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Master of Financial Accountabilty (MFAc)

Courses

The Program consists of nine required core courses and two electives.

Required Courses:

  • GS/FACC 6000 03 - Introduction to Accountability & Governance
  • GS/FACC 6120 03 - Corporate Responsibility & Ethics
  • GS/FACC 6140 03 Performance Measurement Systems
  • GS/FACC 6160 03 - Enterprise Risk Management
  • GS/FACC 6180 03 Research Methods and Statistical Inference
  • GS/FACC 6220 03 Corporate Governance
  • GS/FACC 6460 03 Accountability Issues in the Public and Not-For-Profit Sectors
  • GS/FACC 6620 03 Executive Compensation
  • GS/FACC 6900 03 Synthesis: Accountability & Governance

Elective Courses:

  • GS/FACC 6100 03 Advanced Techniques of Financial Analysis
  • GS/FACC 6200 03 Financial Accountability: Theory and Practice
  • GS/FACC 6240 03 Information Technology Governance Strategies
  • GS/FACC 6400 03 Earnings Management and Forensic Accounting
  • GS/FACC 6800 03 Directed Readings