The accounting and information systems curriculum can help you develop practical skills in high-demand fields to make you an indispensable member of any team. The curriculum makes extensive use of case studies involving real business issues, so what you learn is immediately applicable in your career.Through your coursework, you will learn how to
- Design and build an accounting information system
- Manage the financial aspects of an accounting information system
- Apply the principles of information systems management and integration to private-sector organizations served by accounting professionals
- Apply administrative and technical security controls to prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from cyber attacks on accounting data
Program Admission Requirements
You must have completed 15 credits of undergraduate accounting courses with a grade of C or better in each course before enrolling in any graduate accounting course. You can be accepted into the degree program with fewer than the required 15 credits of accounting, but you should take the remaining undergraduate accounting credits while you take the finance courses in this program.