will be substituted.

** With successful completion of an equivalent course, this course will be waived and ACT 632 (3 credit hours) will be substituted.

*** With successful completion of an equivalent course, this course will be waived and ACT 634 (3 credit hours) will be substituted.

**** With successful completion of an equivalent course, this course will be waived and ACT 553 (3 credit hours) will be substituted.

^Students who substitute for ACT 621, 622 or 631 may need an additional ACT elective to reach the 30 credit hour core requirement.

 

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Mailing Address
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, BU 512A
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Dr. Bruce McClain
Monte Ahuja Hall, Rm. 512 A
1860 East 18th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Phone: 216.687.4720
Fax: 216.687.9212
accountingdept@csuohio.edu



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