SUMMER STUDY ABROAD
The Master of Science in Accountancy program provides an opportunity for graduate students to study in Europe. Students may take up to six hours during selected summer sessions. The courses are conducted in London, Venice and Florence.
ACCT 570 European Origins of Modern Accountancy (3 hours credit)
A study of the development, function and integration of European financial markets and institutions.
ACCT 575 European Financial Markets (3 hours credit)
This course will trace the intellectual developments of modern accounting thought through its European origins from Renaissance Italy to the emergence of professional accounting and auditing in Great Britain. Students will explore the extant historical literature pertaining to European origins of accounting and auditing as well as visit important sites including accounting's birthplace in Venice.
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