- Applicants who completed all or part of their education abroad are required to have their foreign educational credentials evaluated by an independent evaluation service. A Course-by-Course and Grade Point Average Equivalent Evaluation is required for admission. You must submit an official sealed copy of your evaluation with your application materials.
- Documents submitted in a language other than English must be accompanied by official translations.
- A TOEFL or IELTS score not more than two years old is required for international applicants whose primary language is not English. Official score reports must be sent directly to the Office of Admissions by the Educational Testing Service. Use institution code 5025 for submission of official score reports. Unofficial copies of the score report may be included with the application for initial review and evaluation, but an official score report will be required for applicants who are offered admission.
* Exception: A TOEFL score is not required of international applicants who have attended another U.S. institution and completed freshman English Composition I and II with a grade of "C" or higher.
- Foundations of Accounting and Finance
- Individual Tax
- Intermediate Financial Accounting I
- Intermediate Financial Accounting II
- Accounting Theory
- Seminar in Accounting Information Systems
- Issues in Accounting & Taxation Research
- Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
- Advanced Accounting Topics
- International Financial Reporting Standards
- Advanced Auditing
Electives (Choose Three Courses):
- Seminar in Taxation
- Accounting Internship/Project
- Issues in Business Law & Corp Responsibility
- Corporate Finance
- Ethical Leadership
- Corporate, Partnerships, and Estate Taxation