MAcc Financial Reporting and Assurance Services Curriculum | LSU Department of Accounting

MAcc - Master of Accountancy

Financial Reporting and Assurance Services Curriculum 

Course Hours
ACCT 4022 or ACCT 4421 Advanced Accounting or Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting1 3
Tax- Students must choose one of the following:2
ACCT 7201 - Tax Aspects of Business Entities (Fall only)
ACCT 7210 - Tax Research, Planning and Business Decision Making
3
ACCT 7021 Advanced Theory of Accounts 3
ACCT 7222 Auditing Theory and Standards 3
ACCT 7401 Ethics for Professional Accountants 3
BLAW 4203 Commercial Transactions for Accountants3 3
  Upper-level (7000) Accounting elective 3
ACCT 4244 Audit Analytics4 3
Directed Elective - Student must choose one of the following two courses:
ACCT 4021     Cases in Accounting Policy 
FIN 4830          Analysis of Corporate Financial Statements
3
Total
    30
  
1 If both ACCT 4022 (Advanced Accounting) and ACCT 4421 (Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting) were taken as an undergraduate, select another upper-level (4000 or 7000) accounting course.
2 When selecting their Tax Course, students need to remember that five of the 10 courses they take (15 hours) must be at the 7000-level.
3 If BLAW 4203 (Commercial Transactions for Accountants) was taken as an undergraduate, select an upper-level (4000 or 7000) elective from the College of Business.
4 If ACCT 4244 (Audit Analytics) was taken as an undergraduate, must take ACCT 4344 (Tax Analytics).