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Business Administration and Accountancy Graduate Major (MBAA)

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The Master of Business Administration and Accountancy is a one-year master’s program for students with an undergraduate degree in accounting. It allows accounting students to receive an undergraduate degree and a master’s degree during their five years of university study required to become a CPA. As an integrated program, the MBAA is designed to allow students the opportunity to plan early enough in their accounting education program to enable them to receive both an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree. The MBAA is also designed to accommodate postbaccalaureate students wishing to prepare for accounting careers by completing a two-year plan of study.



Fall Term

ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)
BA 590. New Product Development (3)

Winter Term

ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)

Spring Term

ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice (6)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)
Elective (3–4)

Total Credits 45


MBAA Accounting Courses


Required

ACTG 317. External Reporting I (4)
ACTG 318. External Reporting II (4)
ACTG 319. External Reporting III (4)
ACTG 321. Cost Management I (4)
ACTG 325. Introduction to Taxation (4) [Terminated fall 2014]
ACTG 378. Accounting Information Management (4)
ACTG 427. Assurance and Attestation Services (4)
ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice (6)

Any three from below:
ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)

One-Year Schedule of Courses for Students with an Undergraduate Accountancy Degree

Course schedule for students with an undergraduate degree equivalent to the OSU Accountancy degree.

Fall (12–16)

ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)*
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis (3)
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)
BA 590. New Product Development (3)

Winter (12–16)

ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)*
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)

Spring (13–17)

ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice (6)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)*
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)*
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)

Total=45


Footnote:

* Students take 3 of these 4 electives depending upon courses taken for undergraduate credit.

Two-Year Schedule of Courses for Students without an Undergraduate Accountancy Degree

Course schedule for students without an undergraduate accountancy degree equivalent to the OSU Accountancy degree. Students must have all MBA admission prerequisites completed before they begin classes in the fall of their first year including BA 211 and BA 213.

The course total is 81 credits over two years. Elective credits are included to ensure a minimum of 12 credits per term for financial aid or visa concerns.

First Year


Fall (12+)

ACTG 317. External Reporting I (4)
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis (3)
BA 590. New Product Development (3)
Elective

Winter (14)

ACTG 318. External Reporting II (4)
ACTG 378. Accounting Information Management (4)
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)

Spring (15)

ACTG 319. External Reporting III (4)
ACTG 321. Cost Management I (4)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)

Second Year


Fall (14)

ACTG 427. Assurance and Attestation Services (4)
ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)

Winter (13)

ACTG 325. Introduction to Taxation (4)[Terminated fall 2014]
ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)

Spring (12+)

ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice (6)
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)

Total=81


Summary of Programs in Accountancy

Both the one-year and two-year MBAA programs require 53 total accounting related credits (32 undergraduate accounting credits and 21 graduate accounting credits) and 24 business related total credits in the MBA program.


This program will be renamed and revised pending approval of #85388:

 

The Accountancy Master of Business Administration (A-MBA) is a one-year graduate program for students with an undergraduate degree in accounting. It allows accounting students to receive an undergraduate degree and an MBA degree during their five years of university study required to become a CPA. As an integrated program, the A-MBA is designed to allow students the opportunity to plan early enough in their accounting education program to enable them to receive both an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree. The A-MBA is also designed to accommodate postbaccalaureate students wishing to prepare for accounting careers by completing a two-year plan of study.

Summary of Programs in Accountancy

Both the one-year and two-year MBAA programs require 59 total accounting related credits (36 undergraduate accounting credits and 23 graduate accounting credits) and 24 business related total credits in the MBA program.

A-MBA Admission Requirements

The admission requirements for the MBA program also apply for admission to the A-MBA (see http://business.oregonstate.edu/mba/admissions/requirements). In addition:


A-MBA Accounting Courses


Required

An Undergraduate Accounting degree or equivalent of at least 36 quarter credits plus:
ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice I (3)
ACTG 519. Accounting Theory and Practice II (3)
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis (3)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)
BA 590. Marketing Management (3)

Any three courses from below:
ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)

Total Credits=45

 

One-Year Schedule of Courses for Students with an Undergraduate Accountancy Degree

Fall (12–16 credits)

ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)*
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)*
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)
BA 590. Marketing Management (3)

Winter (12–16 credits)

ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)*
ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice I (3)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)*
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis (3)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)

Spring (13–17 credits)

ACTG 519. Accounting Theory and Practice II (3)
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)*
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)*
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)

Footnote: * Students take three of these four electives depending upon courses taken for undergraduate credit.

 

Two-Year Schedule of Courses for Students without an Undergraduate Accountancy Degree

Year One

Fall (10 credits)

ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)*
BA 555. Practical Business Analysis (3)
BA 590. Marketing Management (3)

Winter (14 credits)

ACTG 318. External Reporting II (4)
ACTG 378. Accounting Information Management (4)
BA 531. Business Law–Technology/New Ventures (3)
BA 540. Corporate Finance (3)

Spring (15 credits)

ACTG 319. External Reporting III (4)
ACTG 321. Cost Management I (4)
BA 561. Supply Chain Management (3)
Elective (4)

Year Two

Fall (14 credits)

ACTG 516. Accounting Research and Analysis (3)
ACTG 527. Assurance and Attestation Services (4)
BA 562. Managing Projects (3)
Elective (4)

Winter (13 credits)

ACTG 325. Introduction to Taxation (4)[Terminated fall 2014]
ACTG 518. Accounting Theory and Practice I (3)
BA 569. Advanced Strategic Management (3)
Elective (4)

Spring (10–14 credits)

ACTG 519. Accounting Theory and Practice II (3)
BA 550. Organization Leadership and Management (3)
Elective (4-8)

Electives:

*Students take three of these four electives:
ACTG 517. Advanced Accounting (4)
ACTG 520. IT Auditing (4)*
ACTG 522. Strategic Cost Management (4)
ACTG 525. Advanced Taxation (4)

Undergraduate Accounting Course Work

ACTG 317. External Reporting I (4)
ACTG 318. External Reporting II (4)
ACTG 319. External Reporting III (4)
ACTG 321. Cost Management I (4)
ACTG 325. Introduction to Taxation (4)[Terminated fall 2014]
ACTG 378. Accounting Information Management (4)
ACTG 427. Assurance and Attestation Services (4)



Major Code: 6410

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