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Student Learning Outcomes

Accountancy  (M.Acct.)


Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to: 

  1. comprehend the implications of accounting and auditing concepts to an organization’s mission
  2. identify, analyze, interpret, and use financial and nonfinancial data to solve unstructured problems in unfamiliar business contexts and exercise judgment based on comprehension of an unfocused set of facts
  3. have the ethical background necessary to function as an accounting professional
  4. demonstrate competency in locating relevant, technical accounting information; appropriately using that information to craft solutions to accounting/business problems; and effectively conceptualizing and communicating those solutions
  5. understand the role of accounting in a global economy and its link to global capital markets; develop an understanding of international accounting issues and practices and how they impact multinational enterprises; identify the special ethical issues and their implications to organizations and individuals operating in an international environment; and understand the role of international accounting and auditing standard setting organizations and their impact on multinational enterprises
  6. construct grammatically correct text; formulate logical, complete, and articulate thoughts; indicate an appropriate level of detail to support knowledge; be concise; use accurate citations; exhibit awareness of the audience and purpose of text; and make organized and articulate oral presentations