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Accountancy, MSAC

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  • 96%

    Placement Rate at Graduation

  • 6:1

    Student to Faculty Ratio

  • CPA

    Exam Preparation Materials and Focus

With this program, you can become:

A certified public accountant (CPA) is a designation provided to licensed accounting professionals. The CPA license is provided by the Board of Accountancy for each state. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) provides resources on obtaining the license. The CPA designation helps enforce professional standards in the accounting industry.

Forensic accounting is a specialized area of accounting — and a challenging one. A forensic accountant investigates incidents of fraud, bribery, money laundering and embezzlement by analyzing financial records and transactions, tracing assets, and more.

Internal auditors take a holistic view of their organization’s governance, risk, and control systems (in other words, primarily non-financial information), while external auditors are either concerned with the accuracy of business accounts and the organization’s financial condition or, in some industries, the organization’s compliance with laws and regulations.

Accounting managers develop, test, and evaluate new systems for validating and reporting financial information. They may also prepare budget reports and assist with new employee on-boarding.

Finance managers oversee their organization's different departmental budgets. They analyze market data to make forecasts managers consider when making financial decisions.

Senior financial analysts analyze data and calculate risk to complete projects and make financial decisions for their organization. As managerial staff, they may also screen, hire, and train new employees.

Tax accountants prepare and file tax documents for individuals or organizations and meet with clients to discuss and explain complex financial matters.

Corporate controllers manage their organization's financial and accounting operations, such as billing, accounts, and budgeting.

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Learn to

Develop the skills necessary for critical thinking, professional research, and continuous learning.

Develop a global perspective of business and accounting practices.

Provide a framework for developing leadership and team building skills.

Recognize the importance of social responsibility and making ethical business decisions.

Develop effective communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.

MSA Charlotte Preview Tour

August 16th-August 18th

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MSA Orientation

August 21st

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Donor Dinner

August 24th

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Meet the Firms

August 28th - August 31st

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Meet the Firms Career Fair

September 8th

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Find Your Way in Accounting

Master of Science Accountancy Overview