The Accounting MBA specialization prepares students to advance their careers in accounting fields across a range of industries. Coursework explores issues critical to the current field, preparing students with a foundation needed to evaluate, analyze, and strategize operational decisions in corporate and small-business environments.
Advanced knowledge of theory and practice within traditional topics such as taxation, financial reporting, auditing, and cost accounting
Opportunities to study in emerging fields such as forensic accounting and international accounting
An emphasis on the ability to analyze and think critically about business questions
Training in the use of research databases
A strong grounding in the ethical dimension of the profession
MBA students will complete three elective accounting courses to complete a specialization in Accounting. Courses may include the following:
Strategic Cost Analysis
Taxes & Business Strategy
Financial Statement Analysis
Syracuse University also offers Accounting@Syracuse, an online Master of Science in Professional Accounting designed for professionals looking to advance in the field of accounting.
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