Professional & Graduate Studies

Master of Science in Accounting

Our graduate program in accounting will give you a strong understanding of accounting principles and prepare you for a variety of careers in the field.


Personal Attention

With a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:14, Albertus professors have the time to work directly with you, one-on-one. You'll get to know your professors personally.

Dual-Track Format

We offer every course in our graduate accounting program in two formats.

  1. Online: tackle assignments and get feedback on your own schedule in our web-based learning environment
  2. Blended: online and on-campus meetings give you both flexibility and face-to-face interaction with professors and fellow students

The choice is yours with every course you take.

C.P.A. Certification

Earning your Master's in accounting at Albertus will give you 30 credits — enough meet the education requirement for CPA certification.1

Admission Requirements

In order to be admitted to our graduate program in accounting, you must have the following:

  • bachelor's degree from an accredited school
  • cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher
  • 24 undergraduate credits in accounting
  • 22 undergraduate credits in business (separate from your accounting credits)
  • 2 letters of recommendation from professors or professional associates
  • TOEFL score of 575 or 3 years at a college or university in an English-speaking country
  • essay of 500-600 words
  • completed application
  • $50 application fee

If your G.P.A. does not meet our requirement, you may be admitted on a conditional basis. Conditional admittance may include additional requirements. Request information online or call 202-773-8505 for details.

  1. When combined with 120 credits from your undergraduate studies.
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Or, if you're ready to get going, apply now.

Admission Events

June 24
Instant Decision Day
Bring your transcripts and get an admission decision on the spot. Call (203) 773-8505 for details.

July 30
Open House

Contact Us

Division of Professional & Graduate Studies
(203) 773-8505