Masters of Accountancy

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is designed to develop the next generation of professional accountants. The MAcc qualifies students for entry-level positions in public accounting, industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The MAcc qualifies students to sit for the Uniform CPA Examinations in Utah and many other states, which is a necessary step in becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). It also provides a base to pursue related certifications as Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Ultimately, a MAcc can lead to a wide variety of significant leadership positions in accounting and business including controller, CFO, and CEO.  Please visit the MAcc website for application information.

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  Bachelor of Science, General Accounting Emphasis

This degree offers a balanced theoretical and applied approach to study a broad range of business and accounting disciplines. This includes business topics of marketing, finance, law, operations, and strategy. Following a study of the primary accounting disciplines of financial, managerial, audit, information systems, and tax, students can engage in a more specialized study of internal audit, management accounting, tax, or public accounting/graduate school. Students also develop important business skills in communication, critical thinking, team building, and computer applications.

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  Bachelor of Science, Internal Auditing Emphasis

The Emphasis in Internal Auditing for the Bachelor of Science in Accounting is designed to develop students' professional abilities in the areas of risk based auditing, problem solving, ethical reasoning, and communication through an engaged and experiential learning experience. The emphasis cultivates a wide variety of critical skills required to successfully compete in business including strong governance, risk management, and control competencies.

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  Associate in Science, Accounting

The Associate in Science degree provides a broad business foundation and prepares students for upper-division studies in accounting. Students receive a broad range of theoretical and applied knowledge in the areas of accounting, economics, business law, and quantitative applications.

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 Minor in Accounting

A Minor in Accounting will prepare students in any major to speak the language of business. Students will receive extensive coverage of both financial and managerial accounting, with the opportunity to pursue other accounting areas of study including: financial accounting, audit, information systems, or tax.

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 Minor in Internal Auditing

The minor in internal auditing is designed to develop students' professional abilities in the areas of risk based auditing, problem solving, ethical reasoning, and communication through an engaged and experiential learning experience. The minor cultivates a wide variety of critical skills to successfully compete in business including strong governance, risk management, and control competencies.

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 Certificate of Completion in Accounting

A certificate of completion introduces students to the knowledge and skills need to perform in a basic business environment. It includes a knowledge of basic business math, accounting, and accounting software. Skills include communication and presentation skills. This is primarily an applied certificate with a brief conceptual background in business.

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 Bachelor of Science/Arts, Integrated Studies - Accounting Emphasis

The individualized nature of the Integrated Studies degree is attractive to students with multiple interests. Students integrate course work in emphases such as biology, earth science, business, health, literature, languages, communication, philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and the arts. Emphases from computer science and information systems, accounting, technology management, and physical education are also offered as part of this degree.

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