The Master of Science in Accounting is a degree program designed to prepare students for professional careers in accounting. It is designed specifically to enable students whose undergraduate majors are business related (including Economics) to meet the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy eligibility requirements for taking the Uniform CPA examination in New Jersey. Students whose undergraduate majors are not business-related will need to add up to six additional courses in non-accounting business subjects (including Economics) to the M.S. in Accounting requirements in order to sit for the CPA exam in New Jersey.
To learn more about the Master of Science in Accounting program, visit http://grad.kean.edu/masters-programs/accounting.
About the School
Kean University is an accredited State University in New Jersey and is home to the Nathan Weiss Graduate College. The University is located just a few miles away from New York City. Kean is a metropol ... Read More