Master of Accountancy
Fall 2019 Course Schedule

Fall Part of Term 1: Monday, August 19, 2019 - Monday, October 7, 2019

Fall Part of Term 2: Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - Monday, December 2, 2019

Fall RegularTerm: Monday, August 19, 2019 - Monday, December 2, 2019 

Final Exams for Fall Part of Term 1 & 2: Last Class Period

Final Exams for Fall Regular Term (8/19-12/2): December 4-10

 

  

 

FALL PART of TERM 1 (August 19 - October 7)

DELIVERY FORMAT COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES

Monday & Wednesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m. (on campus)

ACC 5310-Advanced Managerial Accounting & Control (CRN 40256/Instructor: Dutch Fayard) MAcc Core
  • Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in coursework in managerial accounting required, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3050.
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5310L

Monday & Wednesday:

8:05-9:15 p.m. (Hybrid)

ACC 5310L-Advanced Managerial Accounting & Control Lab (CRN 41349/Instructor: Dutch Fayard) MAcc  Core
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5310
  • 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 FA18 course schedule for these meeting dates. 

 

FALL PART of TERM 2 (October 8 - December 2)

DELIVERY FORMAT COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES

Monday & Wednesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.

(On Campus)

ACC 5470/Financial Accounting Theory & Issues (CRN 40257/Instructor: Dan Hollingsworth)                                                                     MAcc Core
  • Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in coursework in intermediate finanacial accounting required, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3000, ACC 3010, and ACC 3020.   
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5470L                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Monday & Wednesday:

8:05-9:15 p.m. (Hybrid)

ACC 5470L/Financial Accounting Theory & Issues Lab (CRN 41350/Instructor: Dan Hollingsworth)      MAcc Elective
  • Co-requisite: ACC 5470
  • 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 FA18 course schedule for these meeting dates. 

 

 

FALL REGULAR TERM (August 19 - December 2)

DELIVERY FORMAT COURSE COURSE TYPE PREREQUISITES/NOTES
Tuesday & Thursday:

2:00-3:15 p.m. 
(On Campus)

ACC 5000/Special Topics in Accounting: Data Analytics (CRN 42876/Instructor: Anne Wilkins)                

MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in UTC's ACC 3010 (Intermediate Accounting II) or in equivalent coursework. 
Tuesday & Thursday:

8:00-9:15 a.m.
(On Campus)

ACC 5070/Governmental Accounting (CRN 40781/Instructor: Greg Thibadoux)                                                  

MAcc 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.                                                                                                                       

Tuesday & Thursday:

1:40-2:55 p.m.
(On Campus)

ACC 5110/Taxation of Corporations & Partnerships (CRN 40782/Instructor: Spencer Usery)  MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in intermediate accounting & federal tax required, equivalent to UTC's ACC 3010 & ACC 3070. Students having a taxation of corporations & partnerships course at the undergraduate level are not eligible for credit in this course. 

Thursday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

ECON 5015/Economics for Managers (CRN 41412/Instructor: Sheena Murray)  MAcc 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 Ventures (CRN 42156/Instructor: Adam Wolcott) MAcc 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 5760/International Financial Management (CRN 42157/Instructor: Merita Cari)  MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisites: UTC's FIN 5820 (Financial Management)
  • Priority in course given to students admitted to MBA: Finance concentration.

Tuesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

FIN 5820/Financial Management  (CRN 40321/Instructor: Michael Long)  MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background modules in accounting, economics, & statistics or academic 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 in Management: Intro to Healthcare Management  (CRN 42345/Instructor: Deborah Mullen)  MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisite
  • *Course description not available in UTC Graduate Catalog or in UTC main class schedule. See MGT 5000/Special Topics in Management: Healthcare course description at the bottom of the page.

Tuesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

MGT 5140/Databases & Data Warehouses (CRN 40704/Instructor: Beni Asllani)  MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisite
  • Priority in course given to the following: MBA Analytics concentration students, Business Analytics Graduate Certificate students, & MAcc Forensic Analytics students

Thursday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

MGT 5190/Data Mining & Analytics (CRN 40705/Instructor: Hemant Jain)  MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisite: One semester of business 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 the following: MBA Analytics concentration students, Business Analytics Graduate Certificate students, & MAcc Forensic Analytics students

Wednesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

MGT 5250/Organizational Behavior & Leadership (CRN 41324/Instructor: Rich Allen)  MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisites

Online

MGT 5290/EEO & Risk Management (CRN 42325)/Instructor: Katherine Karl MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisites

Hybrid

Monday 5:30-8:00 p.m.

MGT 5310/Strategic Human Capital Management (CRN 42587)/Instructor: Lisa Burke-Smalley MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisites

Wednesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m.
(On Campus)

MGT 5835/Quantitative Analysis for Business (CRN 41323/Instructor: Mohammad Ahmadi)  MAcc Elective
  • Prerequisites: Successful completion of online background module in statistics 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 & international study trip

MGT5950/International Business Experience: South Africa (CRN 42331/Instructor: Katherine Karl)  MAcc Elective
  • No prerequisite
  • Includes required 10-13 day international study trip. Course doesn't meet on regular basis throughout semester so won't 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 on an extra course & speed up progress to graduation
  • Study Trip Dates: December 13-21, 2018. (This time is after FA18 final exams.) 
  • See RCOB's International Program's South Africa course web site for more information.

Tuesday:

5:30-8:00 p.m. 
(On Campus)

MKT 5000/Social Entrepreneurship (CRN 42749/Instructor: Tom Lyons)    MAcc Elective  
  • No prerequisite
  • *Course description not available in UTC Graduate Catalog or in UTC main class schedule. See MKT 5000/Special Topics in Management: Healthcare course description at the bottom of the page.

 

Online
MKT 5860/Marketing Management (CRN 41944/Instructor: TBA)  MAcc 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.

 

 

For course descriptions, see the main UTC class schedule (linked to top right hand corner of all UTC web pages) or the UTC Graduate Catalog.

 

 

*Special Topics Course Descriptions*

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

ACC 5000/Special Topics in Accounting: Data Analytics

Course Description: Covers the analysis of data as it pertains to accounting professionals. The focus includes analytic techniques for accounting and auditing decision making. Hands-on experiences will develop skills with data preparation, modeling, visualization, and analtyics to solve accounting questions. 

 

MGT 5000/Special Topics in Management: Intro to Healthcare Management

Course Description: Explores the management of complex healthcare organizations including the impact of diverse employee and professional groups on work. Readings & class discussions focus on the understanding of key management functions (planning, staffing, & organization) within mission, financial, & regulatory constraints. Course will examine these functions & current issues faced by hospitals, clinics, & other healthcare entities. Current events & cases will be used by students to apply concepts discussed in class. Course does not require previous healthcare experience. 

 

MKT 5000/Special Topics in Marketing: Social Entrepreneurship 

Course Description: "Social entrepreneurship" is the application of 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 educatin accessible to economically disadvantaged youth, etc.). This highly interactive course will explore the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the field, its practicte, and the ways in which its impacts are assessed. Case studies and examples from practice will be used to illustrate principles and stimulate discussion.