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Master of Business Administration in the Global Economy Public Accounting Concentration
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Master of Business Administration in the Global Economy Public Accounting Concentration

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  • 1. I.  Master  of  Business  Administration  in  the  Global  Economy  (M.B.A.)   -­‐  Public  Accounting  Concentration          Program  Title:                     CIP  Code:    52.0305   Master  of  Business  Administration  in  the  Global  Economy  –  Public   Accounting  Concentration    Completion  Award:     Master  of  Business  Administration    Contact  Hours:     540     Outside  Study  Hours:  1,080    Pre-­‐requisite:       Student  must  possess  a  Bachelor  Degree  in  a  similar  field  of  study.      Semester  Credits:     36  hours    Program  Duration:     72  weeks    Cost  Per  Credit  Hour:     $299               Total  Tuition:  $10,764    Course  Materials  and  Fees:     $150     Total  Course  Materials  &  Fees:  $1,800**    Total  Cost  of  MBA  Program:  $12,564   (including  course  materials  and  fees)     Program  Description     The  Master  of  Business  Administration  in  the  Global  Economy  -­‐  Public  Accounting  Concentration   prepares  individuals  to  face  the  advanced  management  and  administrative  challenges  encountered  in   the  current  large  scale  and/or  complex  high-­‐tech  global  organizations.    In  particular,  this  concentration   provides  accounting  graduates  with  the  opportunity  to  extend  their  knowledge  base  beyond  the  basics   of  accounting,  skills  often  needed  to  become  certified  professionals  and  advance  within  an   organization.    Complementing  classes  on  accounting  and  related  subjects,  the  courses  in  the  program   are  designed  to  provide  the  student  with  superior  skills  in  online  communications,  leadership,   marketing  and  information  technology  that  are  needed  to  compete  in  the  rapidly  developing,  highly   competitive  field  of  global  business  management.       Program  Outcomes   Upon  completion  of  this  program,  the  graduate  should  be  able  to:   • Utilize  and  apply  advanced  online  communications  and  E-­‐learning  techniques.     • Demonstrate  leadership  skills  in  building  successful  organizations.   • Implement  proven  marketing  management  strategies.   • Manage  and  maintain  complex  information  systems.   • Apply  quantitative  methods  to  facilitate  accurate  decision  making.     • Measure  internal  organizational  costs  related  to  products,  projects,  quality,  lean  manufacturing   and  other  items.   • Assess  the  exposure  of  a  business  to  occupational  fraud  and  to  management  fraud.   • Conduct  detailed  tax  research  and  planning  engagements,  including  those  involving   representation  before  the  IRS.   • Articulate  several  personal  financial  management  strategies  and  techniques.   • Demonstrate  a  superior  understanding  of  business  law  and  ethics.   • Analyze  the  implications  of  synchronizing  and  harmonizing  a  global  organization.   • Develop  a  comprehensive  business  plan.                
  • 2. Potential  Employment   Upon  successfully  completing  this  program,  the  graduate  may  qualify  for  middle  to  upper  level  managerial   positions  in  accounting  and  finance,  particularly  those  requiring  the  expertise  of  a  CPA  or  similarly  certified   professional.    Graduates  will  possess  the  knowledge  and  skills  to  integrate  the  latest  and  developing   technologies,  such  as  online  communications,  global  business  and  marketing  trends,  rapidly  changing   information  technologies  and  accounting  rules,  as  well  as  the  skills  to  develop  and  evaluate  a  comprehensive   business  plan  for  a  given  organization.       Graduation  Requirements     In  order  for  students  to  successfully  complete  their  program,  all  required  materials  must  be  completed,   submitted,  and  within  the  maximum  program  duration.  Students  who  fail  to  complete  the  program  at  this  level   may  appeal  to  the  Director  of  Education  for  an  extension.  Students  must  also  complete  the  proctored  Degree   Exit  Examination  for  this  program  to  graduate.   Students  can  complete  a  course  with  a  grade  of  “C”  or  2.0,  however,  in  order  to  meet  SAP  requirements  and  be   able  to  graduate,  the  student  has  to  have  an  overall  average  of  “B”  or  3.0  out  of  4.0)  for  all  courses  and  be  able   to  complete  all  work  required  within  150%  of  the  program  duration  or  an  additional  year  of  the  published  length   whichever  is  less.       Admissions  Requirements  for  MBA:   • Application  for  Admission   • Admission  Fees  of  $50   • Bachelor  degree  in  business  or  similar  field  from  American  College  of  Technology  or  any  other   appropriately  accredited  college  or  university.  Submit  a  transcript  verifying  receipt  of  your  bachelor’s   degree  from  an  appropriately  accredited  institution.   • Submit  a  resume  demonstrating  at  least  three  years  of  significant  experience  in  business,  industry,  or  a   nonprofit  organization.   • Submit  GMAT  score  of  at  least  600  (if  no  work  experience  is  available)   • Two  letters  of  reference  from  professors,  supervisors,  or  other  suitable  qualified  personnel     ACOT  reserves  the  right  to  accept  students  on  a  conditional  basis  if  one  or  more  of  the  above  mentioned   requirements  are  not  met  upon  admission.  However,  any  deficiencies  must  be  remedied  within  four  months  from   the  program  start  date.     *  This  course  has  a  proctored  final  exam.  Please  refer  to  the  Proctored  Examination  Policy  and  Procedure  in   the  College  Catalog  or  on  the  website  at:  www.acot.edu/policies.htm     **  For  a  detailed  breakdown  and  description  of  the  course  materials,  please  refer  to  Course  Materials  under   the  Student  Services  section  of  the  catalog.     Required  Courses   First  Year  Courses   Second  Year  Courses   ACT-­‐500  Online  Communication  and  Managerial   MAC-­‐610  Taxation  Research   Productivity  Tools   MBA-­‐500  Leadership  and  Organizational  Behavior   MBA-­‐510  Marketing  Management  and  Strategy   MBA-­‐520  Management  of  Information  Technology   MBA-­‐530  Quantitative  Methods  of  Decision  Making   MBA-­‐580  Business  Law  and  Ethics   MBA-­‐590  Global  Business  Management   MAC-­‐600  Fraud  Examination     MFI-­‐620  Personal  Financial  Management   MAC-­‐630  Advanced  Cost  Management   MBA-­‐690  Business  Plan  Seminar          
  • 3. Course  Textbook  Information                            Credits   ACT-­‐500     Online  Communication  and  Managerial  Productivity  Tools     3   Prerequisites:    None   Text:   Title:  E-­‐Learning  Companion:  A  Student's  Guide  to  Online  Success,  3rd  Edition   Author(s):  Ryan  Watkins,  Michael  Corry   ISBN-­‐10:  1439082456  ISBN-­‐13:  9781439082454     Copyright:  ©2011  Published     Text:   Title:  Practical  Microsoft  Office  2010,  1st  Edition   Author(s):  June  Jamrich  Parsons,  Dan  Oja     ISBN-­‐10:  0538745959  ISBN-­‐13:  9780538745956     Copyright:  ©2011  Published     Course  Materials:     $150.00   MBA-­‐500         MBA-­‐510         MBA-­‐520         MBA-­‐530         MBA-­‐580                   Leadership  and  Organizational  Behavior         3*   Marketing  Management  and  Strategy         3   Management  of  Information  Technology         3   Quantitative  Methods  of  Decision  Making         3   Business  Law  and  Ethics       3*   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:   Title:  The  Leadership  Experience,  5th  Edition     Author:     Richard  L.  Daft     ISBN-­‐10:  143904211X    ISBN-­‐13:  9781439042113     Copyright:  ©2011  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:   Title:    MKTG,  5th  Edition       Authors:    Charles  W.  Lamb,  Joseph  F.  Hair  and  Carl  McDaniel     ISBN-­‐10:  1111528098    ISBN-­‐13:  9781111528096       Copyright:  ©2012  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:    Information  Technology  Auditing,  3rd  Edition     Author:  James  A.  Hall     ISBN-­‐10:  1439079110    ISBN-­‐13:  9781439079119     Copyright:  ©2011  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:   Title:  An  Introduction  to  Management  Science:  Quantitative  Approaches  to  Decision  Making,     Revised,  13th  Edition     Authors:  David  R.  Anderson,  Dennis  J.  Sweeney,  Thomas  A.  Williams,  Jeffrey  D.  Camm,  and  R.     Kipp  Martin     ISBN-­‐10:  1111532222    ISBN-­‐13:  9781111532222     Copyright:  ©2012  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00         Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:   Title:    Essentials  of  the  Legal  Environment,  3rd  Edition     Authors:    Roger  LeRoy  Miller,  Frank  B.  Cross  and  Gaylord  B.  Jentz   ISBN-­‐10:  0324566514   ISBN-­‐13:  9780324566512   Copyright:  ©2011  Published   Text:   Title:    Student  Guide  to  the  Sarbanes-­‐Oxley  Act,  2nd  Edition   Authors:    Robert  A.  Prentice  and  Dean  Bredeson   ISBN-­‐10:  0324827199   ISBN-­‐13:  9780324827194   Copyright:  ©2010  Published Course  Materials:     $150.00  
  • 4. MBA-­‐590     Global  Business  Management           3   MAC-­‐600     Fraud  Examination               3*   MAC-­‐610     Taxation  Research               3   MFI-­‐620     Personal  Financial  Management           3   MAC-­‐630     Advanced  Cost  Management             3*   MBA-­‐690     Business  Plan  Seminar           3                   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   Text:   Title:  GLOBAL,  1st  Edition     Authors:    Michael  Peng   ISBN-­‐10:  0324560702   ISBN-­‐13:  9780324560701     Copyright:  ©2010  Published Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    MBA-­‐540   th Text:   Title:    Fraud  Examination,  4  Edition   Authors:    W.  Steve  Albrecht,  Chad  O.  Albrecht,  Conan  C.  Albrecht  and  Mark  F.  Zimbelman   ISBN-­‐10:  0-­‐538-­‐47084-­‐4    ISBN-­‐13:  978-­‐0-­‐538-­‐47084-­‐1   Copyright:  ©2012  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    MBA-­‐540   th Text:   Title:    Federal  Tax  Research,  9  Edition   Authors:    William  A.  Raabe,  Gerald  E.  Whittenburg,  Debra  L.  Sanders  and  Roby  B.  Sawyers   ISBN-­‐10:  1-­‐111-­‐22164-­‐2    ISBN-­‐13:  978-­‐1-­‐111-­‐22164-­‐5   Copyright:  ©2012  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    ACT-­‐500   nd Text:   Title:    PFIN2  (with  Finance  CourseMate  Printed  Access  Card),  2  Edition     Authors:    Lawrence  J.  Gitman,  Michael  D.  Joehnk  and  Randall  Billingsley   ISBN-­‐10:  1111821992     ISBN-­‐13:  9781111821999   Copyright:  ©2012  Published   Course  Materials:     $150.00   Prerequisites:    MBA-­‐540   Text:   Title:    Cost  Management:  Accounting  and  Control,  6th  Edition   Authors:    Don  R.  Hansen,  Maryanne  M.  Mowen  and  Liming  Guan     ISBN-­‐10:  0324559674    ISBN-­‐13:  9780324559675       Copyright:  ©2009  Published     Prerequisites:    Successful  Completion  of  All  MBA  program  courses  other  than  MBA-­‐690   Text:   Title:    Entrepreneurship:  Ideas  in  Action,  5th  Edition     Authors:    Cynthia  L.  Greene   ISBN-­‐10:  0-­‐538-­‐49689-­‐4   ISBN-­‐13:  978-­‐0-­‐538-­‐49689-­‐6     Copyright:  ©2012  Published Course  Materials:     $150.00  

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