The Master of Accounting program has an audit and assurance focus. The degree prepares students for careers as professional accountants in financial institutions, government, industry, nonprofit organizations, and public practice. The Master of Accounting degree is a 32-credit hour program that exposes students to technical accounting topics and emphasizes professional accounting research and writing skills.
Anthropology is the study of human behavior, so to say that it is a broad field is an understatement. Anthropologists are interested in understanding the world’s diverse cultures, their prehistory, the relationships between biology and culture, and the impact of language on our perceptions of the world. The program in anthropology at WSU emphasizes “public” anthropology, meaning that anthropology students are encouraged to share anthropological perspectives and insights with the public and use anthropological theories, methods and concepts to help solve contemporary problems and issues.
Bachelors in Accounting curriculum requires study sufficient for professional practice (often at the major-level) in financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, and taxation. The curriculum also includes intermediate coursework in business law and economics, and general coverage of management theory, and business mathematics and statistics.