MS in Accounting

The goal of the Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) program is to provide students with a quality master's program in accounting that prepares them for responsible leadership positions in public, corporate, nonprofit, and government accounting. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to critically assess a company's financial status and be able to offer real-world solutions to accounting problems.

The combination of coursework with the option of an internship provides students with a strong theoretical foundation in accounting as well as an understanding of the practical applications of the discipline. The program also emphasizes the development of communication, interpersonal, and analytical problem solving skills through the use of case studies, team and individual projects, and computers for accounting and auditing applications. Upon the completion of the program and 150 semester credit hours, students will be considered as having met the educational requirement for sitting for the CPA exam in the State of Ohio.

Fall 2013 Student Profile 

Average GMAT 596
Average GPA 3.33
Average Work Experience 5 months
Percent of International Students 50%
Average Age 24
Percent Female 58%
Percent Minority 3%




General Information

MSA Accounting Manual

Graduate Planning System Roadmap

For Additional Information
Please Contact:

Dr. Linda Zucca
Department Chair
MS Accounting Program Advisor

E-mail

lzucca@kent.edu

Telephone
330-672-2545

Office: Room 550 Business Administration Building

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