Coordinator: James N. Mohs, D.B.A.; Michael J. Rolleri, M.B.A., C.P.A.
The objective of the Master of Science in Accounting program is to provide an in depth framework for corporate, forensic, and taxation accounting inquiry, devised in structure and content from the entire scope and process of accounting-information-based economic decision-making. The existence of such a framework is intended to provide for graduate accountants and professional practitioners an opportunity to share in the development and assessment of issues of accounting interest within a decision-making context. Additionally, the Master of Science in Accounting program is designed to provide non-accountants and practitioners with the accounting credits requisite for certification.
M.S. Accounting Required Courses (24 credits)
The degree is comprised of 36 credits, of which 6 credits are prerequisites and may be waived. Waivers for either prerequisite course require departmental approval. All students complete a basic core of courses including: