The accounting department offers elective courses in the areas of financial statement analysis, financial accounting, managerial accounting, strategic business planning and taxation. A specialization in Accounting provides students with a deeper understanding of accounting reports. This includes the construction of accounting information systems, the impacts of management's reporting options, the interpretation and forecasting of financial statements and the influence of taxes on business strategies.
Faculty Advisor: Professor John Bildersee, 212-998-0027
All ACCT-GB courses apply.*
Selected courses include:
ACCT-GB.2303 An Integrated Approach to Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT-GB.2305 Taxes and Business Strategy
ACCT-GB.3108 Credit Ratings and Fixed-Income Credit Analysis
ACCT-GB.3110 A Winning Investor Relations Strategy
ACCT-GB.3150 E-Commerce: Accounting, Control and Valuation
ACCT-GB.3303 Financial Planning and Analysis
ACCT-GB.3304 Modeling Financial Statements
ACCT-GB.3310 Forensic Accounting and Financial Statement Fraud
ACCT-GB.3330 Accounting for Acquisitions, Other Restructurings and Related Matters
*BSPA-GB (B10, B75, & B95) courses completed before Fall 2014 can also be applied to the Accounting Specialization.
For course descriptions, please see the Office of Records & Registration website.
For information about CPA licensure, please visit the New York State AICPA Website. The MBA program does not have a formal CPA track.
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