The Master of Science in accounting (M.S.A.) offers students who are interested in becoming specialists an intensive, concentrated learning experience that explores the essential aspects of accounting and permits an in-depth exploration in areas of special interest.
The Seidman College of Business offers the M.S.A. for students interested in expanding or continuing their professional education in accounting. The M.S.A. program includes a minimum of 33 and maximum of 50 credits as described below:
Students will study a variety of subjects depending on their previous accounting exposure. All students will take courses in:
The M.S.A. caters to students' varied backgrounds and professional goals. The improved analytical and technical skills resulting in participation in the graduate accounting program are invaluable to those seeking career advancement and to those seeking employment in the accounting field.
“The skills I acquired through the program have prepared me to pursue different areas of accounting. The accounting faculty and staff are very helpful and dedicate themselves to the success of their students.”
“I knew that I wanted a new career, specifically in accounting. However, I was not really sure, at 51 years of age, how to make that happen. The M.S.A. program was a perfect fit. The staff and professors were extremely helpful, and the curriculum gave me the tools to accomplish my goals.”