The Master of Science in Accounting program is offered as an Accelerated Degree Program in the Division of Professional and Graduate Studies. The M.S.A. is a graduate professional degree designed to provide students with a strong knowledge of accounting principles and prepares them for a variety of careers in the accounting field. The M.S.A. is a 30-credit program and provides students with the 150 credit hours required by most states for CPA certification. These courses will be offered in the evening 8-week modular format and be offered as a Dual Track Program. Students have the flexibility of choosing between blended or online options on a course-by course basis.
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.
We offer every course in our graduate accounting program in two formats.
The choice is yours with every course you take.
Earning your Master's in accounting at Albertus will give you 30 credits — enough meet the education requirement for CPA certification.1
In order to be admitted to our graduate program in accounting, you must have the following:
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 203-773-8505 for details.