At a Glance
30-37.5 credit hours
Can be completed on a full- or part-time basis
Satisfies the 150-hour CPA exam requirements for most states
Kogod's Masters in Accounting degree program offers an intensive and streamlined advanced study of accounting for students seeking careers in this growing, vibrant field. Graduates are able to choose from a variety of specialties including forensic and not-for-profit accounting.
Active Community: Kogod Accounting Club
Accountancy is projected to increase 22 percent in the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Kogod students are prepared for the job market with help from accounting faculty, including executives-in-residence who bring extensive experience to the classroom.
The Kogod Center for Career Development provides students with opportunities to network, attend career fairs and on-campus recruiting to facilitate a positive career outcome.
Learn More: MS Accounting Outcomes