The Heller College of Business offers several accounting programs at the graduate level: the MBA with a concentration in Accounting or Accounting Forensics (requiring three accounting courses in addition to the MBA core), the Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) maximizing the number and variety of accounting courses for students planning to develop a career based in accounting, the Master of Science in Accounting Fraud (MSAF) for students wanting to enter this fast-developing field, and the Credential in Business Fraud Examination, a five-course credential designed to enhance your current education with the newer topics in Accounting Fraud.
Our Accounting programs are designed to meet the needs of the following:
- Students who wish to complete their professional accounting education.
- Students who wish to pursue a terminal program that will enable them to enter the fields of public accounting, managerial accounting, governmental or nonprofit accounting.
- Students who seek a concentration in fraud examination studies.
- Students with majors in the liberal arts, sciences, engineering, and other fields who want to complete a professional accounting program.
- Accountants and teachers of accounting who wish to advance their careers through further study.