Gain real-world work experience with the potential for course credit as you pursue your master’s degree through a paid internship. More than 80 percent of MS Accounting students participate in a paid internship that connects classroom theories and concepts into applied experience. Your degree, combined with your internship experience, builds pathways to more challenging roles and senior management positions in numerous industries, both domestically and abroad.

Not all courses are offered each semester. Prerequisite course may be designated for particular courses. Please check the University of Colorado Boulder catalog for course descriptions.


  • BSLW 5120: Advanced Business Law
  • ACCT 5240: Advanced Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 5450: Taxation of Business Entities
  • ACCT 5620: Auditing and Assurance Services
  • ACCT 6620: Business Risk & Decision Analysis in Auditing
  • ACCT 6350: Current Issues in Professional Accounting


  • ACCT 5100: Oil & Gas Accounting
  • ACCT 5250: Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACCT 5540 Accounting Information Systems
  • ACCT 5550 Data Analytics for Accounting
  • ACCT 5820: Topics in Business – currently Oil & Gas Accounting
  • ACCT 5827: Social Responsibility Reporting
  • ACCT 6290: Textual Analysis in Business
  • ACCT 6780: US International Taxation

*For MS and BAM students starting fall 2019