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An EMBA, or Executive Master of Business Administration, is a degree designed for individuals who often already have 10 or more years of work experience. It is similar to an MBA program, but may differ in its design and delivery. Typically, EMBA programs are designed to accommodate an individual who is already working a full-time job. What is an EMBA in Accounting? It is a professional graduate de… Read more

An EMBA, or Executive Master of Business Administration, is a degree designed for individuals who often already have 10 or more years of work experience. It is similar to an MBA program, but may differ in its design and delivery. Typically, EMBA programs are designed to accommodate an individual who is already working a full-time job.

What is an EMBA in Accounting? It is a professional graduate degree program that focuses on advanced business principles with an emphasis on accounting practices. Most students will develop advanced expertise in business and financial management. They may take courses that deepen their understanding of finance, capital budgeting and portfolio management. Typically, students will also take core courses that focus on business, with additional classes that concentrate more directly on accounting. High-level accounting courses often include financial reporting, tax factors in business decisions, economics for business, business law, and marketing and strategy.

Many EMBA accounting programs aim to prepare students to be leaders in their industry. They often develop the ability to take charge of a situation. They also typically gain tax skills that are invaluable to employers and may help them in preparing their own yearly taxes. Students also often learn money management skills.

A contributing factor when choosing an EMBA in Accounting program is often the cost of tuition, which may vary from one institution to the next. Students should make sure to contact any university of interest for more detailed information concerning enrollment costs.

Most EMBA accounting programs focus on preparing students for management roles in business. Students are usually qualified for upper-level positions that involve working with money and finances. Typical careers for EMBA in Accounting graduates can include financial analyst, tax manager, auditing manager, budget analyst, tax consultant, chief executive officer or business development manager.

Many EMBA in Accounting programs offer structures that allow students to work full-time while earning a degree online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Audencia
Paris, France

The Executive MBA Chief Value Officer is a graduate degree from Audencia, a school that is triple accredited (EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA) and the first MBA in the world dedicated ... +

The Executive MBA Chief Value Officer is a graduate degree from Audencia, a school that is triple accredited (EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA) and the first MBA in the world dedicated to transforming the measurement, control, and audit professions to get them through the “multi-capital” world. There are four modules : -
EMBA
Part-time
18 months
English
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
OUS Royal Academy of Economics and Technology in Switzerland
Zürich, Switzerland

This Executive Master (EMBA) in Accounting and Financial management study program is ideal for students who worked directly after high school for at least 5 years in a manager ... +

This Executive Master (EMBA) in Accounting and Financial management study program is ideal for students who worked directly after high school for at least 5 years in a managerial position in the same field or similar. -
EMBA
Full-time
Part-time
12 months
English
Online