Accounting - Master's (MPACC, MS)
The Master of Science in Accounting and Professional Accounting programs are designed to prepare students for professional careers in the public, private, or governmental sectors. Through an intensive and leading-edge curriculum, students earn a comprehensive education built to prepare graduates to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
- Developed for the working professional, the MS Accounting and Professional Accounting programs prepare students for rewarding careers in the rapidly growing and changing field of accounting.
- Designed by the College of Business and Accounting faculty, these carefully crafted curriculums ensure success in public accounting, private industry, auditing, assurance services, advisory services, consulting, and various other accounting areas.
- Admissions requirements
- Degree curriculum
- Degree information in the University Catalog
- Program accreditation
- Certified Public Accountant
- Corporate Controller
- Chief Financial Officer
- Corporate Accountant
- Cost Accountant
- Internal Auditor
Master of Science in Accounting
- Offered weeknights in Arlington, the MS Accounting program provides high quality and challenging instruction focused on a thorough understanding of accounting for students with an undergraduate degree in accounting.
- Building on the experience and coursework of an undergraduate accounting degree, students gain the quantitative, analytical and research skills needed for careers as accountants.
- Completion of the program requires a minimum of 37 credit hours and will help students meet the educational requirements to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Texas and most other jurisdictions.
Master of Professional Accounting
- Offered weeknights in Arlington, the Master of Professional Accounting program offers an intensive accounting curriculum for students with no prior background in accounting.
- Students gain the fundamental accounting concepts needed to meet industry demands while becoming proficient in areas such as accounting systems, auditing, cost analysis and decision making.
- Completion of the program requires a minimum of 43 credit hours and will help students meet the educational requirements to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Texas and most other jurisdictions.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Separately accredited by AACSB
- No. 44 in North American Accounting programs (Eduniversal, 2021)
- DFW is among the highest paying regions for Master's in Accounting graduates
- Strong CPA Exam Pass Rates
- Accounting Internship Opportunities
- Competitive Salaries upon Graduating
- College of Business alumni network of over 55,000 and counting
Take the next step toward investing in yourself by learning more about our Accounting - Master's (MPACC, MS) program.