Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business


The MBA with an accounting concentration paves the way for an exciting career in financial management, consulting, or your own business.

The MBA accounting concentration includes fundamental courses in ethics, leadership, and international business. Students may choose to customize their studies by focusing on select accounting concepts, procedures, and applications.

Elective Courses

Choose four of the following courses in order to complete an accounting concentration.

Courses (4)
ACCT 402: Issues in Financial Reporting
ACCT 404: Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 405: Accounting Theory I
ACCT 406: Accounting Theory II
ACCT 407: Taxation of Individuals
ACCT 408: Taxation of Corporations
ACCT 409: Audit and Assurance
ACCT 410: Advanced Audit and Professional Ethics
ACCT 411: Business Law and Accountants
ACCT 412: Special Topics in Accounting
ACCT 424: Managerial Accounting
ACCT 431: Tax Research
ACCT 432: State, Local and International Tax
ACCT 436: Forensic Accounting and Fraud
ACCT 437: Advanced Forensic Accounting
ACCT 439: Independent Study
LREB 445: Entrepreneurship Law