Apply by the November 3 deadline to begin class in January 2017.
Bachelor’s degree required to apply.
Tuition & Financial Aid
The current rate of tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,443 per credit.
"Graduates with an online master’s degree in accounting can land jobs with private corporations, nonprofit organizations and the government. Median salaries can range from about $62,000 for accountants and auditors to more than $100,000 for financial managers or top executives — and having a master’s will often boost those wages."
– U.S.News & World Report
Master of Science in Accounting
For professionals seeking to either advance within or transition to a career in the field of accounting, the Martin J. Whitman School of Management offers a Master of Science in Professional Accounting degree in this flexible online format. The online program features the same content as Whitman’s on-campus accounting program, from which alumni have gone on to work at some of the top accounting firms in the nation, including Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, RSM, and PWC.
Curriculum and Requirements
Students with an academic foundation in accounting can complete the 30-credit online Master’s in Accounting program in as little as 12 months. Students who have not completed previous accounting coursework—including both undergraduate and graduate coursework—will be placed into an individualized curriculum schedule that can be completed in 24 months or less. Each semester is 12 weeks, and credit hours required to complete the program correspond to a student’s previously completed coursework.
While the schedules below are only samples of possible course arrangements, they should serve as a useful guide when exploring the Accounting@Syracuse experience:
- Accelerated Accounting Schedule (30 Credits): For students seeking to complete the program in as little as 12 months, this schedule includes more than two courses per term in two of the four terms.
- Professional Accounting Schedule (30 Credits): For students seeking a flexible schedule that can be completed in as little as 15 months, this schedule is designed for working professionals and includes just two courses per term.
- Foundational Accounting Schedule (33+ Credits): For students who hold an undergraduate degree in any subject other than accounting, this schedule varies based on previously completed coursework.
A student’s customized course plan for the foundational program will be determined after an admissions decision has been rendered. The sooner an application is received, the sooner an appropriate number of required credits can be determined by admissions.
Applying to Accounting@Syracuse
To begin the process of applying to Accounting@Syracuse, review the application requirements and admissions deadlines based on your intended start date. After requesting information, an admissions counselor will contact you to answer questions you may have about the program or the application process.