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1 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS DEPARTMENTS Accounting Business Law Computer Information Systems Economics Finance Management Management Science Marketing DEGREE PROGRAMS The School of Business offers the following degrees: Doctor of Philosophy in Business & Doctor of Philosophy in Economics Master degree in Business Administration (MBA) Master of Arts in Economics Master of Professional Accounting Master of Science in Business Analytics Master of Science in Finance Master of Science in International Business Master of Science in Leadership Master of Science in Taxation Non-degree executive education programs are also available The requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree are the same as those listed in the general section of this Bulletin. 733

2 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY The Doctoral program combines interdisciplinary study and research. It is designed to prepare students for careers in academic research and teaching. Students follow specialized programs of study under the guidance of faculty experts. In addition, they have the opportunity to participate in cross-disciplinary training outside of the traditional domains of business and economics. The curriculum will also equip students with the skills and experience necessary for academic placement in the world s top research universities. A minimum of 60 credits are required to earn the PhD in Business or PhD in Economics degree. The program requires year-round, full-time study in order to maximize interaction between faculty and students. Students are expected to interact and begin research projects with the faculty upon entering the program. PhD Program in Business Curriculum: Students may choose to concentrate their study in Accounting, Finance, Management Science, Marketing, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior, or Strategy/International Business. Required Prerequisite Courses (must be completed prior to admission or in the summer prior to commencing doctoral studies): One year of college calculus, one course in linear algebra, and one introductory statistics course. Required Core Courses (these courses can be waived by consent of the appropriate department; waiver is granted by issuing transfer credit for similar courses taken at the advanced graduate level at accredited institutions): There are two streams of core courses for students, each comprising of five courses. Stream I: (Accounting, Finance, Management Science, Marketing-Quantitative, and Operations Management) ECON 533 Micro Economics I 3 Credits ECON 521 Macro Economics I 3 Credits ECON 520 Econometrics I 3 Credits ECON 620 Econometrics II 3 Credits ECON 512 Math Economics II 3 Credits Stream II: (Marketing-Consumer Behavior, Organizational Behavior, Strategy/International Business) PSY 631 Psych Statistics I 3 Credits PSY 632 Psych Statistics II 3 Credits SOC 610 Research Methods 3 Credits PSY 625 Social Psychology 3 Credits and, any one of the following two courses: SOC 616 Small Group Theory 3 Credits 734

3 ECON 533 Micro Economics I 3 Credits Area of Concentration Courses (to be decided by the student and faculty): In total, a minimum of 33 credits in concentration courses are to be taken, up to 15 of which may be satisfied by transfer credit. Some Departments may require students to complete a minor field. If so, their major field must consist of a minimum of 24 hours (with at least 15 hours completed in doctoral program residence at the University of Miami). The minor field would then consist of 9-12 hours in an area outside of the major concentration (with a minimum of 9 hours taken in doctoral program residency at the University of Miami). Dissertation Research 12 credits are to be taken at a minimum two semesters of 6-9 hours each. No transfer credit is given for dissertation or prior research. Total Credit Requirements In total, a minimum of 60 credits are required for receiving the Ph.D. degree in Business Administration: 15 hours of core courses, 33 hours of concentration courses, and 12 hours of dissertation research. To this total must be added any prerequisite courses (as outlined above), with transfer credit being subtracted. Admissions Requirements: Application Form Application Fee of $65.00 GPA of B+ or better in undergraduate and graduate (if any) coursework Official Transcripts, Copies of Diplomas and/or Certificates Strong quantitative skills, as demonstrated through GMAT/GRE scores and prior coursework Potential to conduct and publish high-quality original research Official TOEFL Score Report (International Students only) Three Letters of Recommendation Statement of Purpose Resume A master s degree is not required; but an undergraduate degree (in any discipline) is required. Financial aid packages are available to qualified PhD applicants. PhD Program in Economics Curriculum: The Ph.D. program in Economics prepares the recipient for a variety of research-oriented career opportunities, including university research/teaching, government employment, and a host of employment opportunities in the private sector. 735

4 All Ph.D. students are required to complete sixty (60) credit hours. There are 12 core courses (36 credit hours), two courses in one major field (6 credit hours), one course in a minor field (3 credit hours), one field/elective course (3 credit hours) and the dissertation (12 credit hours). A field is comprised of either two related courses in one of the major economic disciplines, e.g. international trade, or two courses in related disciplines, e.g. health economics and labor economics. Applicants for admission to graduate study in Economics should have an extensive background in Economic Theory and Quantitative methods. a. All Doctor of Philosophy students must take the core that consists of the following courses: i. 500-level mathematical economics courses (ECO 512) ii. a 500-level macroeconomics course (ECO 521) iii. a 500-level microeconomics course (ECO 533) iv. a 500-level econometrics course (ECO 520) v. two 600-level econometrics courses (ECO 620, 625) vi. A 500 level mathematics (MTH 533) vii. two 600-level microeconomics courses (ECO 633 and 634) viii. two 600-level macroeconomics/monetary theory courses (ECO 621, 603) b. Two fields of specialization are required. A field is comprised of two courses. These two fields are selected from the following areas of concentration: i. Macroeconomics (ECO 603, 604) ii. Financial Economics (Eco 604, 625) iii. Human resource economics (ECO 511, 611) iv. Environmental Economics (Eco 625, 645) v. cognate areas with departmental approval c. One elective must be taken. Elective courses may be selected from the graduate offerings of the Mathematics, Computer Information Systems, Management Science, and Finance departments. d. Additional Requirements: i. comprehensive examinations covering the core and the one field of specialization ii. a doctoral dissertation for 12 credit hours e. To be considered for admission, all applicants must i. score a minimum of 158 on the quantitative section of the Graduate Record Examination, ii. hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution of recognized standing, iii. have a GPA of B or better in undergraduate or graduate (if any) coursework, iv. submit two copies of all official undergraduate and graduate (if any) transcripts, v. have demonstrated, by their undergraduate record, capability of completing a Ph.D. program, vi. In addition, foreign students are required to score a minimum of 94 on the internet based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). 736

5 Required Admissions Materials: Application Form Application Fee of $65.00 Official Transcripts, Copies of Diplomas and/or Certificates Official GRE scores report Official TOEFL Score Report (International Students only) Three Letters of Recommendation Statement of Purpose Resume/CV (optional) A master s degree is not required for admissions. Assistantships are available to qualified PhD applicants. The minimum additional requirements for consideration for an assistantship are a minimum of 150 on the verbal section and 158 on the quantitative section of the GRE and the equivalent of a cumulative "B+" GPA. The program only rarely admits students without an assistantship. 737

6 MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The University of Miami School of Business offers various full-time Master of Business Administration degrees. FULL-TIME TWO-YEAR MBA PROGRAM The full-time two-year MBA Program is innovative and career focused. It is designed to meet the needs of undergraduate students who have studied in any discipline. In addition to preparing business leaders of the future, the curriculum adds a valuable dimension to those seeking to build their business acumen for a wide variety of future career opportunities. UM's full-time MBA program is a 56- credit, lock-step program that is completed in less than two calendar years. Students typically enroll in elective courses during the second year of the program. Students may be able to complete a concentration based on completion of appropriate electives. In addition, students may enroll in a foreign language class, with no additional charge. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at FULL-TIME ACCELERATED ONE-YEAR MBA PROGRAM The full-time one-year MBA Program is offered once per year in January. This program is designed to meet the needs of the student with an undergraduate degree in business. Applicants must demonstrate successful completion of the core business courses: Financial and Managerial Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Calculus, Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, Marketing, and Finance. The curriculum prepares business leaders of the future, adding a valuable dimension to their education. Students beginning the program in January obtain a cross-functional MBA in lieu of a concentration. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at 738

7 FULL-TIME ACCELERATED MBA IN REAL ESTATE The University of Miami, School of Business Administration offers a new accelerated MBA program with a concentration in real estate highlighted by two internship opportunities. Bringing together the School's strengths in management education with the strengths of the UM School of Architecture in new urbanism, the program prepares students to succeed in commercial real estate market careers. This program is designed to meet the needs of the student with an undergraduate degree in business. Applicants must demonstrate successful completion of the core business courses: Financial and Managerial Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Calculus, Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, Marketing, and Finance. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at FULL-TIME MBA DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMS The University of Miami offers dual degree programs in the areas of JD/MBA, MD/MBA, and BARCH/MBA. Dual degree programs are only available in conjunction with the Full-time twoyear MBA Program, with the exception of the JD/One Year MBA and JD/LLM/One Year MBA programs. Admissions and all requirements for each program must be fulfilled in order to apply to the MBA program. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at INTERNSHIPS The School of Business encourages students to augment their classroom experience through a comprehensive internship program. Students who are interested in internships must register with the Ziff Graduate Career Center as soon as they arrive on campus. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Graduate Admissions Committee welcomes applications from individuals whose undergraduate degrees are from accredited colleges or universities. Acceptance is based upon an evaluation of all credentials presented by the applicant. The following are the requirements for admission for both the Full-time two-year and one-year MBA Programs: Completed application, which includes an essay Resume Transcripts Letter(s) of Recommendation 739

8 Official GMAT or GRE score report English Language Proficiency Exam, (TOEFL or IELTS), if applicable (most international students) International Student Financial Statement, if applicable Campus Visit, encouraged Interview, by invitation only. International applicants must provide an official copy of all transcripts in addition to a certified English translation of said documents as well as a copy and translation of the respective diploma. 740

9 EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAMS AND THE PROFESSIONAL MBA PROGRAM The University of Miami offers Executive and Professional MBA programs that are designed for accomplished professionals who are ready to take their career to the next level. Participants gain insight and understanding into the business environment by gaining a more global outlook and are better equipped to meet the challenges of today's business world. They become better negotiators, strategic thinkers, and more effective team players in a variety of business related situations. The Executive and Professional MBA programs enable students to customize their MBA experience to better meet their industry and career goals - with a select range of elective courses few other working professionals programs can match. This unique elective opportunity allows students to pursue a select number of electives in specialty areas from accounting and marketing to management science and computer information systems. Students will also expand their professional network as they join elective classes with MBAs outside their regular cohort. (Five electives are offered in the Health EMBA program as cohort, lock-step courses that are already built into the curriculum). PROFESSIONAL MBA The University of Miami's Professional MBA Program is designed for professionals with three to seven years of work experience who aspire to pursue a career in business or would like to strengthen their knowledge and skills in the fundamental disciplines of business to make them successful in today's competitive environment. An international perspective is integrated into a comprehensive business curriculum exposing students to global strategic thinking and analysis. The Professional MBA Program provides professionals the opportunity to earn an MBA by attending class on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completed application, which includes an essay Application Fee of $ Resume Transcripts Letter(s) of Recommendation Official GMAT or GRE score report may be required English Language Proficiency Exam, (TOEFL or IELTS) if applicable Interview required 741

10 International applicants must provide an official copy of all transcripts in addition to a certified English translation of said documents as well as a copy and translation of the respective diploma. EXECUTIVE MBA The Executive MBA programs provide business executives and professionals the opportunity to earn an MBA by attending (depending on program) class on Saturdays, Friday/Saturday/Sunday or in a hybrid format including Friday/Saturday/Sunday structure. These programs include: Executive MBA Executive MBA Global Executive MBA in Spanish Executive MBA Miami Executive MBA for the Americas Executive MBA - Health Sector Management & Policy Executive MBA Off Campus Program in San Juan, Puerto Rico Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completed application, which includes an essay Application Fee of $ Resume Transcripts Letter(s) of Recommendation Official GMAT or GRE score report, may be required English Language Proficiency Exam, (TOEFL or IELTS) if applicable Interview required International applicants must provide an official copy of all transcripts in addition to a certified English translation of said documents as well as a copy and translation of the respective diploma. 742

11 GLOBAL EXECUTIVE MBA IN SPANISH The University of Miami s Global Executive MBA program is designed for highly experienced Spanish-speaking executives, entrepreneurs and other professionals in Latin America. The Global Executive MBA in Spanish enables participants to broaden their business knowledge, improve their management skills and strategic decision-making abilities, and expand their professional network through close interaction with a select group of business leaders from across Latin America. The UM Global Executive MBA is taught in seven, two-week sessions. The program offers a total of 15 courses of which 13 take place on campus in Coral Gables and two abroad during a Residential Session Abroad. The courses are given in sequence; the same group of students advances together throughout the entire program. A two-week residential session abroad provides MBA students with the opportunity to gain international business perspectives, first-hand. As part of this program, students may receive lectures on pressing international business matters, meet prominent local business leaders, tour companies and manufacturing operations, and immerse themselves in a country s cultural, social, and business environment. All classes are taught entirely in Spanish, with some reading materials in English, so reading-level knowledge of English is required. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completed online application, which includes an essay A bachelor s degree or its equivalent Copy of degree diploma Official transcripts for each undergraduate institution attended including the certified English translations Resume (applicant must have six or more years of professional work experience) Letter(s) of recommendation, one must be from applicant s employer, or applicant s client if self-employed Reading-level knowledge of English Interview, by invitation only 743

12 The MIAMI EXECUTIVE MBA for the AMERICAS The Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program is aimed at senior executives, primarily from Florida and Latin America, who want to further their business acumen and enhance their understanding of conducting business in the Americas. The format flexibility and length of the program will permit students to earn their MBA. The 17-month program blends face-to-face on-campus modules, which include executive presentations, case studies and group projects, with distance learning. It covers four focus areas (Global Strategy and Execution; Managing Global Operations and Decision Making; Global Multi-Cultural Leadership; and Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology) through eleven courses or modules, as well as an Integrated Project carried out in nine oncampus residencies and eight Inter-Residencies (distance-learning). Like our other EMBA programs, the EMBA for the Americas is lock-step in nature. Students will progress together through a sequential pattern of courses. The students will obtain their MBA after the successful completion of 45 credits over an 18 month period. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at Admission Requirements Completed online application, which includes an essay A bachelor s degree or its equivalent Copy of degree diploma Official transcripts for each undergraduate institution attended including the certified English translations Resume (applicant must have six or more years of professional work experience) Letter(s) of recommendation, one must be from applicant s employer, or applicant s client if self-employed Reading-level knowledge of English Interview, by invitation only 744

13 The EXECUTIVE MBA in HEALTH SECTOR MANAGEMENT & POLICY The University of Miami Executive MBA in Health Sector Management and Policy Program prepares graduates for positions of leadership in health care and health-related organizations. The program focuses on the post-graduate educational needs of professionals already fully employed in the health care industry, as well as those aspiring to careers in the field. Combining its strengths in graduate business education and its close relationships with the South Florida health care community, the program teaches practical administrative skills as well as broad strategic and theoretical perspectives to students who wish to expand their knowledge of management and administration as applied to the health care industry. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at Admission Requirements Completed online application, which includes an essay A bachelor s degree or its equivalent Copy of degree diploma Official transcripts for each undergraduate institution attended including the certified English translations Resume (applicant must have six or more years of professional work experience) Letter(s) of recommendation, one must be from applicant s employer, or applicant s client if self-employed Reading-level knowledge of English Interview, by invitation only 745

14 The EXECUTIVE MBA PUERTO RICO The University of Miami Executive MBA program currently offers a program in Puerto Rico. This 23-month program, taught by the same world-class faculty who teach in the School s domestic MBA programs, enables executives and other professionals in the Caribbean to earn the UM MBA degree in Puerto Rico without interrupting their careers. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at Admission Requirements Completed online application, which includes an essay A bachelor s degree or its equivalent Copy of degree diploma Official transcripts for each undergraduate institution attended including the certified English translations Resume (applicant must have six or more years of professional work experience) Letter(s) of recommendation, one must be from applicant s employer, or applicant s client if self-employed Reading-level knowledge of English Interview, by invitation only 746

15 MASTER S OF ARTS or SCIENCES DEGREES MASTER OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS The Master of Arts in Economics provides an economic foundation, and problem solving skills, for analysis of the business environment, economic policies, forecasting, and development of a global economy. The MA in Economics provides students with the essential analytical tools and rigorous training they need to apply economic analysis to help global corporations and governments achieve success. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE The Master of Science in Finance is designed to prepare students for success in the fastpaced, dynamic financial sector by combining a solid foundation in general management practices with expertise in corporate finance, global markets, and the financial services industry. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS Business Analytics is the discipline that makes extensive use of data, statistical and quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive modeling, and fact-based management to drive decision making. Business Analytics is being used to do everything from solving complex business problems to increasing the efficiencies in hospitals and medical centers to simulating sporting contests. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at 747

16 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS To succeed in the modern global marketplace, an understanding of fundamental global business principles, coupled with an understanding of how cultural nuances affect business and business interactions, is critical. The MS in International Business offers a broad-stroke education in global business with core courses in accounting, finance, management, entrepreneurship and marketing all taught from a global perspective. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES (Specialization in Leadership) The Master of Science in Management Studies (Specialization in Leadership) provides students with cutting-edge knowledge and skills that enable them to be leaders who consistently perform beyond expectations in an increasingly dynamic professional environment. The program focuses on critical thinking, decisive management, and experiential learning providing a broad perspective on tackling the difficult issues of today. Curriculum To obtain detailed program curricula please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at (305) or visit our website at 748

17 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completed application, which includes an essay Application Fee of $ Resume Transcripts Letter(s) of Recommendation Official GMAT or GRE score report English Language Proficiency Exam, (TOEFL or IELTS), if applicable (most international students) International Student Financial Statement, if applicable Campus Visit, encouraged Interview (if requested by the admissions dept.). MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (MAcc) and MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TAXATION (MST) While the programs are similar in that they offer an opportunity to concentrate in accounting, they differ in degree of specialization and career path orientation. The MAcc offers two separate tracks in assurance and corporate accounting while the MST is designed for students interested in careers in taxation. In addition to the traditional one year of full-time study beyond the Bachelor s level, the MAcc and the MST programs are offered as accelerated programs for University of Miami undergraduates. Students in the accelerated programs have the option of obtaining an International Designation. For admission to either the MAcc or MST, based on an undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. institution, we consider the applicant s undergraduate grade point average, GMAT score, grades in specific accounting courses, the rigor of the undergraduate program, and other factors such as work experience. Admission decisions are made on a competitive basis from the applicant pool. Undergraduate students from the University of Miami that have a grade point average of 3.4 or higher do not have to take the GMAT exam. In addition individuals who have demonstrated their ability to do graduate work in accounting by becoming a CPA or who have earned a graduate degree from a business school accredited by the AACSB are also waved from the requirement to take the GMAT exam. Students without an undergraduate degree in accounting will be required to take certain prerequisite courses to secure admission. These prerequisites will depend upon the undergraduate major and previous accounting courses taken. Necessary prerequisite accounting courses can be taken in the University of Miami s Accounting Summer Intensive Program, which is a seven-week program beginning in early July. Foreign students must provide evidence of proficiency in English by supplying a TOEFL score. Additionally, foreign students must have successfully completed two semesters of intermediate accounting, one semester of cost accounting, one semester of auditing, one semester of accounting systems and one semester of tax at a U.S. university accredited by the AACSB before enrolling in graduate accounting courses. Alternatively, foreign students 749

18 may attend the University of Miami s Accounting Summer Intensive Program to fulfill this requirement. SCHOLARSHIPS University of Miami School of Business - Alumni Association Endowed Accounting Scholarships are available for students pursuing Graduate Studies in Accounting. Various other scholarships and assistantships may be available. 750

19 MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (MACC) The MAcc program offers two tracks: Assurance (MAcc-Assurance) for students planning to go into public accounting and Corporate Accounting (MAcc-Corporate) for students planning careers as controllers, CFOs or financial analysts. The MAcc is designed for the student who has taken the accounting and related courses required for an undergraduate major in accounting or other undergraduate business majors who have successfully completed the Accounting Summer Intensive Program. These students should be able to complete the MAcc in a year or less provided they enroll as full time students. Undergraduate Course Requirements The courses listed below are undergraduate prerequisites that, unless already completed, must be fulfilled in order to be admitted for graduate study. For most graduate tax classes the equivalent of ACC 404: Advanced Taxation (Corporate and Partnership Income Taxation) is also required. If a candidate does not have an undergraduate business degree, additional business prerequisites (economics, marketing, management, finance and others) will also be required. Principles of Financial Accounting (ACC 211) Managerial Accounting (ACC 212) Intermediate Financial Accounting I and II (ACC 311 and 312) Cost/Managerial Accounting (ACC 301) Auditing (ACC 402) Fundamentals of Taxation (ACC 403) Accounting Information Systems (ACC 406) Master of Accounting Assurance Track (MAcc-Assurance) The program requires 30 semester hours consisting of five required courses and the balance of approved elective courses provided the student has an undergraduate degree in Accounting, or its equivalent, from an accredited institution. In addition to the four required courses, students must select one accounting course from Group A and two courses from Group B (refer to lists below). Courses with a 600-level designation are designed for graduate students. Courses with a 500-level designation are open to graduate students and upper-level undergraduate students. Graduate students are permitted to take up to 6 semester hours in 500-level courses. The remaining credits must all be earned in 600-level courses. Unless otherwise noted, courses in the program are two semester hours (two credits). 751

20 Required courses: ACC 603 Studies in Financial Reporting Issues ACC 610 Financial Reporting Research ACC 611 Auditing Seminar ACC 630 (ACC 530) International Financial Reporting Standards (1 credit) Group A: Students must select one of the following courses. ACC 602 (ACC 509) Analysis of Financial Statements ACC 672 (ACC 572) Advanced Financial Analysis Group B (Assurance): Students must take at least two of the following accounting courses. ACC 522 Advanced Issues in Auditing (3 credits) ACC 524 Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit Entities ACC 620 Accounting Controls in Information Technology ACC 623 International Accounting and Taxation ACC 648 Financial Reporting of Income Taxes ACC 675 Compensation, Incentives and Strategic Control ACC 677 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations Students may select their other electives from the remaining courses in Group B above or the following elective courses: Recommended elective courses: BUS 602 Critical Thinking and Effective Writing (1 credit) BUS 603 Critical Thinking and Effective Presentations (1 credit) Other elective courses: ACC 601 Trends in Present Day Accounting ACC 604 Seminar in Cost Accounting ACC 606 Internal Auditing ACC 640 Corporate Taxation I ACC 641 Corporate Taxation II ACC 642 Seminar in Taxation ACC 643 Tax Research ACC 645 Partnership Taxation ACC 647 Estate and Gift Taxes ACC 649 Issues in Tax Policy ACC 662 Taxation of Multinational Corporations 752

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