Master of Accountancy
Fall 2016 Schedule

Monday, August 22, 2016 - Monday, December 5, 2016

Final Exams: December 7-13

MAcc CORE COURSES (Offered in evenings only)
  Monday 
Evening 5:30-8:00
Tuesday
Evening 5:30-8:00
Wednesday
Evening 5:30-8:00
Thursday
Evening 5:30-8:00
COURSE  ACC 5891.0   ACC 5310.0  
TITLE Professional Accounting Certification I     Advanced Managerial Accounting & Control    
CRN 47858    41467  
INSTRUCTOR  Hollingsworth, Danny   Fayard, Louis  
PRE-REQUISITES  Must be taken in final two semesters of MAcc program & have completed the fall MAcc core courses, ACC 5310 & ACC 5470.   Grade of C or better in coursework in managerial accounting, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3050       
 NOTES
  • This is a hybrid course (mix of online work & face-to-face course meetings).
  • Current course campus meeting dates (subject to change): August 22, October 10, October 24
     
 
COURSE ACC 5470.0       
 TITLE  Financial Accounting Theory & Issues      
CRN  41468      
INSTRUCTOR Hollingsworth, Danny       
PRE-REQUISITES Grade of C or better in coursework in intermediate financial accounting, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3000, ACC 3010, ACC 3020       
         
         
 
MAcc ELECTIVE COURSES (Offered in evenings only)    
  Monday 
Evening 5:30-8:00
Tuesday
Evening 5:30-8:00
Wednesday
Evening 5:30-8:00
Thursday
Evening 5:30-8:00
COURSE  ACC 5010.01 ACC 5110.0  FIN 5000.0 MGT 5140.0 
 TITLE Advanced Accounting    Taxation of Corporations & Partnernships  Insurance Principles & Practice   Databases & Data Warehouses  
CRN  48369 45877   48340  45500 
INSTRUCTOR Trussel, John   Usery, Michael Brace, Glenn Asllani, Arben 
PRE-REQUISITES  Grade of C or better in intermediate accounting, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3000 & ACC 3010  C or better in intermediate accounting and federal tax required, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3010 & ACC 3070

 FIN 5820 or FIN 4230

Note: This course's description isn't available in the UTC main class schedule; it is included at the bottom of this page.

 NONE

Only open to MAcc students  accepted to the Forensic Analytics Track

     
 COURSE FIN 5180.0    FIN 5820.0 MGT 5840.0   MKT 5860.2 
 TITLE Financial Markets & Institutions Financial Management    Management Skills Marketing Management  
 CRN 45501  41868   41841   41656 
 INSTRUCTOR Lobo, Bento  Long, Michael  Allen, Richard     Henley, James 
 PRE-REQUISITES   FIN 5820 or course instructor approval Grade of C or better in the following: ECON 5010, MGT 5710, & ACC 5720,  or these courses' undergraduate equivalents  NONE   ECON
5010 (or undergraduate equivalents) w/C or better. 
 
COURSE MGT 5280.0   MGT 5190.0     
TITLE Employee & Labor Relations  Data Mining & Analytics    
CRN 48272  45501     
INSTRUCTOR Dawson, Gail Gupta, Ashish      
PRE-REQUISITES NONE

MGT 5710 (or undergraduate equivalents) or approval of instructor  

Only open to MAcc students  accepted to the Forensic Analytics Track

   
         
COURSE MGT 5830.0   MKT 5000.0     
TITLE Production & Operations Management   Special Topics in Marketing: Digital Marketing     
CRN  41839  48176    
INSTRUCTOR  Witt, David  TBA    
PRE-REQUISITES MGT 5710 (or undergraduate equivalents) w/grade of C or better

 MKT 5860

Note: This course's description isn't available in the UTC main class schedule; it is included at the bottom of this page.

   
         
 
 ELECTIVE COURSES (Morning & Afternoon Classes)                     
  Monday and Wednesday 
 Afternoon 2:00-3:15 p.m.
 Tuesday and Thursday 
Morning 8:00-9:15 a.m.
COURSE ACC 5010.0
ACC 5070.0
TITLE Advanced
Accounting 
Governmental
Accounting 
CRN 48368   45876 
INSTRUCTOR Trussel, John   Thibadoux, Gregory
PRE-REQUISITES Grade of C or better in intermediate accounting, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3000 & ACC 3001.   Grade of C or better in intermediate accounting, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3000.  
         
         
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE ELECTIVES (Course w/Short International Study Trip)

MGT 5000.0 (48173)- COURSE W/STUDY TRIP: Mexican Culture & Business in Mexico

Course Description:With over 112 million people, Mexico is the 11th largest economy worldwide in terms of gross domestic product and second in Latin America. This course will focus on the economic, political, and social issues surrounding Mexico’s developing market and its business relations with the United States. This course is designed to provide students with a truly real-world experience in international business and public relations, where they will gain an understanding of the Mexican culture and learn the challenges and opportunities of doing business in Mexico, firsthand. Students will also participate in business visits and discussions with Mexican business leaders and professors, while sharing in a different, and unforgettable cultural experience.


 MGT 5000.0 (48343)- COURSE W/STUDY TRIP: Spanish Culture & Business in Spain

  • Counts as Fall 2016 Course (Class will be completed between end of the summer semester and the end of August)
  • Study trip dates: TBA (Will be during the academic break between end of the 2016 second summer session & the start of the fall 2016 session.)
  • Can be used as MBA or MAcc elective
  • Additional Information (Costs, course meeting times, etc.): TBA

Course Description: TBA


 

  


 FIN 5000.0 & MKT 5000.0 (Special Topics) Course Descriptions

FIN 5000.0 (48340)- Insurance Principles & Practice

Course Description:

The course will trace the lifecycle of an insurance product- from underwriting through subrogation and salvage. Explores the fundamental principles that must be understood by insurance professionals and business leaders in any industry, all of whom will encounter issues regarding the purchase and implementation of commercial insurance during their careers and often during critical moments in those careers. 

Consequently, this course will focus primarily on P&C and other commercial insurance lines rather than life, health, disability, annuities, etc. However, many of the principles considered in the course are often applicable across product lines. The course will employ the case method to explore and extract these principles from real-life fact patterns, some of which will be drawn from the pages of regional and national media.

This course is for anyone who wishes to gain a fundamental understanding of the insurance industry, the principles that drive it, and the multiple employment and entrpreneurial opportunities that it presents. In addition, the course will highlight the often hidden role that insurance plays in a wide range of important issues from international terrorism to child-protection procedures. 

 

 MKT 5000.0 (48176)- Special Topics in Marketing: Digital Marketing

Course Description:

While the world of "digital" is constantly changing, professional marketers are constantly trying to grasp how to strategically utilize digital tools to foster consumer community, limit crisis, and ultimately solidify brands in the consumer-empowered paradigm. This course will examine the shift of power from the boardroom to the living room through media such as blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and others with the goal of evaluating platforms against the organization's marketing goals and objectives. In addition, the course material will explore the overall connection of other digital platforms such as mobile, search engine and email. This course will provide not only a theoretical basis for evaluating engagement activities but also a practical experience of the tools used by professional marketers today.