Master's in Accounting in North America

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Accounting

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Accounting is often referred to as the “language of business.” It is a process which measures a business or organization’s financial and economic activity. There are various organizations within the field of accounting that assist with this process. Some of these groups may include standard-setters, professional bodies, and accounting firms.

Spanning 23 countries, North America is continent filled with educational opportunity. Students have the opportunity to learn multiple languages and develop an understanding of vastly different cultures.

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Master of Accounting

Iowa State University College of Business
Campus Full time 2 semesters January 2017 USA Ames

The Master of Accounting program is designed to meet the needs of accountants in public or private accounting focusing on interpreting and analyzing accounting information for decision-making. This program allows undergraduate accounting majors to complete an advanced degree while pursuing the additional hours needed to meet the 150 hour requirement in most states to become a Certified Public Accountant. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. The Master of Accounting program is designed to meet the needs of accountants in public or private accounting focusing on interpreting and analyzing accounting information for decision-making. This program allows undergraduate accounting majors to complete an advanced degree while pursuing the additional hours needed to meet the 150 hour requirement in most states to become a Certified Public Accountant. Graduates comply with the Iowa Standards for Certification upon passing the Uniform Certified Public Accounting examination. Applicants to the program should have a strong academic record. Requirements for admission will generally be: GPA above a 3.25 (junior/senior GPA will be considered if better than overall) Grades of no worse than a B in all required accounting courses. Completed at least four upper division accounting courses, including Acct 387 Demonstrate strong professional communication skills through the required essays GMAT score of at least 50th percentile* GMAT writing of at least 4.5* Additional factors that will be considered are: Professional work experience including internships Leadership experience Strong references from professional work experience and faculty Convincing rationale for pursuing the degree Our Master of Accounting faculty are respected nationally and have been making a difference as editors and co-editors of the top journals in their areas of expertise. Our accounting faculty host annual training conferences for continuing education credits and provide external consulting. These external experiences provide a link for our students from the classroom to the real-world practice. This program is designed for undergraduate accounting majors. Applicants that do not have an undergraduate accounting degree will generally have to meet the same admission requirements. If you do not have an accounting degree, you will not be admitted until you have met the required prerequisites. Have more questions, please contact busgrad@iastate.edu *Applicants are generally required to complete a GMAT exam. If an applicant from Iowa State University has an undergraduate GPA in the accounting major over 3.25 in both overall GPA and at least four upper level accounting classes, and no grade lower than a B in any accounting class, the GMAT requirement will be waived. ... [-]

Master in Accounting and Business Advisory Services

Towson University - College of Business & Economics
Campus Full time August 2017 USA Towson

The Master in Accounting and Business Advisory Services is fully accredited by AACSB-International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the "gold standard" for business education. [+]

Master in Accounting and Business Advisory Services Why earn an Master in Accounting and Business Advisory Services? Take your career to a new level in one of the fastest growing fields with an M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services, a program offered jointly by Towson University and the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business. Students who enroll in the program have the opportunity to earn a degree from and be alumnus/na of both institutions. Students may take courses at Towson, UB, or online. The M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services is fully accredited by AACSB-International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the "gold standard" for business education. If you already hold a bachelor's degree in accounting from another institution, the additional specialized accounting course work will count toward the 150-hour requirement to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam in Maryland and many other states. Students with bachelor’s degrees in other fields are eligible for the program but must complete additional preparatory course work. B.S./M.S. Accelerated Accounting Program If you are a Towson University undergraduate accounting student, you may be eligible to enroll in the B.S./M.S. Accelerated Accounting Program. This 5-year program allows you to not only earn the additional 30 credits to sit for the CPA exam but you will be eligible to earn a master’s degree at the same time. It is the only AACSB accelerated program of its kind offered in Maryland. Accounting majors with a GPA of 3.0 who have scored at least a 400 on the GMAT exam may apply to the M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program in their junior year. Career Opportunities Graduates find positions as auditors, management accountants, consultants, internal auditors and other high-level roles in the public and private sector. Networking Through meetings with outside speakers, service activities and social activities, Beta Alpha Psi gives you plenty of opportunities to interact with business professionals and assists you in making the right decisions about your career. Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for financial information students and professionals. A Targeted Approach Depending on your academic interests and professional goals, you can tailor the program to fit your needs through a balance of foundational course work and electives. After gaining a solid foundation in accounting and financial management, you can focus in either applied information technology through Towson University or management information systems through University of Baltimore. Convenient late afternoon, evening and summer courses are offered. Learn from Experts Through the joint program, you will have access to talented, diverse and highly experienced faculty from Towson and UB. Faculty members work closely with students to plan a specialized course of study. Learn more about the faculty at Towson and UB. Admission Requirements The minimum requirements for admission to the joint graduate program in Accounting and Business Advisory Services at Towson University and the University of Baltimore are a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university* and a 3.00 minimum undergraduate GPA. (Students not meeting the GPA standard will be considered on an individual basis for a conditional admittance.) Admission to the program will be based on undergraduate academic performance and scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Both schools will use the same admission standards. Degree Requirements Completion of a minimum of 30 units beyond the undergraduate degree of which a minimum of 18 units should be in 600-level courses or above designed primarily for graduate students. (This is an AACSB requirement.) Students may take courses at either institution, but must take a minimum of 12 units sponsored by each institution out of the total 30-unit program. [-]

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. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. 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 Accounting and Financial Management (MAFM)

DeVry University
Campus or Online Full time 3 semesters Open Enrollment USA Pomona Fremont Sherman Oaks Chicago Manhattan + 4 more

Taught from the practitioner's perspective, our curriculum in the Master of Accounting & Financial Management (MAFM) degree program can help you master the skills necessary to break through in the world of accounting and finance. [+]

Taught from the practitioner's perspective, our curriculum in the Master of Accounting & Financial Management (MAFM) degree program can help you master the skills necessary to break through in the world of accounting and finance. The Master of Accounting and Financial Management program covers more than management coursework to provide an education that includes accounting and financial skills, with classes in managerial accounting, financial analysis, external and operational auditing, and taxation. The Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree program is available at the following locations: Chicago Loop ( Chicago, IL) New York ( Midtown Manhattan, NY)* Pomona ( Los Angeles, CA) Fremont ( San Francisco, CA) Sherman Oaks ( Los Angeles, CA) TUITION - Click Here About DeVry University. If you are looking for an undergraduate or graduate college degree program, consider DeVry University. We offer small class sizes, a year-round enrollment every 8 weeks with processing new or transfer I-20, and degree completion programs. At DeVry, you can earn a reputable degree from an accredited* university respected by top employers around the globe. Classes start every 8 weeks: January, March, May, July, September, and November DeVry University has locations across the United States, including 6 campuses specially equipped to address and service the needs of international students in their pursuit of a successful career. Chicago, IL (Loop & Campbell) Fremont, CA (San Francisco) Pomona, CA (Los Angeles) Sherman Oaks, CA (Los Angeles) New York City, NY Student life at DeVry University DeVry University offers a wide range of activities and clubs, including many professional organizations, in which students can participate. Most activities are planned by the student government or activity organization at each campus. In addition, several curriculum-related organizations, such as computer and electronics clubs, are offered, as are student-produced newspapers and special interest groups in such areas as chess, martial arts, and photography. A variety of intramural sports and field trip activities are also available. Activities and clubs vary by location. US Career Experience Program (USCEP) Would you like to earn hands on experience while attending school in the US? DeVry University’s U.S. Career Experience Program provides international students of DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management the opportunity to gain valuable on-campus work experience through a paid, part-time job. Opportunities vary my campus locations. International students may work up to 20 hours per week with the potential to earn up to $10/hour. This is an exceptional opportunity to develop in one or several of the following specialist roles: Business Development Marketing Student Services Admissions Community Outreach Students can learn more about each role description by following our LinkedIn page at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/devry-university-&-its-keller-graduate-school-of-management-international Follow us on our International Facebook page: www.facebook.com/devryintl *DeVry University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, www.hlcommission.org. Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation. In New York State, DeVry University operates as DeVry College of New York. Testimonials “DeVry’s MAFM program gave me great flexibilities and resources, so that I can pass all four sections of AICPA exams and complete my Master’s degree within a year. The Professors here are not just academics but with real industry experience and always there to support students, especially international students. Now I’m a lead senior associate at Ernst & Young, one of the largest accounting firm in the world, planning, conducting and executing audit projects for Fortune 500 companies and Russell 1000 companies. I couldn’t achieve this career advancement without DeVry MAFM degree which embedded the AICPA preparation.” – Yani Wang, China “The small-size classes offered by DeVry create a professional learning environment and also enhances interaction between Professor and student that help me a lot in adapting with new environment.” – Xuan D. Hua, Vietnam “Networking field is my passion and DeVry has provided me an amazing learning platform to pursue my dream. My advisor, Mr. Nadeem Masood is a wonderful person, and he has been assisting me since day one. He constantly looks out for me, and he is like a fatherly figure to me here. I’m sure DeVry will bring me to greater heights.” – Amudhan Tamilarasu, India “This U.S. Career Experience Program is another huge step that DeVry University has taken into the global world. I am honored to be chosen as International Student Specialist in this process and I am going to do whatever it takes to take the progress forward.” – Evrim Timur, Turkey Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended DeVry can be found at devry.edu/degree-programs/ge.html Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended Keller can be found at keller.edu/graduate-degree-programs/ge.html [-]

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 in North America 2017. 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 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 of Professional Accountancy (MPA)

West Virginia University - College of Business and Economics
Campus Full time 1 year August 2017 USA Morgantown

The MPA program at WVU is designed to prepare students to meet challenges they face in launching into a career in public accounting. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. The MPA program at WVU is designed to prepare students to meet challenges they face in launching into a career in public accounting. The structured educational experience of a graduate program broadens and deepens the student's knowledge and skills. Many states, including West Virginia, require 128 hours of formal education before taking the CPA examination and 150 credit hours to be fully certified. Earning a Masters of Professional Accountancy can help students achieve this requirement and begin their careers on solid foundation. Nationally recognized program of excellence In addition to the College's AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International accreditation, the Accounting department earned its own accreditation in 1997. This AACSB Accreditation makes WVU's Accounting department one of the top programs in the country. Fewer than 28 percent of all AACSB-accredited schools have an additional accreditation for their MPA program. Outstanding placement record The MPA program has an excellent placement record. The big four as well as many other international, national, regional, and local firms actively recruit WVU accounting graduates. Recommended Course Sequence Fall Semester courses begin in late August and Spring Semester courses in mid January. Summer session I classes begin in mid-May and are completed by June 30. Due to possible course rotations between semesters, students may start the program only in August or January. ACCT 511 Financial Accounting Theory and Practice ACCT 551 Assurance Services/Professional Standards ACCT 561 Governmental/Not for Profit Accounting ACCT 591F ADTP: Bus/Econ Decision Making ACCT 512 Mergers and Acquisitions ACCT 541 Income Taxes and Business Decisions ACCT 571 Accounting and Business Consulting ACCT 442 Income Tax Accounting 2 ACCT 521 Information Technology Auditing ACCT 556 Fraud Detection & Deterrence Admission Requirements Admission to the MPA program is determined by a committee of accounting faculty. The committee acts upon individual applications within a short period of time after receipt of the completed application. GPA and GMAT Requirements The admission committee seeks applicants who possess a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (calculated on all college courses completed or the last 60 hours); an accounting grade point average of 3.0 (calculated exclusive of principles, proctoring, internship, and independent study courses); and a total GMAT score in the 60 percentile or higher. Both full and half-time applicants must meet the requirements for admission to the MPA program. Students who possess appropriate GMAT scores and grade point averages, but do not possess a bachelor's degree in accounting, may apply for provisional MPA graduate status. Provisional students must complete the prerequisite courses before enrolling in MPA courses. Applicants with accounting undergraduate degrees must also satisfy all the prerequisite courses for the MPA program. Students receiving provisional admission to the MPA degree will meet with the MPA coordinator to develop a written plan for the completion of the prerequisite courses. After completing all prerequisite coursework the student must request a change from provisional to regular MPA status which is subject to approval by the MPA Admission Committee. Failure to satisfactorily complete the plan will result in the cancellation of the applicant's provisional MPA graduate student status. Note: No student will be admitted as a provisional graduate student without satisfying the GMAT requirement. GRE scores (Graduate Records Examination) will be accepted in lieu of GMAT scores only for applicants with GRE scores in the 70th percentile or above. Prerequisite Courses Business Finance Income Tax Accounting Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Principles of Microeconomics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Computer Science Business Law Principles of Accounting I and II Intermediate Accounting I and II Cost/Management Accounting Internal or External Auditing The WV Board of Accountancy requires the above listed courses to sit for the CPA exam in West Virginia, in addition to other accounting related courses. These courses are also required because CPAs need a broad business background in the practice of public accounting. [-]

Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAC)

University of California, Riverside
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Riverside

The Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program at The A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management fills this growing demand for qualified certified public accountants (CPAs), especially with a California law effective for years after 2013 requiring 150 semester hours (or 225 quarter hours) of applicable college credit. [+]

Globalization, a revolution in technology, and increased regulation affecting internal accountants and external auditors have all contributed to demands for additional accountants with education beyond the baccalaureate degree. The Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program at The A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management fills this growing demand for qualified certified public accountants (CPAs), especially with a California law effective for years after 2013 requiring 150 semester hours (or 225 quarter hours) of applicable college credit. Designed to be completed in nine months, the goal of the 48-unit MPAc program is to prepare students with the 20/20 vision needed to become the ideal accounting and auditing professionals in the year 2020 and beyond. Our students will benefit from a quality business education of a University of California caliber and learn from leading scholars and practitioners in the field. In addition, many influential business professionals at international accounting and auditing firms proudly call UCR their alma mater and actively recruit and support UCR students. Application Deadlines Fall 2017 Admission Priority round:December 15, 2016 Second round: January 31, 2017 Third round: March 1, 2017 Final Deadlines: International: May 1, 2017 Domestic: June 1, 2017 Admission Criteria The MPAc program is open to eligible students with an accounting background gained from undergraduate coursework, prior work experience, or a combination of both. We accept applicants with undergraduate degrees in business, accounting, economics and other related fields. We consider each applicant's professional, academic and life experiences in addition to character and personality. Admission to the program is based upon several criteria, including the quality of previous academic work, GMAT or GRE performance, personal essays and letters of recommendation. Professional experience is considered advantageous, but is not required for admission. We encourage recent graduates, entry-level and mid-career professionals to apply. [-]

Master of Accountancy

University of Denver | Daniels College of Business
Campus Full time Part time 9 - 36 months March 2017 USA Denver + 1 more

The Master of Accountancy program at the Daniels School of Accountancy provides rigorous training in accounting fundamentals with specialties in business valuation, assurance, taxation or information analytics. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. A masters in accounting: calculated success with immeasurable opportunities. Start this Fall. Full-tuition scholarships available. The Master of Accountancy program at the Daniels School of Accountancy provides rigorous training in accounting fundamentals with specialties in business valuation, assurance, taxation or information analytics. Whether your background is in business or liberal arts, customized degree plans ensure graduates have the fundamental business knowledge, practical experience and accounting skills sought by top employers. The best indicator of the program’s strength is the success of our graduates: Nearly 100 percent of our domestic MAcc graduates accept positions within three months of graduation and many of those job offers stem from internships at top accounting firms, such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and Grant Thornton. The success of our students is reflected in our rankings: Daniels is the only business school in Colorado to receive high rankings from BusinessWeek, the Financial Times and U.S. News and World Report. GMAT Waiver Policy The GMAT will be waived if a student has met any of the following requirements: A graduate degree from a regionally accredited school. Passed four parts of the CPA exam. Obtained a bachelor degree in accounting (or business with a major in accounting) from an AACSB accredited university with a GPA of at least 3.25 overall and at least 3.0 in the undergraduate accounting coursework. Earned a minimum of 3.7 in the first eight hours (or first quarter of eight or more hours) taken towards the graduate business certificate in accountancy. If you do not meet one or more of the above conditions, consider enrolling in the School of Accountancy’s GMAT Prep Course to fully prepare for the exam. The ten-session course is offered quarterly with discounted pricing available for prospective School of Accountancy students. For information on the next available course, find a GMAT Prep Course or contact Jodye Whitesell. To have your GMAT or GRE scores reported to Daniels, please use the following codes: GMAT code is MZR-GT-82 and the GRE code is 4842. School of Accountancy awards do not require GMAT. Program At-A-Glance Program Curriculum - A 9–36-month, full or part-time, 40 quarter hour credit program with maximum flexibility. The required Accounting Core is four courses (16 credits), leaving you 24 credits to either build a broad foundation or develop a specialty in an area of interest like assurance, business valuation, IT or taxation. GMAT/GRE - Requirement varies. Not needed for those who majored in accounting at an AACSB school with a high GPA. Program Start Dates - September and March. Tuition - $1,258 per credit hour plus program fees. Financial Aid - Full-tuition scholarships available from the Daniels College of Business in cooperation with the School of Accountancy . Merit- and need-based scholarships awarded by Daniels College of Business. Additional funding available from the School of Accountancy. Government student loans, private loans and GI benefits available. Application Deadlines - Four rounds of admission deadlines for fall entry and three rounds for spring entry. Daniels provides a great environment in which to learn and grow. The small class sizes and hands-on learning holds you accountable to yourself and your peers, while ensuring that you’ll walk away with the hard and soft skills needed to succeed. Finally, the support of the Daniels community is second to none. Alumni, faculty and staff come together to celebrate your success and collectively work toward improving the student experience. - Rachelle Barrett, MACC 2008 | Manager, Assurance Services at Ernst & Young, LLP Points of Pride for the Daniels School of Accountancy Recruiters’ choice: We’re a preferred hiring school for all international, national and local accounting firms, given our commitment to rigorous academics, business ethics and hands-on experience. Customized curriculum: Whether you come from a humanities or a business background, faculty advisors will design a degree plan just for you. If you have a non-business bachelor’s degree, you will start the MAcc with additional preparatory course work. State-of-the-art technology: Our courses on sophisticated enterprise software and databases ensure you have the technological literacy demanded by today’s marketplace. Engaged faculty: Our faculty and staff are readily available to provide academic advising and career counseling. With a faculty/student ratio of 1:18, professors become mentors who take a genuine interest in your success. High CPA scores: Daniels MAcc students report the highest CPA scores on all sections of the exam in Colorado. Long History: We were the third School of Accountancy established in the United States. Accreditation: We are one of 181 accounting schools in the world that is AACSB accredited. Courses & Electives Acquire strong accounting research skills needed to pass the CPA exam and attract top recruiters. Learn how to work effectively with cross-functional teams. Master sophisticated enterprise software and database applications. Gain elective expertise in either assurance, valuation, taxation or IT. Develop an ethical framework to make complex decisions, address the needs of diverse stakeholders and lead in today’s interrelated business world. Concentrations, Dual Degrees & Certificates The School of Accountancy offers unique opportunities for MAcc students to simultaneously earn two master-level degrees or to pursue an MBA with an accounting concentration. Experiential Learning Learning at Daniels gets you out of the classroom and into the field interacting with business leaders, solving real business problems and using your business skills when the stakes are real. You'll emerge from Daniels business sharp, field tested and ready to lead—adaptable to new situations and well-versed in both big-picture strategic thinking and cross-functional intricacies. International Student Resources At Daniels we are dedicated to creating an environment of inclusive excellence for all of our students. Our Master of Accountancy program has the second highest number of international alumni working at KPMG in China out of all U.S. schools. Our International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) department works closely with our graduate students to help make the most of their OPT and CPT time. We offer flexibility in our Master of Accountancy program that can enable you to maximize your stay in the U.S. This program has quarterly networking events with international alumni and current international students to discuss important topics such as the process of assimilation and learning about American culture in the workplace. [-]

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. [+]

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 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. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. 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 of Management: International Accounting and Finance

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 16 months September 2017 Canada Windsor

Investing in your education with the Master of Management - International Accounting and Finance, will provide you with thorough business knowledge that will serve as a foundation throughout your career. [+]

Program Overview Investing in your education with the Master of Management - International Accounting and Finance, will provide you with thorough business knowledge that will serve as a foundation throughout your career. This program will help you to become a professional and leader in the international business world. The course based Master of Management - International Accounting and Financing will prepare you for a leadership position within the accounting or nance industry in Canada or abroad. You will study and live in Canada for 16 months. This program includes 12 prescribed courses completed over 4 academic terms. The International Accounting and Finance specialization has two intakes (September and January). In addition to your academic studies, students also participate in the Master of Management Employment Program. Facilitated jointly by the Odette Career and Placement Services and the Centre for Executive and Professional Education, the program guides students towards the development of their Career Portfolio and builds the skills necessary to obtain employment upon graduation. Intakes: September and January Course offerings The Master of Management classes will be conducted over four terms with students taking three courses at a time. Here is a list of tentative prescribed course offerings: Accounting Concepts and Techniques Finance in a Global Perspective Managing Employees Marketing International Business Quantitative Studies International Financial Reporting International Financial Management Business Strategy Consolidated Financial Statements Accounting Systems Control & Auditing Corporate Governance All Master of Management students participate in a Business Communications Workshop on campus during their first term of coursework. This is a valuable opportunity to develop communication and presentation skills in preparation for your graduate classes and professional life. The workshop is mandatory and will not interfere with class time. Students who take the Business Communication Workshop receive a certificate of successful completion. Prior to the start of the academic program, you may be required to attend six weeks (July-August or October-November) of intensive English language training known as the English and Academic Program Preparation (EAPP). Admission requirements Four-year bachelor-level degree (or equivalent) in an acceptable discipline from an academic institution approved by the University of Windsor The equivalent of a 70% average or higher in undergraduate studies (when converted to University of Windsor standards) Demonstrated English proficiency by meeting or exceeding 7.0 score in the IELTS test or a TOEFL-ibt score of 100 Two supportive letters of reference (at least one from an academic source) on official letterhead Enrollment is limited. Preference will be given to candidates who exceed the above minimum requirements. *English programs are available for those who require additional language training prior to entry into the academic program or have received lower than the required score. Other Admission requirements Other application details that will need to be completed are: Completed application form Application fee (payable at the time of application) Statement of Purpose describing your intent to study (approximately one page in length) Current Resume [-]

Master In Accounting And Fiscal Management

Grupo IOE
Online & Campus Combined Part time September 2017 Peru Lima Spain Barcelona Brazil São Paulo Madrid Murcia Valencia Colombia Bogotá Mexico Mexico City + 10 more

The program is designed for the participant to acquire expertise in financial accounting, corporate, cost and taxation, so that for taking over the accounting and tax effective business management and other business skills. [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. The program is designed for the participant to acquire expertise in financial accounting, corporate, cost and taxation, so that for taking over the accounting and tax effective business management and other business skills. Students will acquire: Skills for Ability to perform and understand the entire accounting process of a company. Ability to prepare the actual accounting in order to transfer it to the tax assessments Performing economic and financial analysis of the company A full study of the profitability of the company through cost accounting and balance sheet analysis. analytical and synthetic ability to solve complex problems. Capacity for the development of the legal and tax in a broad context. You can make inquiries and request tutorial of this training program by clicking MORE INFORMATION. [-]

Master in Accounting

A. B. Freeman School of Business
Campus Full time September 2017 USA New Orleans

Success in the accounting profession entails more than just accounting expertise. It requires uncompromising ethics, analytical thinking, awareness of cultural nuances, and effective communication. [+]

Master of Accounting Success in the accounting profession entails more than just accounting expertise. It requires uncompromising ethics, analytical thinking, awareness of cultural nuances, and effective communication. The Tulane Masters of Accounting (MACCT) program prepares students on all these fronts and provides them with a head start to become leaders in the accounting profession. The MACCT program's core courses provide academic rigor in auditing, financial accounting, managerial accounting and taxation. The program's flexible structure gives students the option of adding a concentration in Finance, Energy or Taxation and to complete their coursework over 2 or 3 semesters. Additionally, if the student desires, the MACCT course offerings can enable a student to sit for the CPA exam. We develop analytical thinking skills in our students through experiential learning in all our courses – Socratic discussions, case studies, group projects are all part of the coursework. Ethical issues in accounting are also woven into class discussions. Tulane MACCT program boasts a world-class faculty who are exceptional teachers and active researchers. Our faculty have hands-on industry experience (e.g. investment banking, revenue authority, private tax practice, and expert testimony for litigation) which they integrate in the classroom. A business communications course and assignments in other courses further develop students' written and oral communication skills. Tulane's diverse student population mimics the global business environment with students from various cultural, linguistic and business backgrounds coming together to learn both from our first-class faculty and each other. The program's small size also provides students with the opportunity to work closely with our faculty and develop meaningful relationships with fellow students. Professional staff from the career management center (CMC) provide students with career education programs and counselling that respond to the current market and help students develop and manage their career. Services offered by the CMC include individual career coaching, assistance in developing effective cover letters and resumes, mock interviews, workshops on exploring and navigating the job market, etc. Ardent competition for Tulane MACCT students means that MACCT graduates are very successful in pursuing careers with the major public accounting firms as well as private industry. Curriculum Prerequisites (must be completed prior to beginning the program) Financial Accounting (Freeman School ACCN 2010 or 6010 or equivalent) Managerial or Cost Accounting (Freeman School ACCN 3010 or 6020 or equivalent) Intermediate Accounting I & II (Freeman School ACCN 3100 & 4110 or equivalent); or three semester hours of graduate intermediate accounting. MACCT Core Courses (18 credits) Ethics in Accounting and Finance Auditing Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Managerial Accounting Business Law Taxation of Legal Entities MACCT Electives (12 credits) Accounting Information Systems Alternative Financial Accounting Frameworks Energy Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Forensic Accounting Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting Research in Taxation Taxation of Individuals Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations Tax Planning for Corporate Decision Making Core Courses in the Risk Option (see below) Students who have an accounting undergraduate degree may be eligible to take the MACCT Risk Option with the following core courses: Core Courses (12 credits) Advanced Auditing Accounting Research Accounting for Business and Financial Risk Accounting and Controls for Operations Risk The remaining 18 credits are electives; nine elective credits should consist of graduate coursework related to a specific business discipline or industry (e.g., finance, taxation, energy, entrepreneurship). Each MACCT student will meet with a faculty adviser to develop a curriculum that is tailored to their interests and goals. Joint Degree (BSM/MACCT) Benefits Whereas most joint degree programs are comprised of two graduate degrees, at Tulane, our BSM-MAACT is an undergraduate and graduate degree that offers considerable advantages: Opportunities for full-time, paid, busy-season internship in the city and state where you ultimately want to work (counts for 3 hours of academic credit toward the 30 required for graduation). The same undergraduate financial package extends to the fifth year of study. Greater flexibility in fulfilling undergraduate requirements. An undergraduate degree in accounting is not required; in fact, employers report that they appreciate the diverse backgrounds that Tulane alumni bring to their operations. A streamlined recruitment process. Apply for the positions that interest you, interview with the respective firms when they come to campus to meet you in person, and then travel to the city where you plan to live for final interviews. Special Considerations for International Students International students have access to the same amenities and services we offer domestic students, as well as some tailored to the international student experience* Interview Preparation & Recruitment During our recruitment events, multi-national accounting firms interview international MACCT students for positions in their native countries. The Career Management Center offers workshops specifically geared toward international MACCT students. [-]

Master of Accountancy

Western Illinois University College of Business and Technology
Campus Full time 1 - 5 years August 2017 USA Quad Cities Macomb + 1 more

The Master of Accountancy degree, offered at WIU's Macomb campus, is designed as [+]

Masters in Accounting in North America 2017. The Master of Accountancy degree, offered at WIU's Macomb campus, is designed as: - A one-year program for candidates with accounting degrees from accredited institutions; or - A two-year program for candidates whose business degree is not in accounting; or - An approximately three-year program for those candidates who do not possess degrees in business disciplines (to provide time to complete all background courses and graduate course requirements); or - A five-year integrated, undergraduate & graduate degree. Each prospective Master of Accountancy candidate is required to complete a graduate program of study, subject to approval by the Graduate Committee for Accountancy. The WIU Department of Accountancy provides a student-centered environment that promotes academic excellence, professional and personal growth, a spirit of collegiality, and ethical and professional conduct. The Department’s curriculum and activities develop outstanding graduates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to enter the accounting profession and to meet future career challenges. Scholarships A variety of scholarships is available to accountacy students. Student Organizations Accountancy students are encouraged to become active members of the student organizations affiliated with the department. Tuition - In-State: $317.31 per credit hour - Out-of-State: $634.62 per credit hour [-]