MAcc

Spring 2020 Schedule

TERM DATES

Spring Part of Term 1: Monday, January 6 to Monday, February 24, 2020

Spring Part of Term 2: Tuesday, February 25 to April 20, 2020

Spring Regular Term:

Monday, January 6 to Monday, April 20, 2020 

FINAL EXAM DATES 

Final Exams for Spring Part of Term 1&2: Last Class Period
Final Exams for Spring Regular Term (1/6/2020-4/20/2020): April 22 - 28

  

Note: The UTC Records Office reserves the right to make schedule changes up to the first day of class.  Refer to the Official UTC Class Schedule for the most up-to-date schedule and for course meeting location, day, time, etc.

SPRING PART of TERM 1 (Jaunary 6-February 24)

DELIVERY FORMAT DAY/TIME COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES

Campus Class (Face to Face)

Monday & Wednesday

5:30-8:00 pm

ACC 5420 Tax Research & Advanced Tax Topics 

CRN 20322

Instructor: Spencer Usrey 

MAcc 

Core

  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in coursework equivalent to UTC's ACC 3070 (Federal Tax Accounting).
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5420L

Hybrid

Monday & Wednesday

8:05-9:15 p.m.

 

ACC 5420L Tax Research & Advanced Tax Topics Lab 

CRN 28370

Instructor: Spencer Usrey

MAcc Core
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5420
  • Will meet on campus on select Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:05-9:15 p.m. Refer to the listing for this course in UTC's SP20 course schedule for these meeting dates. 

 

SPRING PART of TERM 2 (February 26-April 22)

DELIVERY FORMAT DAY/TIME COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES

Campus Class (Face to Face)

Monday & Wednesday

5:30-8:00 pm

ACC 5520 Advanced Auditing 

CRN 26378

Instructor: Anne Wilkins 

MAcc 

Core

  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in coursework  equivalent to UTC's ACC 4050 (Auditing).
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5520L

Hybrid

Monday & Wednesday

8:05-9:15 p.m.

 

ACC 5520L Advanced Auditing Lab

CRN 28371

Instructor: Anne Wilkins

MAcc Core
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5520
  • Will meet on campus on select Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:05-9:15 p.m. Refer to the listing for this course in UTC's SP20 course schedule for these meeting dates. 

 

 

 

SPRING REGULAR TERM (Jaunary 6-April 20)

DELIVERY FORMAT DAY/TIME COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES

Online

 

ACC 5070 Governmental Accounting 

CRN 21842

Instructor: Amie Haun 

MAcc General Track Elective

  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in UTC's ACC 3000 (Intermediate Accounting I) or in equivalent coursework. Students having taken a governmental accounting course at the undergraduate level are not eligible for credit in this course.

Hybrid

 

ACC 5110 Taxation of Corporations & Partnerships 

CRN 20711

Instructor: Spencer Usrey

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in intermediate accounting and federal tax required, equivalent to UTC ACC 3010 & ACC 3070. Students having a taxation of corporations & partnerships course at the undergraduate level are not eligible for credit in this course.

Campus Class (Face to Face)

Thursday

5:30-8:00 pm

 

ECON 5015 Economics for Managers

CRN 22510

Instructor: Caleb Watkins

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background module in economics or academic advisor approval based on academic record is required
  • Note: Above perequisites equivalent to grades of C or better in the following undergraduate business courses: Macroeconomics & Microeconomics.

Online

 

ETR 5880 Entrepreneurship & New Venture

CRN 21900

Instructor: Adam Wolcott

MAcc General Track Elective

 

  • Prerequisites: Minimum grade of C in all of the following courses: FIN 5820 (Financial Management) & MKT 5860 (Marketing Management) - email your advisor if you qualify but receive a prerequisite error.
Online  

FIN 5460 Investments 

CRN 21438

Instructor: D. Michael Long

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: FIN 5820
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to MBA: Finance concentration.
Campus Class (Face to Face)

Thursday

5:30-8:00 pm

FIN 5820 Financial Management 

CRN 20083

Instructor: D. Michael Long

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background modules in accounting, economics, & statistics or academic advisor approval based on academic record is required.
  • Note: Above prerequisites equivalent to grades of C or better in the following undergraduate business courses: Macroeconomics & Microeconomics, Principles Accounting I: Financial Accounting, Business Statistics I or Introductory Statistics

Online

 

MGT 5000 Special Topics: Healthcare Management 

CRN 22581

Instructor: Deborah Mullen

MAcc General Track Elective
  •  No Prerequisites.

Online

 

MGT 5140 Databases & Data Warehouses 

CRN 22582

Instructor: Kelly McNamara

MAcc Forensic Track Elective
  •  No Prerequisites.
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to MBA: Analytics concentration, Business Analytics Graduate Certificate program, MS Data Analytics program, and MAcc Forensic Analytics program. 

Online

 

MGT 5180 Prescriptive Analytics

CRN 22583

Instructor: Kelly McNamara

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in MGT 5140 or MGT 5810
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to Business Analytics Graduate Certificate program & MS Data Analytics program. 
Online  

MGT 5190 Data Mining & Analytics 

CRN 22584

Instructor: Kelly McNamara

MAcc Forensic Track Elective
  • Prerequisite: One semester of business statistics  or introductory statistics with a C or better or at least 80% on Statistics module or MGT 5835 (Quantitative Analysis for Business).
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to MBA: Analytics concentration, Business Analytics Graduate Certificate program, MS Data Analytics program, and MAcc Forensic Analytics program. 
Campus Class (Face to Face)

Tuesday

5:30-8:00 pm

MGT 5200 Advanced Data Analytics 

CRN 20646

Instructor: Hemant Jain

MAcc Forensics Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in MGT 5190
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to MBA: Analytics concentration, Business Analytics Graduate Certificate program, MS Data Analytics program, and MAcc Forensic Analytics program.    
Campus Class (Face to Face)

Wednesday

5:30-8:00 pm

MGT 5250 Organizational Behavior & Leadership 

CRN 21189

Instructor: Rich Allen

MAcc General Track Elective
  • No Prerequisites
Online  

MGT 5260 Business Leadership 

CRN 21998

Instructor: Mark Mendenhall

MAcc General Track Elective
  • No Prerequisites
Campus Class (Face to Face)

Wednesday

5:30-8:00 pm

MGT 5835 Quantitative Decision Analysis for Business 

CRN 21298

Instructor: Mohammad Ahmadi

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background module in statistics; grade of C or better in UTC MGT 2110, MATH 2100 or equivalent; or academic advisor approval based on academic record is required.
  • Note: Above prerequisite equivalent to grade of C or better in the following undergraduate business courses: Business Statistics I or Introductory Statistics
  Limited course meetings during semester & international study trip after semester ends

MGT 5950 International Business Experience: Balkans 

CRN 21304

Instructor: Beni Asllani

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Includes required 10-13 day international study trip. Course does not meet on regular basis throughout semester so will not interfere with other course meeting days/times. Extra study-trip related costs apply. Scholarships available for eligible students & financial aid may be used towards costs of study trip and course. This course often allows students to take an extra course resulting in expedited progress towards graduation.
  • Study Trip Dates: May 3-17, 2020 
  • See COB Balkans course web site for more information
  Limited course meetings during semester & international study trip after semester ends

MGT 5950 International Business Experience: Germany

CRN 21305

Instructor: Michael Jones

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Includes required 10-13 day international study trip. Course does not meet on regular basis throughout semester so will not interfere with other course meeting days/times. Extra study-trip related costs apply. Scholarships available for eligible students & financial aid may be used towards costs of study trip and course. This course often allows students to take an extra course resulting in expedited progress towards graduation.
  • Study Trip Dates: Tentatively set for May 3-16, 2020  
  • See COB Germany course web site for more information
  Limited course meetings during semester & international study trip after semester ends

MGT 5950 International Business Experience: China

CRN 22814

Instructor: Katherine Karl

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Includes required 10-13 day international study trip. Course does not meet on regular basis throughout semester so will not interfere with other course meeting days/times. Extra study-trip related costs apply. Scholarships available for eligible students & financial aid may be used towards costs of study trip and course. This course often allows students to take an extra course resulting in expedited progress towards graduation.
  • Study Trip Dates: Tentatively set for May 3-15, 2020  
  • See COB China course web site for more information
Online   

MKT 5000R Special Topics: Marketing Analytics 

CRN 22588

Instructor: Ayse Ozturk

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Required Prerequisites: Proficiency in Microsoft Excel (Excel will not be taught by the professor) and a grade of C or better in undergraduate Statistics I course (or equivalent or 80% score in final exam of Statistics Module).
  • Preferred Prerequisites: Completion of MGT/PMBA 5860 Marketing Management or undergraduate principles of marketing course (with a grade of C or better) or advisor’s approval.
  • Note: This course's complete description is not available in UTC's main class schedule. Refer to the description at the bottom of this page.
Online  

MKT 5000R Special Topics: Social Entrepreneurship 

CRN 21918

Instructor: Tom Lyons

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Note: This course's complete description is not available in UTC's main class schedule. Refer to the description at the bottom of this page.
Online

 

 

MKT 5860 Marketing Management  

CRN 21597

Instructor: Ayse Ozturik

MAcc General Track Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background module in economics; or grade of C or better in UTC ECON 1010 and ECON 1020 or equivalent; or, academic advisor approval based on academic record is required.

 

 For course descriptions, see the main UTC Class Schedule or the UTC Graduate Catalog.

* Special Topics Course Descriptions *

(not available in UTC Graduate Catalog or through UTC main class schedule)

 

MKT 5000R Special Topics: Marketing Analytics

Course Description: Marketing Analytics is the application of data science to marketing decision making. This course explores customer data analysis methods and their theoretical foundations to help students acquire analytic skills that can be applied to real world marketing problems. Topics covered include scoring models, marketing mix models, cluster analysis, factor analysis, conjoint analysis, web analytics (content and sentiment analysis), A/B testing, experimentation and data visualization.  This will be will be a hands-on analytics course with a variety of conceptual and methodological content.  Software used includes Excel and R (RStudio and Radiant).  Required Prerequisites: proficiency in Microsoft Excel (Excel will not be taught by the professor), and a grade of C or better in undergraduate Statistics I course or equivalent or 80% score in final exam of Statistics Module; Preferred Prerequisites: completion of MGT/PMBA 5860 Marketing Management or undergraduate principles of marketing course (with a grade of C or better) or advisor’s approval.

 

MKT 5000R Special Topics: Social Entrepreneurship

Course Description: “Social entrepreneurship” is the application of the mindset, tools, techniques, and skills of business entrepreneurship and the power of markets to the pursuit of a social mission (e.g., providing affordable housing to low income households, feeding the hungry, making a college education accessible to economically disadvantaged youth, etc.).  This highly interactive course will explore the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the field, its practice, and the ways in which its impacts are assessed. Case studies and examples from practice will be used to illustrate principles and stimulate discussion.  Prerequisites: none.