Accounting & Information Management

Academics 

The Haslam MAcc is a brief but rigorous program – 12 hours each in the fall and spring and 6 hours in the first summer session. For a full description of the content in required courses see the graduate course catalog.

Curriculum

Accounting Core courses for ALL concentrations: Fall Spring Summer
ACCT 507 Financial Reporting & Current Issues
ACCT 508 Business Combinations
ACCT 509 Financial Institutions
ACCT 522 Valuation I
ACCT 593  Ind. Research in Acct (CPA Prep.)
Courses for Audit & Controls concentration: Fall Spring Summer
ACCT 518 Professional Standards
ACCT 523 Valuation II
ACCT 535 Entity Taxation
INMT 543 Systems Audit Security & Controls
INMT 544 Corporate Applications
Courses for the IM (Systems) concentration: Fall Spring Summer
ACCT 518 Professional Standards
INMT 540 IT Audit, Governance & Frameworks
INMT 543 Systems Audit Security & Controls
INMT 544 Corporate Applications
INMT 548 IT Audit, Operations & Management
Courses for the Taxation concentration: Fall Spring Summer
ACCT 530 Tax Research & Procedures
ACCT 531 Tax Strategy & Entity Taxation
ACCT 532 Corporate Tax & Reorganizations
ACCT 533 Taxation of Partnerships & S Corps
ACCT 539 Multi-Jurisdictional Tax

Specializations

MAcc concentrations and their advisors: 
• Audit and Controls – Robert M. Fuller 
• Information Management – Robert M. Fuller 
• Taxation – Kenneth E. Anderson