MPAc WITH TAX CONCENTRATION
The Bryant MPAc program with a tax concentration is designed for students who want to combine advanced accounting courses with additional courses in taxation. This option can be completed full-time in two semesters: Summer/Fall or Summer/Summer.
Students who complete an MPAc degree with a concentration in tax may choose to earn a dual degree by successfully completing six additional MST courses to earn a Master of Science in Taxation.
To be admitted to the Bryant MPAc program with a tax concentration you must be (or about to become) a graduate of an accredited undergraduate accounting program.
The Bryant MPAc program is a full-time program that allows students to earn a master’s degree (30 credits) in just two semesters . In addition, the Bryant MPAc may satisfy the 150 hour educational requirement for Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure.*
Required Courses (12 credits)
- TAX600 - Individual Income Taxation
- TAX605 - Sales and Exchanges of Property
- TAX610 - Corporations and Shareholders
- TAX625 - Partnership Income Tax Problems
Note: MST classes are held in the evening
Elective MPAc courses (18 credits; choose 6 from courses below)
- MPAc600 - Advanced Assurance and Professional Oversight
- MPAc605 - Corporate Governance in the 21st Century
- MPAc615 - Project Management for Accounting Leadership
- MPAc620 - Advanced Accounting Information Systems
- MPAc625 - Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
- MPAc630 - Accounting Theory
- MPAc635 - Multinational Accounting
- MPAc640 - Research and Communication
- MPAc645 - anagement Control Systems
- MPAc650 - Accounting for Income Taxes
*Students are encouraged to visit the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy website ( www.nasba.org ) for individual state exam requirements.