Master in Business Administration with a specialty in Accounting

General

Program Description

Program that develops in the student various administrative capacities. The graduate may consider the characteristics of accounting through the analysis of financial systems, the estimation of accounting methods to be used in various situations and the preparation of consolidated financial statements, among others.

Curriculum Content

Spinal component

  • ACCO 515 Managerial Accounting
  • BUSG 505 Research Techniques in Business Administration
  • ECON 530 Business Economics
  • FINA 530 Managerial Finance
  • MANA 500 Organizational Development and Behavior
  • MARK 510 Marketing Management

Specialty Component

  • ACCO 605 Taxes in Puerto Rico
  • ACCO 606 Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting
  • ACCO 627 Advance Auditing
  • ACCO 628 Advance Accounting
  • ACCO 635 Information Systems Accounting

Electives component in the specialty (select two courses)

Contribution component (track):

  • ACCO 629 Federal Taxes
  • ACCO 630 Special Issues in Taxation

Accounting component (track) for nonprofit organizations:

  • ACCO 631 Health and other Non-Profit Institutions Accounting
  • ACCO 632 Accounting for Colleges and Universities

Audit component (track):

  • ACCO 633 Internal Auditing
  • ACCO 634 Information Systems Accounting

Investigation project

  • BUSG 651 Business Research

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Sequential Curriculum

First year

First semester (includes two Part of Term)

  • ACCO 515
  • ACCO 605
  • ECON 530
  • 500 MANA

Second semester (includes two Part of Term)

  • ACCO 606
  • ACCO 628
  • ACCO 635
  • MARK 510
Second year

First semester (includes two Part of Term)

  • BUSG 505 *
  • ACCO 627
  • Elective

Second semester (includes two Part of Term)

  • BUSG 651 *
  • FINE 530
  • Elective

Important notes:

  1. The courses are taken in eight (8) weeks (Part of Term), except for the BUSG 505 and BUSG 651 courses, which will be taken in a 16-week semester.
  2. Students can enroll only twelve (12) credits per semester.
  3. The courses are not approved with a D grade, they must be approved with C or more. C-approved courses do not have to be repeated, as long as they do not affect the average. Minimum graduation average is 3 .00.

* Courses of 16 weeks (one semester). The BUSG 651 course could take more than one semester.

Last updated Mar 2020

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