Master in Accounting - Information Systems & Control

Program Director
: Drs. Paul van Bladel CISA, CCSP

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First Year 


Course Description
MAcc Financial Accounting Theory and Standard Settings
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MAcc Accounting Analyses
To be announced

MAcc Advanced Financial Reporting
To be announced

MAcc Not for Profit Governmental Accounting
To be announced

MAcc Auditing Theory

This course covers ethics, professional responsibilities and general principles of auditing, including the following:

  • Ethics and independence including understanding and applying the AICPA Code of Conduct and the ethical and independence requirements of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), PCAOB, GAO and Department of Labor (DOL).
  • Professional skepticism including the critical assessment of evidence and the need to apply knowledge and experience to make informed decisions.
  • Nature, scope and terms of engagements including engagement preconditions.
  • Requirements for engagement documentation and communication with management or those charged with governance.
  • Understanding of audit and assurance quality on an engagement and responsibilities within a firm.

To the extent applicable, the audits of financial statements of employee benefit plans subject to ERISA are eligible for testing in each group and topic in this Area.

MAcc Advanced Auditing
To be announced

MAcc Taxation
To be announced

MAcc Business Law
To be announced

MAcc Information Systems & Controls
To be announced

Macc Information Systems & Management
To be announced

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