The courses listed below follow the progress of a typical doctoral program in Accounting from years one through four.

Core Curriculum Requirements

ECON 500 Microeconomic Theory I Required
ECON 501 Microeconomic Theory II Required
ECON 503 Econometric Reasoning Elective
ECON 520 Probability & Statistics 
ECON 521 Econometric Methods                       (Or another statistical methods course) Required
ECON 526 Quantitative Methods    
ECON 721 Advanced Microeconometrics             (Or another statistical methods course) Required

BUS 701 Survey of Business Research Methods Required
BUS 704 Business Teaching 
BUS 710 Capital Market Research in Accounting               
BUS 711 Experimental Research in Accounting Required
BUS 724 Advanced Topics in Finance I       
BUS 712 Topics in Acctg Research I     Required
BUS 713 Advanced Topics in Acctg Research II Required
Additional research methods course 
TATTO 600 Laney Graduate School teaching course  Required
TATTO 605 Teaching Assistantship 
TATTO 610 Teaching Associateship

Most doctoral seminars are offered every other year. The sequence of courses taken by a student depends on the timing of his or her admission in the two-year cycle. The doctoral curriculum is subject to periodic review and revision.