Sprott School of Business
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This section presents the requirements for programs in:
Master of Accounting (6.0 credits)
|1. 4.75 credits in compulsory courses:||4.75|
ACCT 5120 [0.5]
ACCT 5121 [0.5]
|Advanced Concepts II|
ACCT 5123 [0.5]
ACCT 5125 [0.5]
ACCT 5127 [0.25]
ACCT 5129 [0.25]
|Professional Accounting Cases I|
ACCT 5130 [0.5]
ACCT 5131 [0.5]
ACCT 5133 [0.5]
|Advanced Integration I|
ACCT 5135 [0.5]
|Advanced Integration II|
ACCT 5137 [0.25]
|Professional Accounting Cases II|
|2. 0.25 credit in M.B.A. Elective course for M.Acc. students (to be selected from list below)||0.25|
|3. 1.0 credit in:||1.0|
ACCT 5199 [1.0]
|M.B.A. Elective Courses for M.Acc. Students|
|ACCT 5013 [0.25]||Financial Reporting and Control in Public Organizations|
|FINA 5514 [0.25]||International Finance|
|IBUS 5711 [0.25]||International Marketing and Trade|
|IBUS 5712 [0.25]||Business and Government in Emerging Economies|
|IBUS 5713 [0.25]||Doing Business in the United States|
|IBUS 5714 [0.25]||Buyer Behaviour in International Markets|
|IBUS 5715 [0.25]||Foreign Markets: Selection, Assessment and Entry Strategies|
|IBUS 5716 [0.25]||Management of International Business|
|IBUS 5721 [0.25]||Regional and Global Business Strategies Concentration Integration|
|ITIS 5401 [0.25]||Managing Information Systems in Organizations|
|ITIS 5403 [0.25]||ICT for Development|
|MGMT 5111 [0.25]||Conflict and Negotiation|
|MGMT 5112 [0.25]||Power and Influence|
|MGMT 5113 [0.25]||Managing Teams|
|MGMT 5114 [0.25]||Managing Diversity|
|MGMT 5115 [0.25]||Leadership|
|MGMT 5116 [0.25]||Managing Performance|
|MGMT 5117 [0.25]||Knowledge Management|
|TOMS 5303 [0.25]||Managing Projects|
See the General Regulations section of this Calendar.
Guidelines for Completion
Students admitted as full-time students must normally complete their degree requirements within four terms after the date of initial registration.
A grade of B- or better is normally required in each credit counted towards the degree. However, a candidate may, with the recommendation of the School and the approval of the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs, be allowed to count a grade of C+ in 0.75 credits.
Withdrawal from the program will be required if an M.Acc. student:
- Receives a grade of lower than B- in 1.25 credits or more, or
- Fails to achieve a weighted GPA of 7.0 after completing 2.0 credits of study, or to maintain it, or
- Receives a grade lower than C+ in the same course more than once.
Applicants are expected to hold an honours bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum overall average of B-; demonstrated coverage of the CPA Competency Map at the ‘Entry’ level, and a minimum grade of C- in each of the prerequisite courses (courses that meet the Entry level requirements of the CPA Competency Map) with a minimum overall average of B+ in the prerequisite courses.
Students who hold a CPA, CMA designation and who have completed the Strategic Leadership Program, Case Examination and Board Report, may be exempted from the course ACCT 5133 Advanced Integration I, with the approval of the M.Acc. Director.
Proficiency in English is necessary to pursue graduate studies at Carleton University. See Section 3.6 of the General Regulations of this Calendar for English proficiency rules.