Fall - April 25 (Priority Deadline)
Spring - January 19 (Extended Final Deadline)
GMAT/GRE requirement has been waived for Spring 2024 and Fall 2024 applicants.
The Master of Science in Accounting consists of 30 credits (10 courses). The program is designed to provide accounting students with specialized knowledge in a critical area of accounting while also enabling students to meet the 150 credit requirement for the CPA licensure. The program also provides students with the broader perspective now emphasized by the accounting profession.
The program's advanced courses accounting and finance provide an in-depth understanding of investigative accounting. They blend knowledge of accounting information systems, accounting research, forensic accounting, and financial statement analysis to understand how to conduct detailed investigations of accounting activity and to strengthen the integrity of accounting systems. The core courses provide students with a broader understanding of the other major business disciplines (management, marketing and finance), as well as the norms of ethics and social responsibility that influence accounting decisions and outcomes.