The accounting concentration of the MBA program expands students' knowledge of accounting principles and practices. It builds technical, research and communication skills and is suitable for students with little to no accounting background who are interested in the role that accounting plays in business operations.
Students in this concentration:
- Utilize relevant professional accounting technology.
- Apply fundamental concepts of accounting in various business scenarios.
- Demonstrate an understanding of how national and international changes to accounting policies impact the accounting profession.
Note: It is recommended that students seeking to become certified public accountants pursue Cal U's M.Acc. degree. For just 48 credits, students are able to earn both the M.Acc. and the MBA: Accounting degrees.
Dr. Stephanie Adam
(Additional Contact: Joshua Chicarelli)
Blended or 100% Online
Cal U's business and economics programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized accreditation body for business education supporting, celebrating and rewarding teaching excellence. The association embraces the virtues of teaching excellence and emphasizes to students that it is essential to learn.
|MBA 700 Business Foundations||3|
|MBA 710 Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis||3|
|MBA 720 Leading the Enterprise||3|
|MBA 730 Managerial Decision Making||3|
|MBA 740 Business, Government and Society||3|
|MBA 750 MBA Capstone||3|
|Course Options (Specialized Courses)|
|ACC 710 Financial Accounting||3|
|ACC 715 Advanced Federal Income Tax||3|
|ACC 720 Advanced Financial Accounting||3|
|ACC 730 Advanced Auditing||3|
|Business Electives (500-level or higher ACC, BUS, ECO, ENP, FIN, HRM, MBA, MGT, MIS or MKT)||6|