MBA in Professional Accounting
2 - 3 years
USD 910 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* per 70 credit hours
Your ambition finds its perfect match in our MBAP (Master of Business Administration in Professional Accounting) program. Designed with adaptability and versatility in mind, this full-time program is the key to unlocking a myriad of opportunities in the accounting industry.
A Dual-Purpose Educational Journey
The unique feature of our MBAP program is the ability to pursue an MBA while simultaneously becoming eligible to sit for the New York CPA exam. This streamlines your educational journey and extends opportunities to those with academic backgrounds beyond accounting.
Industry Connections: Your Ladder to Success
Our program isn't just about academics; it's about creating meaningful career opportunities. You'll have access to an extensive network through our Council on Accountancy, which frequently translates into invaluable internships, permanent job placements, and expert advice.
Practical Experience: More Than Just Theory
An essential component of our MBAP program is the internship experience. Whether in public accounting, industry, or government, these hands-on opportunities complement your classroom learning, offering a well-rounded educational experience.
Fast-Track Your Career
With the option to complete your degree in as little as two years, our accelerated curriculum ensures you are market-ready. You'll step into the professional accounting world not just with a degree but with the comprehensive training and real-world experience that employers value.
Leadership and Professional Development Program
- BUS 601 My Personal Brand
- BUS 602 My Personal Leadership Plan
- BUS 603 My Path Forward
- ACC 505 Financial Accounting
- ACC 610 Managerial Accounting
- ACC 711 Intermediate Financial Reporting I
- ACC 712 Intermediate Financial Reporting II
- ACC 715 Basic Taxation
- ACC 716 Advanced Taxation
- ACC 721 Advanced Financial Reporting
- ACC 725 Auditing Theory and Practice
- ACC 726 Information Systems Auditing
- ACC 727 Advanced Audit
- ACC 751 Seminar in Accounting Theory
MBA Preparatory courses
- ECO 503 Statistics for Managers with Excel
- ECO 511 Macroeconomics
- MGT 512 Principles of Management
General MBA courses
- ACC 707 Accounting Systems and Analytics
- ECO 606 Managerial Economics
- ECO 609 Business Analytics
- FIN 608 Corporate Finance
- MGT 605 Organizational Behavior
- MGT 607 Operations Management & Sustainability
- MKT 604 Marketing Management
One MBA elective
- LAW 603 Legal Environment & Ethics
- MGT 690 Strategic Management and Leadership
Learning Goal 1
Graduates will know how financial information is measured and reported to external users.
- Objective A: Calculate financial ratios and performance measures and analyze the results;
- Objective B: Apply current principles of accounting to the measurement and reporting of financial accounting information;
- Objective C: Apply taxation regulations in the measurement and reporting of information to governmental entities;
- Objective D: Explain the processes/principles related to providing assurance as to the integrity of the reporting process.
Learning Goal 2
Graduates will know how companies evaluate internal controls for the aggregation of financial information and compare/contrast the impact of alternative business decisions on future company performance.
- Objective A: Explain the budgeting process and analyze business decisions related to the budgets prepared;
- Objective B: Apply concepts related to accounting system controls.