Online Masters of Accountancy – Program Structure
The OU Online MAcc is a 33 credit-hour program which can be completed within two years while working full-time. Accounting courses typically are 16 weeks in duration and MBA courses typically are 8 weeks in duration.
Students are required to have completed the below undergraduate accounting courses prior to taking certain online MAcc accounting courses. If such courses were not completed at an AACSB school, were completed with a grade below B and/or were completed more than eight years ago, they may be required to be re-completed at OU or another AACSB school with a grade of B or better.
- ACCT 3113 - Intermediate Accounting I
- ACCT 3123 - Intermediate Accounting II
- ACCT 3313 - Cost Accounting
- ACCT 3353 - Accounting Information Systems
- ACCT 3603 - Income Tax Accounting I
- ACCT 4543 - Auditing
All six courses are available online through the OU online MAcc program.
* Please note that some states may limit the number of online courses that may be used for CPA Exam qualification.
|Session A||Session B|
|ACCT 5113-996||Advanced Accounting||Wed|
|ACCT 5113||Advanced Accounting (cont'd)||Wed|
|ACCT 5643-996||Advanced External Auditing||Mon|
|ACCT 5643||Advanced External Auditing(cont'd)||Mon|
|ACCT 5403||Accounting Ethics|
& Professional Responsibilities
|L S 5523||Law of Commercial Transactions||Tues|
|FIN 5102||Financial Management||Tues|
|FIN 5112||Investments||Thurs 7-9 pm|
|ACCT 5553||Fraud Examination||Wed|
|ACCT 5553||Fraud Examination (cont'd)||Wed|
|ACCT 5703||Income Tax Accounting II||Mon|
|ACCT 5703||Income Tax|
|SCM 5522||Operations Management||Thurs 7-9 pm||ACCT 5353||Financial Statement Analysis|
|Tues 7-10 pm|
|MIT 5602||Management Information Systems||Thurs 7-9 pm|
|L S 5523||Law of Commercial Transactions|
|ACCT 6553||Accounting Theory|
|ACCT 6553||Accounting Theory & Research|
|MIT 5682||Business Data Analysis (2 cr/hr)||Tues|
|MIT 5682||Business Data Analysis|
|B AD 5970||Strategic Leadership Communication|
|Intersession Abroad (April-June)|
|ACCT 5023-025||Int'l Financial Statement Analysis|
Graduate business credits for CPA Exam review courses may be obtained during any session.
MAcc International Accounting Study Abroad Program
An international accounting study abroad element is an optional part of the curriculum and includes a two week, 3 credit International Financial Statement Analysis module exposing students to international business and accounting professionals. The online MAcc international experience includes an additional cost for participating students.
Online MAcc students will meet with international companies and organizations as well as the European Commission to discuss international accounting and business issues, challenges, and global reporting standards. Cultural site visits add to the student understanding of business and accounting in international cities.
In addition to course credit, an outcome of the module is an ‘International Financial Reporting Certificate’ through ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), confirming student learning of international financial reporting standards.