MAcc Course Availability

(for students with a 2014 catalog year)

Students admitted to the 3/2 or the traditional Master of Accounting program Summer B 2014 or thereafter must declare a track (taxation, auditing, or generalist) upon admission. Course selection will vary depending upon which track is selected.

All courses are offered in the 2 credit hour modular format and are typically only offered once a year. Prerequisites are strictly enforced. Therefore, to avoid delays in graduation resulting from missing prerequisites, students are encouraged to pay careful attention to course availability listed below.

Accounting Courses

(for students with a 2014 catalog year)

Students must complete a minimum of 20 credit hours of graduate level accounting including 6 credit hours of required accounting courses (ACG 5226—Advanced Accounting, ACG 5815—Accounting Regulation, and TAX 5065—Tax Professional Research). The remaining 14 credit hours depend upon the track you have chosen.

Business Core Courses

(for students with a 2014 catalog year)

Students must complete 8 credit hours of common core courses including: BUL 5832—Commercial Law for Accountants, MAN 5246—Organizational Behavior, MAN 6724—Strategic Management, and GEB 6229—Professional Communication for Accountants. Note: Students selecting the auditing track must also complete a module from ISOM. For more information, visit the Audit Track.

Approved Business Electives

(for students with a 2014 catalog year)

The MAcc program requires the completion of 6 credits of approved elective modules. The electives are designed to enhance the student's graduate plan of study by allowing him/her to further explore an academic area of interest relating to his/her career goals. Note: A maximum of 2 credits of accounting MAcc coursework may be used towards the approved business elective requirement (providing the accounting course was not used to complete the minimum 20 accounting hours required of the student's track). Each semester, the School will post on its website a list of graduate courses that are available for the forthcoming semester that will satisfy the approved elective requirements. For courses not listed, students may submit a petition to the Fisher School requesting its approval. The petition should clearly state how the proposed course will enhance the student's program of graduate studies.


College Info

Warrington College of Business Administration
100 BRY
PO Box 117150
Gainesville, FL 32611-7150
Phone: 352.392.2397
Fax: 352.392.2086

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