Accounting is the language of business. To succeed in the business world, you need to be fluent. At Michigan Technological University, we're immersing tomorrow's leaders in the language of success. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB), we meet a strict set of standards designed to ensure quality in education. If you're a self-motivated person with business acumen, strong analytical skills, and a zest for problem solving, get ahead of the game by earning your master's in accounting with us. It all adds up. Are you ready?
Our Accelerated Master's Program is available for current Michigan Tech students.
We will prepare you to step into the business world ready to compete and add value to a company or governmental organization. Our coursework 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.
Accounting Program Details
Choose a specific degree option or delivery type to learn more about the accounting program at Michigan Tech.
This option requires a minimum of 30 credits be earned through coursework. 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:
|5000-6000 series (minimum)||18 Credits|
|3000-4000 (maximum)||12 Credits|
Bachelor's + 1 Year = Master's Degree
Our accelerated master's degree program is a faster, easier way for Michigan Tech students to earn a master's degree. Up to approved six credits from your bachelor's degree can be applied towards your accelerated master's degree. Consult your graduate program director for your individualized plan. If you're thinking about pursuing a master's following your bachelor's this option may be the right choice for you.
Additional Program Information
Want to learn more about accounting at Michigan Tech? Visit the department for more information: