Learning for graduate accounting students in the Master of Accountancy program will be advanced in a program that builds on a student’s undergraduate preparation to enhance their education to become a successful accounting professional.
The Master of Accountancy (MACCT) Learning Goals map to the College of Business and Economics learning goals and to the University of Idaho’s learning goals:
MACCT #1. Professional Accounting Knowledge - The MACCT students will acquire advanced accounting knowledge to prepare them for the accounting profession or further graduate work.
MACCT #2a Critical Thinking and Ethical Problem Solving - MACCT students will demonstrate critical thinking skills necessary for identifying and addressing complex situations in accounting-related areas including ethical dilemmas.
MACCT #2b Research Skills - MACCT students will be able to locate appropriate information, apply the rules or standards to a set of facts, and make an appropriate recommendation regarding a course of action.
MACCT #3. Communication – MACCT students will enhance their ability to effectively communicate through oral presentations and professional writing assignments.
MACCT #4. Clarify Purpose and Perspective – MACCT students will have opportunities for experiential learning, relationship development and appreciation of global perspectives.
MACCT #5. Teamwork and Collaboration – MACCT students will have opportunities to enhance their ability to interact in teams.