Masters Programs in Accounting

Compare 104 Masters Programs in Accounting

Accounting

Accounting is a branch of mathematical science. It is the study of communicating financial information about a business to shareholders, managers etc. The study of accounting has been recorded to be at least seven thousand years old, and it has advanced businesses alongside with developing its own methods.

A Master in Accounting will allow you to understand and develop the necessary practical skills to use the latest financial tools, which is vital to the growth of any organization. A Master in Accounting will also provide you with the knowledge of international reporting standards, business ethics and social responsibility. Becoming a highly educated accountant will make you an important member of any management team. A Master in Accounting can lead to various job opportunities, and there is a very high employment rate among accountants.

On this page you can find Master in Accounting programs from universities around the world. Have a look at the list: perhaps your desired Master in Accounting degree is among them!

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Masters In Management Accounting And Management Control

EAE Business School
Campus Part time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona Madrid + 1 more

The Master in Management Accounting and Control is a modular structure through two different graduate programs: the Graduate Management Graduate Accounting and Management Control. [+]

Master in Management Accounting and Control

The Master in Management Accounting and Control is a modular structure through two different graduate programs: the Graduate Management Graduate Accounting and Management Control.

When running an organization in today's business ecosystem, with a globalized economy and increasingly competitive, information has become a basic factor in the decision making process. For this process can be developed efficiently is essential that the information that supports capture with total accuracy, the business reality that we face.

The accounts are presented as the best tool to capture all this financial information, and is a basic pillar when planning future strategies of the organization. The manager needs to have accurate and useful information for decision-making, and for that the accounts should be organized so that it is the hub of information and business management. ... [-]


Master of Accountancy in Financial Accounting

Rutgers Business School - Newark and New Brunswick
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Newmarket New Brunswick

Ranked among the top 40 graduate accounting programs in North America by Eduniversal, and with a curriculum endorsed by the Institute of Management Accountants, our accounting master’s program is strategically designed to help meet the career goals of recently-graduated accounting majors looking to prepare for the CPA exam and launch satisfying careers. [+]

Ranked among the top 40 graduate accounting programs in North America by Eduniversal, and with a curriculum endorsed by the Institute of Management Accountants, our accounting master’s program is strategically designed to help meet the career goals of recently-graduated accounting majors looking to prepare for the CPA exam and launch satisfying careers. The Rutgers Business School Master of Accountancy in Financial Accounting is a 30-credit, hybrid graduate accounting program that combines the best of in-person and online learning to provide optimal flexibility for both you and hiring accounting firms [-]

Master of Professional Accounting (MProfAcctg)

University of Auckland Business School
Campus Full time 18 months March 2017 New Zealand Auckland

The Master of Professional Accounting is an 18-month coursework masters degree programme designed to prepare graduates for a career in accounting. You will acquire knowledge and skills in business [+]

Masters in Accounting. The Master of Professional Accounting is an 18-month coursework masters degree programme designed to prepare graduates for a career in accounting. You will acquire knowledge and skills in business, accounting, finance, commercial law and taxation. The programme is recognised by key professional accounting bodies, including Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ formerly NZICA), CPA Australia, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Chartered Institute of Management Accountant CIMA. Career prospects With a Master of Professional Accounting you will have the skills and knowledge required to launch a career as an accountant with a chartered accountancy practice, industry or the public sector. The Master of Professional Accounting is an 18-month coursework masters degree programme designed to prepare graduates for a career in accounting. You will acquire knowledge and skills in business Degree structure The Master of Professional Accounting is an 18 month, 240-point programme studied over six quarters. You will study core business courses before continuing on to study a set of specialised Accounting courses. You will also complete four professional development modules as an important component of your degree. These will equip you with the professional skills that you will need to enhance your employability and success in the business world. Academic requirements To gain entry you will need to have completed a bachelors degree from a recognised university or learning institution with the equivalent of at least a New Zealand B average in the most advanced courses. This can be either a degree in business* or a non-business degree in a relevant discipline such as the arts, engineering, technology, or science. In assessing your application we will take into account the ranking of the institution at which you completed your bachelors degree as well as the grades achieved in the relevant subjects. *Applicants who have completed advanced course(s) in an undergraduate degree which are considered substantially similar to courses in this programme will be required to complete substitute course(s). Advice will be provided to students on a case-by-case basis. English requirements Our Business Masters programmes are taught entirely in English. You must therefore be able to understand, speak and write English fluently. To be eligible for entrance, international students must achieve: - Academic IELTS 6.5, with no band less than 6.0, or; - TOEFL (paper-based) 575 (TWE 4.5), or; - TOEFL (internet-based) 90 (written 21), or; - Foundation Certificate in English for Academic Purposes (FCertEAP) B-. [-]

Master in Accounting and Auditing

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) School of Economics and Business
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Lithuania Kaunas

A student gains comprehensive knowledge of accounting and audit, is able to recognize conceptual problems of accounting and audit, to deal with problems of consolidation of accounting, control of enterprise performance ensuring true and fair view of financial reporting and reducing asymmetry of information in traditional and network based organizations, to reason methodology, to perform applied researches and to communicate their results. [+]

A student gains comprehensive knowledge of accounting and audit, is able to recognize conceptual problems of accounting and audit, to deal with problems of consolidation of accounting, control of enterprise performance ensuring true and fair view of financial reporting and reducing asymmetry of information in traditional and network based organizations, to reason methodology, to perform applied researches and to communicate their results. [-]

Master of Accounting (Professional)

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 1,5 year January 2017 Australia North Ryde

Looking to change your career and be part of a growing profession? Macquarie University has Australia’s largest postgraduate accounting program... [+]

Master of Accounting (Professional)

Looking to change your career and be part of a growing profession? Macquarie University has Australia’s largest postgraduate accounting program and provides a pathway for university graduates in any discipline to acquire qualifications that are fully recognised by CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA).

Key features

Enables you to qualify for membership with an Australian professional accounting association Ensures you are taught by accounting academics and practitioners who are experts in their field: a number of our teaching staff also act as consultants to the ICAA and CPA Australia Offers a flexible class time for students who work full-time This degree can be combined with the Master of Commerce to give you a two year course to explore other areas of interest and qualify with an accredited accounting degree CRICOS registration is being sought for the Master of Accounting (Professional) with Master of Commerce. This program will be available for international students once CRICOS-registered ... [-]

Master's Programme in Accounting

Umeå University, Umeå School of Business and Economics
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Sweden Umeå

This Master's in Accountingprogram is given by Umeå School of Business and Economics. The goal of this program is to provide students with managerial and analytical skills and an understanding of the rules and standards governing conduct in accounting and auditing. [+]

Master's Programme in Accounting, 120 ECTS

This program is given by Umeå School of Business and Economics. The goal of this program is to provide students with managerial and analytical skills and an understanding of the rules and standards governing conduct in accounting and auditing. The program offers a thorough grounding in management accounting, financial accounting, auditing, financial statement analysis, and valuation. During the elective periods, students can expand their field of interest by studying in such areas as corporate governance or tax law. With the exception of some elective courses, the program is offered in English. Level of Education: Second degree studies.... [-]


Master Program in Business Studies - with an International Focus

Dalarna University
Campus Full time 1 year August 2017 Sweden Borlänge

The Master's in Business Studies at Dalarna University is designed for individuals who have a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (or similar field) who wish to build on their knowledge of organizations, management, marketing, and/or accounting. [+]

Masters in Accounting. “No business is an island!” Companies and organizations are not isolated entities and must be seen in a wider context where employees, suppliers, customers, public authorities and citizens affect and are affected by business operations. This gets even more complex in a globalized economy with companies that have customers, suppliers, or distributors in different markets. This Master's Programme in Business Studies explores these themes by combining theoretical classes with practical exercises based on the needs of local and international companies. Core courses focusing on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and management are combined with a student’s choice of specialisation (Accounting, Marketing or Strategic Human Resource Management). By offering a modern understanding of business while allowing you to develop a unique thesis project, this programme prepares you for entering the dynamic international job market. Why should you take this programme? Choosing your own specialization offers you the chance to tailor the programme to your professional goals. Come into close contact with regional and international companies where you will carry out your course work and the Master’s thesis. International peers and lecturers will provide strong opportunities for you to build your network and prepare yourself for a future career in international business. Who should apply to the Business Studies programme? The Master's in Business Studies at Dalarna University is designed for individuals who have a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (or similar field) who wish to build on their knowledge of organizations, management, marketing, and/or accounting. Attracting students from around the world, the programme offers participants the chance to learn about business practices and opportunities in foreign cultures and emerging markets. Documented good command of both oral and written English is required. TUITION FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS The following information is applicable only to students who are applying to Dalarna University from non-EU/EEA countries and who are not applying through an approved exchange programme. Tuition Fees In addition to paying an application fee (900 SEK), students applying from non-EU/EEA countries are required to pay tuition fees for the Business Studies programme. Total Programme Tuition Fee (Two Semesters) Students Commencing in 2013: 84 000 sek Total Per Semester: 42 000 sek Tuition fees are paid in one-semester installments. The first payment of 42 000 sek must be paid no later than June 1, 2014. This allows for reasonable processing time for a residence permit application. Scholarships There are a number of scholarships available for successful applicants to the Business Studies programme who are applying from non-EU/EEA countries. Value of Scholarships Up to 40 scholarships available that cover up to 50% of tuition fees for one year (60 credits). [-]

Master of Professional Accounting

University of Saskatchewan, Edwards School of Business
Campus Full time 2 years May 2018 Canada Saskatoon

The Master of Professional Accounting Program (MPAcc) is an innovative graduate degree program that attracts top-notch accounting students from across Canada and internationally. Created by visionary academics in response to the demand for applied, competency-based training, the program actively involves students through the use of business cases, skills workshops, and other contemporary educational techniques. [+]

A Comprehensive Education for your Diverse Future The Master of Professional Accounting Program (MPAcc) is an innovative graduate degree program that attracts top-notch accounting students from across Canada and internationally. Created by visionary academics in response to the demand for applied, competency-based training, the program actively involves students through the use of business cases, skills workshops, and other contemporary educational techniques. MPAcc provides a proven alternative route for students who are seeking the CPA designation in Canada with a first time pass rate of the Common Final Evaluation (CFE) exceeding 90%. The program also gives students an opportunity to develop an appreciation for the academic research process and academe as a career choice. Mission Statement The mission of the Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) program is to develop exceptional accounting professionals and business leaders. We bring together superior students, leading researchers, outstanding facilitators and inspiring professionals for intensive periods of study and growth. The MPAcc program is innovative, strategic, interdisciplinary, and personally transforming. Students form lasting relationships with classmates and faculty, develop both professionally and personally, and are challenged to act with integrity, objectivity and a commitment to excellence. Vision Statement The Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) program will be recognized in Canada as the premiere educational choice for outstanding students seeking to become leaders in the accounting profession. The very best undergraduate accounting students from across Canada will be attracted to this innovative, strategic, interdisciplinary, and personally transforming program. MPAcc graduates will distinguish themselves during their business careers, and shape the accounting profession. Program Overview The Master of Professional Accounting Program (MPAcc) is designed to prepare candidates for practice as future professional accountants. The program approaches the further study of accounting through an integrated examination of the environmental factors that will impact the accountant's role as an information provider, advisor, or auditor. Globalization of business, developments in information technology and electronic communication, altered organization structures and views of responsibility and accountability are some of the changes that require special attention by the professional of the future. To be successful in the new business environment and society at large, accountants must display an understanding of the myriad of forces impacting the day-to-day activities of business, government and not-for-profit organizations, and be capable of integrating information that supports a holistic view of organization decisions. The accountant of the future must also be a highly skilled individual. The curriculum of the MPAcc program has been designed to develop and enhance the skills and abilities seen as essential to the practice of professional accounting. Specifically, the development of intellectual, communication, interpersonal, organizational and professional skills is a critical component of the success of this program. Program Objectives The overall program objective is to facilitate the process of transforming a candidate with accounting and other related business knowledge into an accounting professional. Thus, the curriculum for this Master's program equips candidates to practice in an interdisciplinary and global context. The MPAcc program aims to transform candidates into accounting professionals through . . . an interdisciplinary & global focus. organizational study. advanced knowledge development. skill enhancement. research experience. professional practice exposure. In addition the program; extends the candidate's knowledge in areas of organizational study such as the business environment, financial management, strategic management, information systems, and entrepreneurship develops advanced knowledge in traditional areas of practice, such as assurance, financial reporting, and taxation. develops to a professional level the basic skills acquired in an undergraduate program. provides candidates with exposure to aspects of professional practice through various forms of interaction with the professional accounting and business community, including allowing for a period of "on site" employment. equips candidates with research skills appropriate to the task of defining, investigating, sourcing relevant data and information, analysing and preparing recommendations on the resolution of accounting related business problem. Competencies to be Developed The MPAcc program has based its success around the core competencies outlined in the CPA Competency Map. These skills have been divided between two types of competencies: Enabling Competency Areas Technical Competency Areas These two areas work together to create a professional level embodied by the CPA designation. Five Enabling Competencies Professional and Ethical Behaviour: CPAs draw on their ability to act with honesty, integrity, credibility, self-confidence, and independence while coping with ambiguity, conflicts of interest, and the need to protect the public interest. CPAs do more than adhere to the rules of professional conduct, through ethical behavior that exemplifies and enhances the reputation of the profession. Problem-Solving and Decision-Making: CPAs draw on strong analytical and problem-solving skills and their capacity for innovative and integrative thought, as well as their ability to both connect and dissect “parts” and “wholes”, identify and manage priorities, adopt a broad view to arrive at a recommended solution. Communication (both written and oral): CPAs must communicate effectively through listening, understanding, speaking, and writing with clarity and through the art of persuasion and negotiation. CPAs must be able to clearly communicate complex matters to all levels of an entity. Self-management: CPAs must demonstrate the ability to manage their own performance, solicit feedback from others, reflect and act upon it to improve behavior as well as recognize their limits and seek advice when needed. Teamwork and Leadership: CPAs have the ability to work within, build, and lead teams. They must develop competence in goal setting, planning and organization, collaboration, process management, empathy, flexibility, responding to feedback and conflict management. Six Technical Competencies Financial Reporting: Includes the role of financial reporting, the application of reporting frameworks, the reporting of routine and non-routine transactions in different circumstances, and an understanding of the role of internal control, tax, and finance in financial reporting. Strategy and Governance: Includes the role of corporate governance within an organization, as well as the formulation of strategies, the translation of those strategies into specific business objectives and actions, and their implementation. Management Accounting: Includes identifying management information needs and developing the systems required to meet those needs; planning, forecasting, budgeting, cost and revenue management for an entity, and performance measurement systems. Audit and Assurance: Includes enhancing the reliability of information through internal activities such as internal control, internal and comprehensive auditing, and through external third-party assurance services such as auditing. Finance: Includes financial analysis and planning, treasury management, capital budgeting, business valuation, and corporate finance transactions. Taxation: Includes tax compliance and reporting, and tax-planning and implementation strategies for both corporate and personal taxpayers, and an understanding of the administrative process in Canadian taxation. Admission Requirements Admission to the program requires a four-year university baccalauerate degree. Students must demonstrate their ability to pursue advanced study with a minimum 75% overall average in the last two years of undergraduate studies. International applicants please visit our International Applicants page for further details regarding applying to MPAcc. International applicants include any students who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, regardless of where your undergraduate degree was completed. Domestic applicants who completed degree requirements at international post-secondary institutions also need to have an international transcript assessment completed. Please visit our International Applicants page for more details. The following courses must be completed by the start of MPAcc, but do not need to be completed at the time of your application. 3 cr. Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3 cr. Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3 cr. Advanced Financial Accounting 3 cr. Intermediate Managerial/Cost Accounting 3 cr. Advanced Managerial/Cost Accounting 3 cr. Taxation (Corporate and Personal) 3 cr. Auditing/Assurance 6 cr. Finance (Introduction and Intermediate) 3 cr. MIS (Management Information Systems) 3 cr. Strategy and Governance 3 cr. Business Law 6 cr. Economics 3 cr. Statistics MPAcc generally follows the same admission requirements as the CA legacy education program (CASB) and the new CPA PEP program. Note: The MPAcc May 2017 session start date will be the last group of applicants who will be able to follow the CA legacy prerequisites. Those applying for MPAcc May 2018 and onward are required to follow the CPA PEP prerequisites. For a listing of the CASB and CPA PEP prerequisites, please visit your local provinces CA or CPA website. Students who have at least four months of work experience as an articling student or in a similar position will be given preference. Work experience provides a practical framework that enhances the student's ability to understand and critically assess the subject matter considered in the MPAcc program. [-]

Master in Accounting

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time 8 months September 2017 USA Fairfield

Accounting experts understand “the language of business” and can communicate critical information about the financial condition and profitability of a business. [+]

Masters in Accounting. PREPARE FOR A STRONG ACCOUNTING JOB MARKET: Accounting experts understand “the language of business” and can communicate critical information about the financial condition and profitability of a business. In the USA, experts project there will be a strong job market in years ahead due to the approaching retirement of large numbers of accountants. Accountants who prepare well with a solid set of analytic skills and broad understanding of the various management functions are destined for productive careers. We teach some undergraduate courses in accounting and offer an MBA with specialization in Accounting. Many of our MBA graduates have earned CPA licenses and are working for well-known firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, BDO and KPMG. Our MBA Accounting program is adaptable to everyone. No matter what your prior experience or education in business or accounting, we have an opportunity for you. Choose which of the three tracks that best describes your background. Accounting Specialization Courses MGT 5150 Financial Accounting (4 credits) MGT 5160 Managerial Accounting (4 credits) MGT 5141 Intermediate Accounting I (4 credits) MGT 5142 Intermediate Accounting II (4 credits) MGT 5152 Auditing for Financial Accountants – CPA Review (4 credits) MGT 5131 Taxation (2 credits) MGT 5852 Lean Accounting Transformation (2 credits) MGT 5859 US and International Accounting Practices (2 credits) any of the three additional CPA Review or two CMA Review courses The MBA for Accounting Professionals program addresses the needs of established accounting professionals who want to deepen their professional knowledge and experience. This program requires two or more years of recent full-time work experience in accounting or a related field, and a strong financial accounting academic background (three or more courses). Oracle and SAP experience is a plus but not required. Students study on campus for 8 months (32 credits) and then apply their MBA skills to real-life situations in the workplace for up to 2 years during the curricular practical training (CPT) portion of the Accounting Professionals program. MUM may offer a student loan to cover part of the program costs to applicants who fully meet the qualification requirements. The entire program is 2.5 years in length. [-]

Master of Accountancy (Mac)

Golden Gate University
Campus or Online Full time Part time 1 - 4 years September 2017 USA San Francisco USA Online + 2 more

A comprehensive graduate degree designed to prepare students for a career as a CPA or CMA certified accountant. The Master of Accountancy (MAc) degree program is intended to meet the needs of both career-changers and current accounting professionals who wish to further develop their expertise. For many students, the MAc will satisfy the education requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination. [+]

Master of Accountancy (Mac) A comprehensive graduate degree designed to prepare students for a career as a CPA or CMA certified accountant. The Master of Accountancy (MAc) degree program is intended to meet the needs of both career-changers and current accounting professionals who wish to further develop their expertise. For many students, the MAc will satisfy the education requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination. Students may pursue the MAc in-person -- part-time during the evening or full-time during the day -- or online at their own pace. The full-time day MAc is an intensive cohort? program that allows students to complete the degree in as little as 12 months, and provides extensive support for securing employment after graduation. Job support activities run concurrently with course work. The Accounting Career Fair is held yearly in late September, after which public accounting firms, government agencies, and corporations compete for candidates. Online students will be invited to our San Francisco campus to take part in this weekend of professional development and networking with top firms. STUDENT TESTIMONIALS PROGRAM FORMATS Earn the MAc degree on campus or online -- at your own pace or on a fixed schedule with a group of peers. - COHORT NON-COHORT Course Delivery in-person in-person and / or online Pace fixed schedule self-paced Course Load full-time part- or full-time Completion Time 12 months 2 - 4 years Enrollment fixed start term (July) start any term LEARNING OUTCOMES Graduates of the master of accountancy program will demonstrate: The ability to identify accounting issues, research and effectively communicate the results in writing. The ability to identify accounting issues, research and effectively communicate the results orally. Knowledge and understanding of a diverse range of subjects relevant to a future career as an accountant. A nonexhaustive list of topics includes financial accounting principles and doctrines, auditing, internal controls, accounting information systems, managerial accounting, fraud examination, taxation, business law, economics, finance, international business, forensic accounting and data analysis techniques. An understanding of the business, legal, professional and ethical context for a career as a professional accountant, and will be able to identify and appropriately act when ethical dilemmas are encountered in the activities of a professional accountant. INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES All students are encouraged to participate in an internship for experience and course credit. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Master of Accountancy program requires 45 units of graduate coursework beyond proficiency courses (which depends on each student's background but can range from 0 - 12 units in math, economics, and finance). The core courses make up 33 units and 12 units in either the general, forensic, or taxation concentrations. Students may be admitted to advanced program courses before the completion of the foundation program, but must complete the foundation by the time 12 units have been earned in the advanced program. Cohort Program Admission Requirements [-]

Master in Financial and Management Accounting

University of Oulu
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Finland Oulu

In the world of international business, there is a growing need in financial and management accounting for professionals, who meet the requirements set by the firms operating in a global business environment. Department of Accounting and Finance at the Oulu Business School organizes a full two-year Master's programme in Financial and Management Accounting (FMA) that will give students the required skills and knowledge to work in firms having business relationships and operations in different countries. [+]

Masters in Accounting. Master in Financial and Management Accounting In the world of international business, there is a growing need in financial and management accounting for professionals, who meet the requirements set by the firms operating in a global business environment. Department of Accounting and Finance at the Oulu Business School organizes a full two-year Master's programme in Financial and Management Accounting (FMA) that will give students the required skills and knowledge to work in firms having business relationships and operations in different countries. Financial and Management Accounting Financial accounting investigates the information and reporting systems of firms that are used by various interest parties outside of the firm. Management accounting develops and investigates information and reporting systems needed in the decision-making inside the firm. Scientific research in financial and management accounting focuses on the usefulness of the information provided by these reporting systems in different decision making contexts including the firm valuation, performance evaluation, pricing of the products of the firm, among others. A recent trend in financial and management accounting is the integration of local reporting systems towards the common international financial reporting system. Master's Programme Master's Programme in Financial and Management Accounting (FMA) provides a Master's degree of a high international standard and is ideal for applicants with a background in business studies, social sciences, education, natural sciences, mathematics or engineering. During the programme, the students develop proficiency in the analysis of accounting information, for the needs both of a company's internal decision-making and of the investors. Course modules reflect a recent trend in accounting towards the adoption of international financial reporting system and the growing need for management control and accounting of internationalised firms. Graduates have acquired the skills and knowledge needed in working for leading multinational corporations, audit firms or financial services industry. The programme also provides students with a solid foundation for further scientific research. Why Choose Oulu? ... [-]

MRes Business Administration

GIMPA Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Ghana Accra

The MRes is a research-based degree that prepares graduates for academic careers in various functional areas of business at tertiary institutions and in the research departments of organizations. The programme emphasizes the development of skills in understanding theory, the research process and methodology. [+]

If you are looking for: A Master’s degree in business with world-class credentials Global faculty with latest knowledge in leadership and management The best set of PhD-qualified Lecturers in any business school in Ghana A strong link between classroom learning and the practice of global business To raise your management and leadership skills to the highest global standard Then GIMPA is your perfect match. The MRes is a research-based degree that prepares graduates for academic careers in various functional areas of business at tertiary institutions and in the research departments of organizations. The programme emphasizes the development of skills in understanding theory, the research process and methodology. Graduates of the program are expected to make contributions to the advancement of knowledge of business practices through research, teaching and consulting. It is also designed for those interested in acquiring a doctoral degree in the future. The curriculum is intended to provide graduates with a broad perspective of business plus an in-depth exposure to a specific business content area and research methods. Programme Content Required (Core) Course(s): MSCO 700 Quantitative Methods (6Cr)* (Pre-Program) *May be waived for students with quantitative based first or second degrees GMBA 601 Managing Organizations (3cr) GMBA 602 Business Economics (3cr) GMBA 603 Accounting for Decision Making (3cr) GMBA 606 Marketing Management (3cr) GMBA 607 Managing Operations (3cr) GMBA 609 Managerial Finance (3cr) Research Tools (9 Credits) MSCO 800 Foundations of Social Science Research (3cr)* MSCO 801 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences (3cr) OR MSCO 802 Research Methods in Accounting and Finance (3cr) MSCO 804 Econometrics (3cr) OR MSCO 806 Measurement Theory and Data Analysis (3cr) *Required of all students Area of Specialization/Elective Courses: (12 credits) Accounting MSAC 900 Financial Accounting Theory 1 (3cr) MSAC 901 Management Accounting Theory 2 (3cr) MSAC 902 Special Topics in Accounting (6cr) Finance MSFI 910 Corporate Finance Theory & Research (3cr) MSFI 911 Investment Theory & Research (3cr) MSFI 912 Special Topics in Finance (6cr) Management MSMG 920 Theory in Organizational Behavior (3cr) MSMG 921 Organization Theory (3cr) MSMG 922 Special Topics in Management (6cr) Marketing MSMK 930 Consumer Behaviour Theory and Research (3cr) MSMK 931 Theory in Marketing Strategy (3cr) MSMK 932 Special Topics in Marketing (6cr) Supply Chain Management MSOP 900 Theory of Operations Management (3cr) MSOP 901 Supply Chain Management Seminar (3cr) MSOP 902 Special Topics in Supply Chain Management (6cr) Research Component: MSTH 990 Thesis Seminar (18cr) Programme Structure The programme is run in three formats: Evenings, Weekend and Modular. Campuses in Kumasi, Takoradi and Accra may run different formats depending on student needs. The Evening programme is run over a 2-year period of 4/5 semesters. Students have classes three (3) times a week. Classes are from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm. The Modular programme is an intense learning experience based on five 3-week sessions at five-month intervals. The weekend programme is run over a two-year period of 4/5 semesters. Students have classes on Friday evenings and full day Saturday. Admission Requirements The prerequisites for admission are: Strong quantitative background and/or research orientation; 2nd Class Upper Division minimum for graduates in business, economics and other social sciences; 2nd Class Lower Division minimum for graduates in mathematics, statistics and engineering related sciences; For the program in Accounting a terminal professional qualification would be an added advantage; Demonstrated interest in teaching and research at the tertiary level; Sponsorship by a tertiary institution will be an added advantage. How to apply: Interested candidates may download the application form from our website, www.gimpa.edu.gh. The completed application form with original transcripts and certified copies of certificates should be submitted to one of our campuses. The completed application form must also be accompanied by proof of payment of the application processing fee of GHC 200.00 [US $150 for foreign students]. [-]

Master of Accounting

Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Campus Full time 2 semesters August 2017 USA Columbus

Today's accountant is expected to know more and do more than ever before. To be successful, accountants must demonstrate critical and analytical thinking, teamwork, leadership, and be effective communicators. Fisher's MAcc program gives you the tools and training to get you there. [+]

Masters in Accounting. Located in Columbus, Ohio, the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program at Fisher College of Business is ranked 14th in the nation. At Fisher, you will find a unique combination of benefits that separates the Fisher MAcc from the pack: Dedicated support from your MAcc career management team. In 2014, average starting salaries were over $51,000, with salaries ranging from $40,000 up to $75,000. A curriculum tailored to your interests. With almost 80% of your curriculum consisting of electives, you choose the best preparation for your career path. Fisher’s intentionally small size, which helps you build deeper relationships and a stronger network with fellow students, alumni, faculty and staff. This unique combination sets the Fisher MBA apart and enables our students to find the career success they desire. We’d love to chat more about your career aspirations and how a Fisher MAcc might help you reach them. Fill out the form to the right to join our mailing list and learn more about Fisher’s MAcc program. [-]

Master in Finance

East London University
Campus Full time 2 years February 2017 South Africa East London

In the era of new business, the formula for success demands more than clicking through spreadsheets or grabbing headlines from stock-market tickers. Here at the East London University, our greatest insights are born from a hands-on understanding of how finance can improve people's lives. We invite you to roll up your sleeves — and get down to business. [+]

In the era of new business, the formula for success demands more than clicking through spreadsheets or grabbing headlines from stock-market tickers. Here at the East London University, our greatest insights are born from a hands-on understanding of how finance can improve people's lives. We invite you to roll up your sleeves — and get down to business. This Postgraduate Master program will prepare you for a position in the Finance field (Analyst, Quant, Risk Management, etc.). The Master in Finance affords up-to-the minute knowledge in the most innovative areas of finance, including geopolitics, behavioral finance, risk governance, and Islamic finance. The master will also equip you with a practical and applied knowledge, as well as the additional values you will need to succeed as a financier. The master combines the academic rigor of the analysis tools with the experience of seasoned professionals. Our immersive, MS in Finance program will equip you with the foundational skills to: Identify, evaluate, and implement capital budgeting processes to maximize shareholder value Assess financial risk and proficiency, especially when future payoffs are uncertain Understand and implement asset allocation strategies and risk management procedures Leverage cutting-edge finance techniques and the resources that support them Program objectives This full-time program will put you to work with real world group projects and hands-on assignments revolving around the following 3 areas of expertise.: Financial modeling (including capital budgeting, basic statistics, and forecasting) Financial accounting and the principles underlying financial accounting and use of accounting information for decision-making Financial Markets: financial derivative securities covering options, forwards, futures, and OTC derivatives Program This 2-year Postgraduate Master’s Degree grants 120 ECTS credits distributed in 4 semesters of 15 weeks each: 96 mandatory ECTS credits (including 18 ECTS credits granted upon completion of a mandatory professional internship and 12 ECTS credits for the Master’s Thesis at the end of the program) and 24 elective ECTS credits chosen a catalog of 48 elective ECTS total. Students will have to decide between 2 minors: Financial Accounting: provides students with a thorough understanding of corporate financial accounting and reporting. This information is widely used in making investment decisions, corporate and managerial performance assessment, and valuation of firms. Students perform economics-based analysis of accounting information from the viewpoint of the users of accounting information (senior managers) rather than the preparer (the accountant). Financial Markets: gives students ideas, methods, and institutions that permit human society to manage risks and foster enterprise. Introduction to risk management and behavioral finance principles to understand the functioning of securities, options, forwards, futures, OTC derivatives as well as insurance, and banking industries. In addition to finance courses, students have the option to prepare for CFA Charter Level I, a highly respected international qualification within the finance industry. Curriculum Semesters 1 & 2 Financial Accounting Corporate finance Financial statement analysis Macro economy Financial markets Mandatory internship Semester 3 Fixed income Investment Theory Microeconomics Financial Accounting Minor Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Statement of Cash Flow and Principles of Accrual Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Financial Markets Minor Stock Market, Portfolio Diversification and Supporting Financial Institutions Insurance and banking industries - Risk and Financial Crises Semester 4 Financial statistics Quantitative financial economics International finance Financial Accounting Minor Time Value of Money, Long-Term Debt and Deferred Taxes Investments, Business Combinations and Financial Decision-Making Financial Markets Minor Options Markets Exchanges, Brokers, Dealers, Clearinghouses Master thesis Thesis Our world-class faculty members don't just teach traditional finance. They challenge you to use creativity, critical thinking, and ethical leadership to make organizations better. Understand the macro challenges that impact our world at the micro level. We invite you to join us. Technological advances and economic and political events have greatly influenced the financial industry in recent years. As the marketplace becomes increasingly complex, financial managers and analysts need an in-depth understanding of how to maximize global diversification of financial portfolios, shareholder value, and return on financial assets while managing the risk exposure to interest rate, exchange rate, and commodity fluctuation. A master’s degree in finance can help equip you with the skills you need to meet the demands of today’s marketplace. [-]

Master of Accounting (Professional)

Bond University
Campus Full time 92 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Master of Accounting (Professional) program gives students with undergraduate credentials in other fields an opportunity to gain a professional accounting qualification. [+]

Masters in Accounting. The professional program follows the same structure as the Master of Accounting program with an additional 20-week Work Integrated Learning component. Work Integrated Learning is a 45 credit point subject designed to promote and support learning, personal development and professional practice. The subject focuses on developing self-analysis and reflective learning skills, and applying theoretical solutions for practical workplace problems. [-]