For current Michigan Tech students, this program is also available as an accelerated master's degree.
What you’ll work on
We will prepare you to step into the business world ready to compete and add value to a company or governmental organization. Our coursework-only program consists of 30 credit hours and can be completed in less than a year. It’s a great fit for those pursuing a career in accounting, taxation, financial reporting, auditing, consulting, business valuations, or to complement a management or finance education. Plus, you can pass your CPA or CMA exam before you graduate.
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Who you’ll work with
Our faculty possess unique and diverse academic and professional backgrounds, ensuring that your academic experience in our program is akin to a professional work environment. Students receive ample professional networking and placement opportunities with accounting firm partners, corporate executives, distinguished community leaders, guest speakers, and alumni.
Director of MS in Accounting Program, Ed and Betty Robinson Accounting Fellow
“Accounting is the quest for quality, not quantity."
Accounting professionals do not worry about determining a quantity. Rather, they provide a unique skill set to provide quality information to an entity in order to make informed business decisions. Our innovative accounting curriculum focuses upon case studies, seminars, and data analysis to prepare students to make immediate contributions in a professional work environment.
Where you’ll work
The MS in Accounting program is part of Michigan Tech’s School of Business and Economics, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), a symbol of excellence to employers. Accounting graduates have accepted specialist positions with Deloitte, KPMG, PwC, and Grant Thornton, as well as corporate accounting positions with Nestle, Caterpillar, Kohler, and General Motors.
Master's Degree Course Work Option
This option requires a minimum of 30 credits be earned through course work. A limited number of research credits may be used with the approval of the advisor, department, and Graduate School. See degree requirements for more information.
A graduate program may require an oral or written examination before conferring the degree and may require more than the minimum credits listed here:
|Distribution of course work credit|
|5000–6000 series (minimum)||18 credits|
|3000–4000 level (maximum)||12 credits|