MS Courses

MS in Accounting Requirements (33 total credit hours)
MS Accounting Required Courses (27 credit hours)
ACCT 5325 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 5326 Intermediate Financial Accounting II**
ACCT 5330 Introduction to Taxation*
ACCT 5350. Accounting Information Systems
ACCT 5360. Auditing*
ACCT 8380 Accounting Research Methods*
ACCT 8395 Accounting Theory*
BUAD 6330 Business Communications
BUAD 6390 Business Ethics
2 Accounting electives (6 credit hours) Select from the following:
ACCT 6330. Financial Statement Analysis*
ACCT 6340. Corporate Tax*
ACCT 7337. Controllership
ACCT 7340. Advanced Accounting*
ACCT 7350. Forensic Accounting*
 

 

MS in Finance Required Courses (30 total credit hours)
BUAD 6300 Business Analytics
FINA 6305 Managerial Finance*
BUAD 8310 Business & Society*
ACCT 5325 Intermediate Financial Accounting I*
FINA 7310 Intermediate Managerial Finance*
FINA 7320 International Financial Markets*
FINA 7322 Investments*
FINA 7327 Corporate Valuation*
FINA 7350 Derivatives*
FINA 8395 Portfolio Management**
   

 

MS in Cybersecurity Required Courses (30 total credit hours)***
BUAD 6300 Business Analytics BUAD 6305 The Effective Leader BUAD 8310 Business & Society*
CYBS 6350 Data Protection CYBS 6355 Complilance and Legal CYBS 7350 Operational Cybersecurity Management*
CYBS 7351 Strategic Cybersecurity Management* CYBS 7355 Penetration Testing and Vulnerability* CYBS 7359 Digital Forensics*
TECH 8395 Practicum**    

 

MS in Information and Technology Management Required Courses (30 Total Credit hours)
BUAD 6300 Business Analytics
BUAD 6305 The Effective Leader
BUAD 8310 Business & Society*
TECH 6370 Process Mapping & Management
TECH 7372 Enterprise Architecture
TECH 7374 Program & Services Management
TECH 7375 Strategy and IT Governance*
OPER 6370 Project Management
OPER 7370 Project Scope and Time Management*
TECH 8395 Practicum**
 
 

 

* Courses with prerequisites.

** Approval required; final term. 

*** Due to the online course requirements, this program is not available to students planning to attend on an F1 or J1 visa.

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