MBA - Accounting

Baker College Center for Graduate Studies

Program Description

MBA - Accounting

Baker College Center for Graduate Studies

The accounting major is a program of advanced accounting classes for managers that have undergraduate degrees in accounting and want to take additional classes in subjects that are critical in their work situations. The accounting major is designed to provide a balanced broad education and an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical concepts of accounting. Students enrolling in this major must have a minimum of 16 quarter hours of undergraduate accounting. This would include at least eight hours of principles of accounting and at least four hours of intermediate accounting.

 

MAJOR CORE - 20 HOURS

BUS 630

Accounting for the Contemporary Manager4

BUS 631

Taxation4

BUS 634

Non-Profit Accounting4

BUS 635

Global Accounting4

BUS 642

Financial Accounting4

BUSINESS CORE - 33 HOURS

BUS 609

Graduate Seminar1

BUS 572

Human Resource Management4

BUS 615

Human Behavior in the Management of Organizations4

BUS 640

The Financial Environment4

BUS 650

The Economic Environment4

BUS 660

The Marketing Environment4

BUS 675

Management Information Systems4

BUS 678

Research and Statistics for Managers4

BUS 690

Strategy in a Global Environment4

QUARTER HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

53

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This course is Online
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August 2016, January 2017, May 2017
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Part time
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USA Flint, Genesee, Michigan
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