Geared for graduates who do not have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, the Stillman School M.S. in Accounting program prepares you to be a professional accountant and satisfies the 150 credit educational requirement needed to sit for the CPA exam in New Jersey, New York and most other states.
¦Convenient Northern New Jersey location
¦Convenient course schedules
¦Innovative use of technology
¦More specialized than an M.B.A. degree
The highest percentage of students from a graduate accounting program in New Jersey passing one or more parts of the CPA exam
The M.S. in Accounting requires a minimum of 30 credits, with 27 graduate credits in accounting:
¦Six required accounting courses
¦Three accounting and/or tax elective courses
The MSAC program requires courses in financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting, thereby satisfying the state’s curriculum requirement.
Recently, the Department changed the sequencing on the basic graduate courses in financial accounting from two three-credit courses over two semesters to a single, integrated six-credit course over one semester. This change makes it possible for MSAC students to study full-time and complete their coursework within 12 months. Part-time students typically complete the program in two years.
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¦Completion of the baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
¦(May be waived for individuals who have a JD, PhD, MD, AACSB accredited MBA, previous MS in business related fields)
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Other graduate degrees/certifications for someone with your background:
¦M.B.A. – non accounting concentration
¦Certificate in Tax
If you have an undergraduate degree in accounting, learn more about our graduate program options including the M.S. in Professional Accounting degree.
Seton Hall University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education