Plan of Study

Semester One (fall)

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A509

Career Success Skills

3.0

BUS-A514

Auditing Theory and Practice

3.0

BUS-A540

Financial Accounting Concepts

3.0

BUS-F540

The Firm in the Capital Market

1.5

BUS-G540

Managerial Economics

1.5

BUS-G570

Game Theory/Business Strategy

1.5

BUS-J540

Strategic Planning & Management Process

3.0

BUS-L521

Critical Thought and Practical Wisdom

1.5

 

Semester Two (spring)

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A505

Field Study

5.0

BUS-A517

Financial Analysis & Firm Valuation

1.5

BUS-A519

Integrative Capstone Simulation

1.0

BUS-A582

International Financial Reporting Standards

1.5

BUS-G593

International Monetary Systems & Hedging

1.5

BUS-K507

Introduction to Spreadsheet Modeling

1.5

BUS-M510

Managing the Product Offering Process

1.5

BUS-P509

Supply Chain Operations

1.5

BUS-P574

Enterprise Resource Planning

1.5

BUS-S507

Management of Information Technology

1.5

Accounting Requirements

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A562

Advanced Financial Accounting

3.0

BUS-A591

Financial Accounting Theory

1.5

BUS-A537

Corporate Taxation

1.5

BUS-Z540

Human Resources Systems & Organizational Effectiveness

2.0

 

Choose 1 of 2 of the following tax courses:

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A527

Taxes and Financial Statements

1.5

BUS-A547

Strategic Tax Planning

1.5

 

Non-Accounting Requirements

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A568

Applied Leadership, Power, Persuasion & Prof. Practice

1.5

BUS-A569

Field Consulting Project

3.0

BUS-L540

Commercial Finance Law: Creditors’ Rights

1.5

BUS-L541

Corporate Finance Law and Business Planning

1.5

BUS-L560

Ethics, Negotiation & Managing Conflict

1.5

 

Choose remaining credits from the following to reach no less than 30 credits:

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A527

Taxes and Financial Statements

1.5

BUS-A528

State & Local Taxation

1.5

BUS-A531

Taxation of Partnerships, LLCs & S Corporations

1.5

BUS-A546

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis & Valuation

1.5

BUS-A547

Strategic Tax Planning

1.5

BUS-A551

Tax Research

1.5

BUS-A557

International Tax

1.5

BUS-A564

Detecting Earnings Management

3.0

BUS-A566

IT Auditing and Internal Controls/Advanced Auditing

3.0

BUS-A570

Structuring Acquisitions: Accounting Advisory Services

1.5

BUS-A572

Forensic Accounting

3.0

BUS-A576

Strategic Cost Management

1.5

BUS-K513

Predictive Analytics/ Data Mining

1.5

BUS-S523

Enterprise Data Management

1.5

BUS-A579+

Washington Campus: Accounting and Public Policy

1.5

BUS-X502+

Deloitte Assurance Learning Lab

1.5

  1. Always check the schedule of classes to determine if and when a course is offered, as it is subject to change.
  2. +BUS-X502 (NYC) & BUS-A579 (DC) by application. Syllabi and applications available in the fall for spring 2020.
  3. 1.5 credit hour courses are typically 7-week courses (exceptions BUS-A568, BUS-X502, BUS-A579); 3.0 credit hour classes meet all semester.
  4. Course descriptions available on the GAP GATEWAY. See "Files."
  5. Questions related to course selection can be directed to the GAP advisor, Erin Allen, erina@indiana.edu.

Accounting Requirements

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A546

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis & Valuation

1.5

BUS-A562

Advanced Financial Accounting

3.0

BUS-A564

Detecting Earnings Management

3.0

BUS-A570

Structuring Acquisitions: Accounting Advisory Services

1.5

BUS-A591

Financial Accounting Theory

1.5

 

Choose 1 of the 2 following courses

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A527

Taxes and Financial Statements

1.5

BUS-A547

Strategic Tax Planning

1.5

 

Non-Accounting Requirements

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-F520

Asset Valuation & Strategy

1.5

BUS-Z540

Human Resources Systems & Organizational Effectiveness

2.0

BUS-A568

Applied Leadership, Power, Persuasion & Professional Practice

1.5

BUS-A569

Field Consulting Project

3.0

BUS-L540

Commercial Finance Law: Creditors’ Rights

1.5

BUS-L541

Corporate Finance Law and Business Planning

1.5

BUS-L560

Ethics, Negotiation & Managing Conflict

1.5

 

Choose remaining credits from the following to reach no less than 30 hours

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-F506

Commercial & Investment Banking

1.5

BUS-F507

Short-Term Financial Management

1.5

BUS-F517

Venture Capital & Entrepreneurship Finance

1.5

BUS-F519

Behavioral Finance

1.5

BUS-F525

Corporate Financial Risk Management

1.5

BUS-F526

Derivative Securities

1.5

BUS-F528

Fixed Income Investments

1.5

BUS-F529

Equity Markets

1.5

BUS-F541

Spreadsheet Modeling in Finance

1.5

BUS-F546

Corporate Financial Strategy

1.5

BUS-F548

Corporate Governance & Restructuring

1.5

BUS-A557

International Tax

1.5

BUS-F570

International Financial Markets

1.5

BUS-F571

International Corporate Finance

1.5

BUS-R510

Real Estate Investment Analysis

1.5

  1. Always check the schedule of classes to determine if/when course is offered; offerings are subject to change.
  2. 1.5 credit hour courses are typically 7-week courses; 3.0 credit hour courses meet all semester.
  3. You may NOT substitute other courses for the 6 credits of BUS-F electives.
  4. Experiential courses BUS-X502 Assurance Learning Lab and BUS-A579 Accounting & Public Policy/Washington Campus (both 1.5 credit hour courses) are open to Financial Analysis track students. However, credits would not count toward degree requirements.
  5. Questions related to course selection can be directed to the GAP advisor, Erin Allen erina@indiana.edu.

Accounting Degree / Major Maps for Undergraduate Students Pursuing Careers in Tax and Applying to the 3/2 MBA Program

Course Listing Focus on the Sequence of I-Core, Required Accounting and Finance Courses, and Tax Electives in 3/2 MBA Program

Required Courses

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A303

Communication for Accountants

1

BUS-A311

Intermediate Accounting I

3

BUS-A325

Cost Accounting

3

BUS-A329

Taxes and Decision Making

3.0

BUS-A505

Field Study

4.0

BUS-A509

Career Success Skills

1.5

BUS-A514

Auditing Theory and Practice

3.0

BUS-A517

Financial Analysis & Firm Valuation

1.5

BUS-A519

Integrative Capstone Simulation

1.0

BUS-A540

Financial Accounting Concepts

3.0

BUS-A582

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

1.5

BUS-F303

Intermediate Investments

3.0

BUS-F305

Intermediate Corporate Finance

3.0

 

Tax Elective Courses:

Course #TitleCredits

BUS-A527

Taxes and Financial Statements

1.5

BUS-A557

International Taxation I

1.5

BUS-A528

State and Local Taxation I

1.5

BUS-A531

Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations

1.5

BUS-A537

Corporate Taxation

1.5

BUS-A547

Strategic Tax Planning

1.5

BUS-A551

Tax Research

1.5

Application Deadlines

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