Masters in Accounting

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Masters in Accounting

A Master’s in Accounting Degree (MAcc), also known as Master’s of Professional Accountancy (MPAcy), is an advanced, graduate-level business degree focused on a curriculum that prepares individuals to work in the accounting field in various roles, such as auditors at large accounting firms, management positions in corporate accounting, or as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) for individuals or businesses. Graduates are prepared to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam, which is required for CPA licensure in most states and is expected for many advanced accounting jobs.

Reasons to Earn a Master’s Degree in Accounting

The curriculum covered in a master’s in accounting degree program is focused primarily on fundamental concepts of accounting, effective accounting methods, and gaining the knowledge required to pass the CPA exam. An individual with talent and interest in working with numbers and strong attention to detail can excel in this career field. The demand for skilled accountants is strong and as a result, companies offer attractive salaries that can exceed six figures. There are also strong opportunities for accountants to advance to upper management positions such as CEO of a corporation. If you prefer to be your own boss, you can start your own accounting firm and provide accounting services for businesses or individuals.

Key benefits

You’ll develop a thorough knowledge of commercial and investment banking – as well as the changing structure of the international financial industry.

Our latest research informs your course. And we’ll help you turn theory into practice so you can use what you learn in the working world.

We have an extensive network of contacts from a wide variety of financial organisations. So you’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn from inspiring guest speakers, putting their insider knowledge into practice in real-world scenarios.

  • Duration: 1 year FT, September to September
  • Study mode: Full-time

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • A master’s in accounting degree program often takes one year of intensive study as a full-time student or longer as a part-time student. The course include tax and auditing courses, business electives, and financial analysis courses.
  • The banking and financial markets face many complex challenges. We’ll provide you with the expertise to understand and overcome them. By the end of your course, you’ll have all the skills you need for a huge range of careers across the sector.
  • Our expert researchers and practitioners will provide innovative theories on key issues in the industry. And you’ll have plenty of opportunities to put it into practice. Our industry-standard software and datasets, and our virtual trading floor give you the chance to test your skills – using the same tools as the professionals.