Curriculum

150-hour Integrated BSAcc/MAcc

The 150-hour Integrated BSAcc/MAcc is traditionally a five year academic program where students graduate with their Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and Master of Accountancy degrees at the completion of 150 hours.  Student transition from undergraduate to graduate following the below curriculum.

Programs

The undergraduate portion of the 150-hour accountancy curriculum consists of 120 hours of courses normally expected to be taken during the first four years of the integrated BSAcc/MAcc program.

The most current degree requirements are included in the University of Missouri Course Catalog.

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Note students who fall under alternate catalog years should discuss with their academic advisor what course requirements are necessary.

A student's graduate coursework includes the last 30 hours of the required 150 hours. Each student must take at least 15 hours of coursework at the 8000-level as a graduate student; of these 15 hours, a minimum of 12 hours must be 8000-level accountancy courses. A graduate student must maintain a graduate GPA of at least a 3.0 to avoid being placed on probation.

The most current degree requirements are included in the University of Missouri Course Catalog.

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Graduate students may use their accountancy electives to complete an emphasis in Taxation or Assurance.  See requirements for each certificate within the University of Missouri catalog.

Graduate students will have the opportunity to participate in the International Accounting study abroad program located in London, England over winter break.  Students earn 3 credit hours by learning about international accounting standards, international business, and global culture through pre-departure coursework and the global experience.

Students should meet with an academic advisor to discuss their academic progress each semester.  Informational check sheets to be used are included below based on when a student began college.