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The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.

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Master of Business Administration in Professional Accountancy

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Hempstead

The objective of the Master of Business Administration in Professional Accountancy is to prepare students who do not have an undergraduate business background to obtain licensure in public accounting in New York state, as well as for managerial positions in various types of organizations. [+]

Masters in Business Administration in Accountancy. Objective of the Master of Business Administration in Professional Accountancy To prepare students who do not have an undergraduate business background to obtain licensure in public accounting in New York state, as well as for managerial positions in various types of organizations. This program is designed to provide such students with the 33 credits in accounting and taxation, as well as the 36 other credits in business, required for licensure in New York state. Admission Criteria Applicants for admission to the MBA program must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. No specific undergraduate course of study is required for admission, nor is any specific course of undergraduate study recommended for those students planning to pursue these degrees. Undergraduate majors represented in the MBA program include, but are not limited to, business, education, the natural and social sciences, engineering, the humanities, and nursing. All applications for admission are considered on the basis of their own merits, with weight given to the strength of a student's previous academic performance, scores obtained on the GMAT, professional experiences indicating increasing levels of responsibility, and any other pertinent information which the candidate for admission may provide to the Committee on Admissions. Applicants for admission are required to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), which is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). Applicants are encouraged to take the GMAT well in advance of applying to a graduate program. To schedule an appointment to take the... [-]