Master of Accounting

College of Business & Public Administration
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Drake’s M.Acc. program allows you to customize your degree based on your personal interests.

Your adviser will assist you in choosing elective courses and to help you realize your career goals. Necessary credit hours will depend on each individual student’s previous education. 

Business Foundation Courses (waived if completed equivalent course as undergraduate)

  • MBA 242: Evaluating Organizational Performance
  • MBA 251: Creating Customer Value
  • MBA 253: Enhancing Firm Value
  • MBA 254: Leadership & Human Capital Development

Accounting Foundation Courses (waived if completed equivalent course as undergraduate)

  • ACCT 105: Accounting Information Systems
  • ACCT 110: Managerial Accounting
  • ACCT 165: Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACCT 166: Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACCT 175: Auditing Principles
  • ACCT 185: Individual Taxation
  • ACCT 186: Business Entity Taxation
  • BLAW 060: Business Law

Required Core

Accounting Electives (select four courses)

  • ACCT 120: Advanced Managerial Accounting
  • ACCT 167: Advanced Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 186: Business Entity Taxation
  • ACCT 210: Government/Non-Profit Accounting
  • ACCT 265: Emerging Accounting Issues
  • ACCT 277: Fraud Examination
  • ACCT 276: IT Auditing
  • ACCT 278: Internal Auditing
  • ACCT 280: Financial Statement Analysis
  • BLAW 120: Business Law II
  • BLAW 250: Law of Business Organizations

Graduate Free Electives (select two courses)

  • Any graduate course chosen from accounting, business or other disciplines in consultation with your advisor.

Learn more about the Drake Master of Accounting program. Plan to attend an information session, discuss your educational goals with Zimpleman College of Business staff, or apply now.

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