MBA in Accounting
John Carroll University, Boler College of Business
University Heights, USA
Full time, Part time
USD 1,070 / per credit
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Students will learn about a variety of accounting topics, including financial statement analysis, cost management, budget, forecasting and internal control systems. Courses will also cover the principles of taxation, including tax planning and compliance, as well as the auditing process and the regulatory environment.
After graduating from Boler with an MBA with a specialization in accounting, students will be well-equipped to pursue a variety of careers in the accounting world, including roles in public accounting, corporate accounting, financial reporting and tax accounting. The curriculum can also prepare students who are interested in consulting or in other roles where a strong understanding of accounting principles is required.
Transfer Pricing Theory and Practice** – Examine the complexity of intercompany transactions and the tax implications of these transactions. These transactions are not subject to the same competitive pressures on pricing as transactions between unrelated parties.
**The offering of electives varies each semester and a list is published prior to the opening of registration. Courses in Contemporary Topics for each subject area are often presented to ensure that students have a chance to delve deeply into current business issues in the ecosystem.
Scholarships and Funding
Application for need-based financial aid is distinct from application for program admission. To apply for financial aid, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the appropriate academic year must be submitted to the Federal Processing Center.
#1 Ranked MBA in Ohio
Boler’s MBA Program offer the opportunity to add an accounting specialization. This specialization equips students with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the complex and dynamic world of accounting. By combining our rigorous academic curriculum with real-world application experience, students will be prepared to become experts in accounting principles, practices, and procedures.