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1 REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS DEPARTMENT: ACTY PROPOSED EFFECTIVE SEMESTER: Fall 2015 COLLEGE: HCoB PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS Academic Program Substantive Course Changes Misc. Course Changes New degree* New course Title New major* Pre or Co-requisites Description (attach current & proposed) New curriculum* Deletion (required by others) Deletion (not required by others) New concentration* Course #, different level Course #, same level New certificate Credit hours Variable credit New minor Enrollment restriction Credit/no credit Revised major Course-level restriction Cross-listing Revised minor Prefix Title and description COGE reapproval Admission requirements (attach current & proposed) Other (explain**) Graduation requirements General education (select one) Deletion Transfer Not Applicable Other (explain**) Other (explain**) ** Other: Title of degree, curriculum, major, minor, concentration, or certificate: Master of Science in Accountancy Existing course prefix and #: Proposed course prefix and #: Credit hours: Existing course title: Proposed course title: Existing course prerequisite & co-requisite(s): Proposed course prerequisite(s) If there are multiple prerequisites, connect with and or or. To remove prerequisites, enter none. Proposed course co-requisite(s) If there are multiple corequisites, they are always joined by and. Proposed course prerequisite(s) that can also be taken concurrently: Is there a minimum grade for the prerequisites or corequisites? The default grades are D for undergraduates and C for graduates. Major/minor or classification restrictions: List the Banner 4 character codes and whether they should be included or excluded. For 5000 level prerequisites & corequisites: Do these apply to: (circle one) undergraduates graduates both Specifications for University Schedule of Classes: a. Course title (maximum of 30 spaces): b. Multi-topic course: No Yes c. Repeatable for credit: No Yes d. Mandatory credit/no credit: No Yes e. Type of class and contact hours per week (check type and indicate hours as appropriate) 1. Lecture 3. Lecture/lab/discussion 5. Independent study 2. Lab or discussion 4. Seminar or studio 6. Supervision or practicum CIP Code (Registrar s use only): Chair/Director Chair, College Curriculum Committee Date Date Dean Date: Graduate Dean: Date Curriculum Manager: Return to dean Date Forward to: Date Chair, COGE/ PEB / FS President FOR PROPOSALS REQUIRING GSC/USC REVIEW: Date * Approve Disapprove Chair, GSC/USC Date * Approve Disapprove Provost Date Revised May All previous forms are obsolete and should not be used.

2 1. Explain briefly and clearly the proposed improvement. The nine hours of 6000-level courses outside the Department of Accountancy should be selected from the list of courses provided in the proposal. 2. Rationale. Give your reason(s) for the proposed improvement. (If your proposal includes prerequisites, justify those, too.) During the 2014 spring semester, the MSA Committee carried out a review of its MSA program as required by the department policy statements. The policy statement requires the committee to review AACSB guidelines, other universities programs, the Department of Accountancy Advisory Council suggestions, and course syllabi to determine if revisions should be made to the MSA program. The review included a comparison of the MSA degree requirements at WMU, Michigan State University, Grand Valley State University, Eastern Michigan University, Central Michigan University, and Oakland University. These universities were chosen since public accounting firms have indicated to us that they recruit employees from those graduate programs. The review determined that the courses offered at WMU as part of the 15 hours of graduate accountancy courses required for the program were quite similar to those offered at the other universities. Michigan State offered specialties in areas such as taxation or financial accounting, but the other universities did not. WMU s program differed from the other programs in the graduate courses permitted to be taken for the remaining 15 hours of the program. WMU s program recommends that the students take nine of the 15 hours in the MBA program, but students can take the graduate courses in any area outside of accountancy. The other programs specified a list of courses from which the 15 hours can be selected. A review of the permanent programs of past WMU MSA graduates indicated that students had selected courses in areas such as substance abuse, American sign language, gender studies, and other areas that were unlikely to help prepare them for the CPA exam. Michigan State University requires the 15 hours outside of accountancy to be taken only in the areas of business or communications. The MSA Committee decided to use MSU s program as a model for ours since all of the accounting firms recruit MSA students at MSU. The committee compared the course names and descriptions for each of the courses in MSU s program to courses in WMU s graduate catalog to find comparable courses. MSU does not permit students to take courses in economics or law as part of the MSA program, but the committee felt that a limited number of courses in those areas could enhance students ability to perform well on the CPA exam. As a result, a limited number of courses in those areas was added to the list of permitted electives. The list of comparable courses is attached. 3. Effect on other colleges, departments or programs. If consultation with others is required, attach evidence of consultation and support. If objections have been raised, document the resolution. Demonstrate that the program you propose is not a duplication of an existing one. The proposed list of courses includes both Economics and Communication courses. Letters of support are included with this proposal. 4. Effect on your department s programs. Show how the proposed change fits with other departmental offerings. The proposed change will not impact other departmental offerings. 5. Effects on enrolled students: Are program conflicts avoided? Will your proposal make it easier or harder for students to meet graduation requirements? Can students complete the program in a reasonable time? Show that you have considered scheduling needs and demands on students time. If a required course will be offered during summer only, provide a rationale. There are sufficient courses on the list of non-accounting courses such that the proposed change should not make it easier or harder for students to meet graduation requirements. Students can still complete the program in a reasonable time.

3 6. Student or external market demand. What is your anticipated student audience? What evidence of student or market demand or need exists? What is the estimated enrollment? What other factors make your proposal beneficial to students? There are currently 59 students enrolled in the MSA program. 7. Effects on resources. Explain how your proposal would affect department and University resources, including faculty, equipment, space, technology, and library holdings. Tell how you will staff additions to the program. If more advising will be needed, how will you provide for it? How often will course(s) be offered? What will be the initial one-time costs and the ongoing base-funding costs for the proposed program? (Attach additional pages, as necessary.) The proposed change will not affect department or University resources. 8. General education criteria. For a general education course, indicate how this course will meet the criteria for the area or proficiency. (See the General Education Policy for descriptions of each area and proficiency and the criteria. Attach additional pages as necessary. Attach a syllabus if (a) proposing a new course, (b) requesting certification for baccalaureate-level writing, or (c) requesting reapproval of an existing course.) N/A 9. List the learning outcomes for the proposed course or the revised or proposed major, minor, or concentration. These are the outcomes that the department will use for future assessments of the course or program. The objectives of the MSA program are to: (1) Expose students to greater breadth and depth in accounting than that delivered in an undergraduate accountancy program; (2) Increase student understanding of the professional and ethical responsibilities of accountants and the role of accounting within a global context; (3) Further develop students communication skills and teamwork abilities; and (4) Prepare graduates for entry level accounting positions and career advancement. 10. Describe how this curriculum change is a response to assessment outcomes that are part of a departmental or college assessment plan or informal assessment activities. During the 2014 spring semester, the MSA Committee carried out a review of its MSA program as required by the department policy statements. The policy statement requires the committee to review AACSB guidelines, other universities programs, the Department of Accountancy Advisory Council suggestions, and course syllabi to determine if revisions should be made to the MSA program. 11. (Undergraduate proposals only) Describe, in detail, how this curriculum change affects transfer articulation for Michigan community colleges. For course changes, include detail on necessary changes to transfer articulation from Michigan community college courses. For new majors or minors, describe transfer guidelines to be developed with Michigan community colleges. For revisions to majors or minors, describe necessary revisions to Michigan community college guidelines. Department chairs should seek assistance from college advising directors or from the admissions office in completing this section. N/A

4 CURRENT PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Program Requirements A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate work is required. A minimum of 15 hours of accounting must be selected from the following courses: ACTY Financial Accounting and Reporting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Attestation and Assurance Services Credits: 3 hours ACTY International Accounting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Seminar in Management Accounting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Business Tax Planning Credits: 3 hours ACTY Accounting Fraud Credits: 3 hours ACTY Financial Statement Analysis Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy II Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy III Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy IV Credits: 3 hours Additional Requirements In addition to the accountancy course requirements, the student must elect a minimum of nine hours of 6000-level courses outside the Department of Accountancy. Each individual program must include at least 24 hours of or 7000-level courses and must have prior approval of a department advisor. To summarize the requirements: 1. Minimum of 30 hours of graduate course work. 2. Minimum of 15 hours of graduate course work in accountancy. 3. Minimum of 9 hours of non-accounting graduate courses. 4. Minimum of 24 hours at the 6000-level or above. 5. Minimum of 39 semester hours of accounting in graduate and undergraduate course work. A graduate of the Haworth College of Business with a Master of Science in Accountancy will be qualified to take many of the professional certification examinations. Since the qualifying rules differ by state and are subject to change, the student is responsible for determining if additional criteria need to be met for a specific exam or state. The program is designed to meet the AICPA s 150-hour requirement. A student without a degree in business must complete 24 credit hours of business courses to meet the 150-hour requirement. The current requirements to sit for the CPA exam in Michigan include 24 hours of accounting, including auditing. The course work also must include a study in systems and governmental accounting. Return to: Departments and Programs

5 PROPOSED PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Program Requirements A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate work is required. A minimum of 15 hours of accounting must be selected from the following courses: ACTY Financial Accounting and Reporting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Attestation and Assurance Services Credits: 3 hours ACTY International Accounting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Seminar in Management Accounting Credits: 3 hours ACTY Business Tax Planning Credits: 3 hours ACTY Accounting Fraud Credits: 3 hours ACTY Financial Statement Analysis Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy II Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy III Credits: 3 hours ACTY Selected Topics in Accountancy IV Credits: 3 hours Additional Requirements In addition to the accountancy course requirements, the student must elect a minimum of nine hours of 6000-level courses outside the Department of Accountancy. Each individual program must include at least 24 hours of or 7000-level courses and must have prior approval of a department advisor. To summarize the requirements: 6. Minimum of 30 hours of graduate course work. 7. Minimum of 15 hours of graduate course work in accountancy. 8. Minimum of 9 hours of non-accounting graduate courses. 9. Minimum of 24 hours at the 6000-level or above. 10. Minimum of 39 semester hours of accounting in graduate and undergraduate course work. The nine hours of 6000-level courses outside the Department of Accountancy should be selected from the following courses: BUS 6150 Global Business BUS 6160 Law, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility CIS ERP Data Management CIS 6400 Business Analytics CIS 6640 Business Intelligence COM 6430 Communication, Strategic Planning and Innovation COM 6730 Conflict Management COM 6810 Group Communication Processes COM 6830 Leadership and Communication ECON 6030 Advanced Price Theory ECON 6070 Uncertainty and Information FCL 6000 Seminar in Business (law for MSA students) LAW 6840 International Business Law FIN 6120 Financial Management FIN 6190 Financial Markets and Institutions FIN 6220 Financial Restructuring FIN 6250 Financial Strategy

6 FIN 6420 International Finance FIN 6450 Investment Analysis and Management MGMT 6100 International Management MGMT 6140 Supply Chain and Process Management MGMT 6170 Leading People and Organizations MGMT 6500 Managing Change MGMT 6800 Management of Innovation and Technology MKTG 6130 Customer Driven Marketing Management MKTG 6140 Supply Chain and Process Management MKTG 6760 Multinational Marketing Management A graduate of the Haworth College of Business with a Master of Science in Accountancy will be qualified to take many of the professional certification examinations. Since the qualifying rules differ by state and are subject to change, the student is responsible for determining if additional criteria need to be met for a specific exam or state. The program is designed to meet the AICPA s 150-hour requirement. A student without a degree in business must complete 24 credit hours of business courses to meet the 150-hour requirement. The current requirements to sit for the CPA exam in Michigan include 24 hours of accounting, including auditing. The course work also must include a study in systems and governmental accounting. Return to: Departments and Programs

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