Accounting Concentration

Accounting MBA Concentration

The following guidelines are for students admitted to the MBA program beginning with the Summer 2007 term.

The accounting concentration consists of 15 specified hours of graduate accounting coursework.

Students who have completed a BBA with an accounting concentration or completed their BBA at the Anderson School of Management may have already taken one or more of the required courses. Students should visit with the graduate programs advisor before substituting any required coursework with any of the electives.

Accounting Concentration Checklists

Download the Accounting checklist for MBA students that is appropriate for you based on your start semester. Please use this worksheet as a guide to satisfy your graduation requirements. Check off the courses as you complete them to keep track of your progress.

Questions regarding concentration requirements should be addressed your MBA advisor or with the Accounting Faculty Concentration Advisor.

Students Admitted Prior to the Summer 2007 Term:
For students admitted prior to the Summer 2007 term, you can view your MBA curriculum guidelines here.

MBA Information Assurance Concentration

Students can pursue an Accounting concentration and combine it with a concentration in Information Assurance (IA). Because of overlapping course requirements, students pursuing an Accounting or MIS concentration can typically complete a second concentration in IA with two or three additional courses. Students intending to pursue a dual concentration need to plan their studies in advance and coordinate the plan with both concentration advisors.

Visit the Information Assurance web site for more information about the concentration or contact:

Steve Burd


Accounting Faculty Concentration Advisors

Joni Young


Craig White


Department Contact Information

Craig White