This blog is the second part of a blog I wrote two months ago describing all the electives I chose to take in the first session of the spring semester. During the spring semester of the Master of Accounting program, students take almost all electives so there is a lot of flexibility in their coursework. In this blog, I will explain the four classes I am taking this session and why I chose to take them. Ethical Challenges in Accounting and Business
As a Combined BSBA/MAcc student, this is my fourth year at Ohio State. During that time, I attended multiple football games a year but never once attended a basketball game. As February came to an end and March Madness loomed ahead, I knew I needed to attend a game soon if I ever wanted to participate in the OSU basketball tradition while a student. Ohio State's earlier game against Iowa was canceled due to COVID, so general admission student tickets were available to purchase online for only $10. I got a ticket, rounded up some friends, and made my way to the Schottenstein Center.
One of the most exciting parts of the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program is all the elective options for the second semester. There is only one 2.5 credit hour class required as part of the general program during the semester, with the rest being up to each student's choice. In this blog post, I will walk through the elective choices I made for the first session of classes. Keep an eye out for another blog post during the second session about those classes. Tax 2
During the Master of Accounting program, you spend most of your time in Gerlach Hall. Most days you might only have a small break between class, work, and group projects to grab food so I am going to walk you through some of my favorite places to grab food on and near campus. KSA Cafe
Like most Ohio State students, my absolute favorite part of the fall is watching Ohio State football, and there is no better place to watch it than in the Shoe surrounded by 100,000 other fans. As a combined student, this is my fourth football season as a student but having a full year not in the stadium makes you appreciate it like it was the very first time.