Benedictine University

Master's of Business Administration in Accounting

A master’s of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Benedictine University greatly hopes to better prepare professionals to advance in their workplace or to land in a premiere job in their field. The program focuses on both foundational accounting theories and practices, as well as managerial strategies, so that degree recipients can operate both as an advanced accountant and/or as a department or finance manager. Students are required to take 64 credit hours, and their courses will concentration on things like profit planning; preparing complex financial statements; the theory and practice of accounting; executive decision-making; federal income taxation; capital gains; depreciation; and employee benefits. There is no specific kind of professional that the program caters to, but rather persons both in the corporate and the non-profit fields. The program is located 100 percent online, making this a good MBA option for professionals who are continuing to work full time. Benedictine University provides each student with an academic advisor. 


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Degree Category: Business > Accounting > Masters
Degree Subject: Accounting Degree
Degree Level: Master's