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									                                                                                  College of Business Department of Accounting and Finance | pages 104–105


           ACC675 International Accounting and Taxation (3 hrs)
           ACC679/680/681 Special Topics (1/2/3 hrs)                                                 GRADUATE CERTIFICATE in
           ACC697/698/699 Independent Study (1/2/3 hrs)                                              Public Budget Management (PBM)
      College of Business Electives (Non-ACC)                9 hours
           Select nine hours within the College of Business.                                         See page 35 for Interdisciplinary studies listings.

Program Total ............................................................................30 hours

Note:
*Students having equivalent courses may be required to substitute other courses
 in the areas of accounting, finance, information systems, management and                            Department of Computer
 marketing, as determined by the M.S.A. director/adviser.
†Students planning to take the CPA examination must elect ACC546 and                                   Information Systems
 satisfy the state’s general business requirement.
‡You do not have to choose a track.                                                                                 Campus Address: 412 Gary M. Owen Building
                                                                                                                           Internet: www.cis.emich.edu
                                                                                                                            Telephone: 734.487.2454
                                                                                                                        E-mail: hung-lian.tang@emich.edu
COMBINED BACHELOR-
MASTER’S DEGREE in Accounting                                                                                         See pages 216 and 233 for course descriptions.
(B.B.A.-M.S.A.) (ACC)
Admission Requirements
Following are the minimal standards for the combined B.B.A and M.S.A. de-
gree program in accounting. Generally, each item should be satisfied, though
the candidate’s overall record is considered. Transfer credits and grades will be
evaluated in terms of Eastern Michigan University equivalency.
     Initial admission is dependent on:                                                              MASTER OF SCIENCE in Computer
                                                                                                                                   
          1. Completion of 90 hours of undergraduate course work including                           Information Systems (IS)
             College of Business requirements, General Education require-
                                                                                                     The M.S.I.S. program is designed for students seeking a solid background
             ments and ACC340 Intermediate Accounting;
                                                                                                     in systems analysis and design, database management systems, information
          2. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale;
                                                                                                     technology management, data communications and information systems
          3. The candidate’s written statement of personal goals; and
                                                                                                     application development. The emphasis is on the development and utili-
          4. An interview with the program adviser.
                                                                                                     zation of information systems in business.
      Admission to the graduate level requires:
                                                                                                     Program Advising
                                                                                                     For advising and additional program information, contact:
          1. Completion of 120 hours of undergraduate course work in-
             cluding course content noted under initial admission above
                                                                                                           Badie Farah, Coordinator of Advising
             and the undergraduate components (i.e., required and restricted
                                                                                                           508 Gary M. Owen Building
             electives);
                                                                                                           734.487.1098
          2. A GMAT score of 500 (must be taken during the fourth year,
             so that the candidate’s score is received before admission to the
                                                                                                     Admission Requirements
             fifth year); and
                                                                                                     Admission is granted to graduates of regionally accredited colleges and uni-
          3. Completed application and payment of fee to the Graduate School.
                                                                                                     versities whose grades and GMAT scores indicate an aptitude for advanced
                                                                                                     study in computer information systems.
    For degree requirements of the bachelor-master’s degree in ac-
counting, students must meet with the director of graduate business pro-
                                                                                                     Degree Admission
grams. 734.487.4444.
                                                                                                     Degree admission requires a GMAT score of 450 or higher and an under-
                                                                                                     graduate GPA of either 2.75 overall or 3.0 for the last half of undergraduate
                                                                                                     study.
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE in                                                                              Conditional Admission
Community Building (CBLD)                                                                            Students with an undergraduate GPA above 2.5 but below 2.75 may qual-
                                                                                                     ify for conditional admission. Such students must maintain a B (3.0) av-
See page 35 for Interdisciplinary studies listings.                                                  erage in foundation and the first 12 hours of adviser-approved core courses.
                                                                                                     Students who meet the probationary requirements will be granted regular
                                                                                                     admission.
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE in                                                                              Course Requirements
Nonprofit Management (NPMG)                                                                          Students are required to complete 18 hours or the equivalent in foundation
                                                                                                     courses and 30 hours in core, tracks, electives, capstone or thesis courses (as
See page 35 for Interdisciplinary studies listings.                                                  described below) to complete the M.S.I.S. degree.

                                                                                                     Foundation/Prerequisite Courses................................................18 hours
                                                                                                     Students must complete course work in each of the following foundation
                                                                                                     areas. Foundation requirements are met by completing the three required IS
                                                                                                     foundation courses and three business foundation courses.


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      Foundation courses completed as an undergraduate student may be
applied if deemed equivalent and completed with a grade of C or better.                                                     Department of
Waivers for courses taken subsequent to earning a bachelor’s degree will be
granted only if the course is equivalent to the one being waived was taken
at a regionally accredited four-year institution and was completed with a B
                                                                                                                             Management
or better.                                                                                                                Campus Address: 466 Gary M. Owen Building
                                                                                                                                Internet: www.mgt.emich.edu
       Required IS Foundation Courses                      9 hours                                                                Telephone: 734.487.3240
            IS502 Business Information Systems (3 hrs)                                                                          E-mail: fwagnerm@emich.edu
            IS510 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (3 hrs)
            IS520 Hardware and Software (3 hrs)                                                                                  See page 223 for course descriptions.




                                                                                                                                       
       Business Foundation Courses                         9 hours
            ACC501 Accounting Principles (3 hrs)
            FIN502 Financial Principles (3 hrs)
            MGMT505 Organizational Behavior and Business
                 Communication (3 hrs)

IS Core Courses..........................................................................15 hours
    IS606 Web Application Development (3 hrs)
    IS614 Systems Analysis and Design (3 hrs)                                                               PROFESSIONAL MASTER OF
    IS620 Data Communications and Networks (3 hrs)
    IS625 Information Systems Project Management (3 hrs)
                                                                                                            SCIENCE in Bioinformatics (BINF)
    IS645 Database Management Systems (3 hrs)                                                               See page 35 for Interdisciplinary studies listings.
Track.............................................................................................9 hours
     Select one of two tracks:
                                                                                                            MASTER OF SCIENCE in Human
              Track I: IS Application Development
                   IS610 Advanced Programming (3 hrs)
                                                                                                            Resource Management and
                   IS624 Web Servers and Systems Software (3 hrs)                                           Organizational Development
                   IS660 eBusiness Application Development (3 hrs)
              Track II: Information Technology Management
                                                                                                            (HROD)
                   IS616 Management of Information Systems Resources (3 hrs)                                Objectives
                   IS622 Information Systems Consulting (3 hrs)                                              1. To train students to plan, implement and manage change processes,
                   IS632 Global Dimensions of Information Technology (3 hrs)                                    whether working within an organization (managerial or staff sup-
                                                                                                                port) or as external consultants.
Thesis Plan/Non-Thesis Plan.......................................................6 hours                    2. To equip students to match organizational with human resource
    Select one of the following options:                                                                        needs and to implement systems related to structure, process and hu-
                                                                                                                man resources.
              Option I:                                                                                      3. To enable students to understand and apply human resource and or-
                  IS696 Systems Development Projects (3 hrs)                                                    ganizational development techniques.
                  One course from the following:                                                             4. To familiarize students with the interrelationships between the fields
                        IS650 Enterprise Resource Planning (3 hrs)                                              of human resource management and organizational development,
                        IS655 Decision Support Systems (3 hrs)                                                  and with ways to use each field to improve the other.
                        IS665 Data Warehousing and Data Mining (3 hrs)                                       5. To contribute to the knowledge base of behavioral and organizational
                        IS670 XML Technologies (3 hrs)                                                          theory and practice.
                        IS697/698/699 Independent Study (1/2/3 hrs)
                        IS695 Seminar (3 hrs)
              Option II:                                                                                    Admission Requirements
                  IS690/691/692 Master’s Thesis in Information                                              Degree Admission
                        Systems (6 hrs)                                                                     Criteria for degree admission include:
Program Total ............................................................................48 hours            1. GPA Requirement:
                                                                                                                   a. An overall undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale); or
                                                                                                                   b. A GPA of at least 3.0 for the last half of undergraduate study; or
                                                                                                                   c. A GPA of at least 3.5 in a completed master’s degree program.
                                                                                                              2. GMAT Requirement: 450 or higher.

                                                                                                            Conditional Admission
                                                                                                            Conditional admission may be granted to students who do not meet the
                                                                                                            above requirements, provided their GMAT score is at least 410. Such
                                                                                                            students must maintain a B (3.0) average in foundation courses and the
                                                                                                            first 12 hours of adviser-approved core courses. Students who meet the
                                                                                                            conditional requirements will be granted regular admission. Conditionally
                                                                                                            admitted students must have an adviser’s permission to enroll in courses.




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