The D'Amore-McKim Masters in Accounting program is comprised of 30 semester hours of academic credit and is approved by the Massachusetts Board of Accountancy. Students may choose a career-focused track in either Audit or Tax.  Upon selection of a track, required and elective courses are chosen towards fulfillment of the degree.

Students may receive transfer credit for a maximum of 9 credits. A minimum of 21 credits must be taken with the D'Amore-McKim School of Business.  A grade point average of 3.000 is required for graduation. The program is designed to be completed on a full-time basis, primarily summer/fall. No part-time options are currently available.

Required Courses

term course name credits
Summer One (May-June) – All Students Business Entity Taxation               3
Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Financial Reporting 3
Accounting for Foreign Currency Transactions 1
Summer Two (July-August) – All Students  Accounting Research and Communication 3

Audit Track Required Courses

term course name credits
Summer Two (July-August) – Audit Track      Corporate Government Ethics and Financial Reporting 3
  Professional Environment of the Audit and Assurance Industry 3

Tax Track Required Courses

term course name credits
Summer Two (July-August) – Tax Track     Partners and Partnerships                                                 
  Corporations and Shareholders      

Audit or Tax Courses

term course name credits
Fall (September-December) – Audit or Tax Financial Reporting for Integrated Multinational Enterprises 3
  Ethics in the Accounting Profession
  Financial Reporting for Governments and Nonprofit Entities
  Track Electives

*The curriculum is subject to change by D’Amore-McKim faculty. Please monitor for updates.
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