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The Master of Science in Accounting and Data Analytics is a 30-credit program covering a broad spectrum of technical knowledge and data analytics skills necessary to take advantage of the many opportunities in accounting and finance. To earn the master’s degree, a student must complete an approved program of study with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Cohorts start in August (fall semester) or January (spring semester) and courses are offered in fall, spring or summer.

Students without a background in accounting must complete the foundational accounting courses which will count towards the credits required for the degree. The requirement to complete individual foundational courses may be waived at the discretion of the program director.

Degree Requirements

Foundations of Accounting, Information Systems, and Data Analysis (18 credits)

Complete the following courses unless waived by the program director.

Complete at least one of the following concentrations:

Accounting Analytics (9 credits)

Managerial Analysis for Decision Making (9 credits)

Taxation (12 credits)

Transaction Services (12 credits)

Additional Electives

Choose electives from courses within the concentrations to meet the 30 credit minimum.