Program Overview

The mission of the Master of Business Administration in Accounting is to prepare students to use advanced accounting skills for management-level careers in all areas of accounting including public accounting, private industry, federal, state, and local governments, and non-profit organizations by ensuring graduates are competent in the latest practices and principles of business, communication, ethics, management accounting concepts, and standard procedures. Amberton’s MBA in Accounting prepares graduates for careers as chief financial officers, chief operating officers, business consultants, management analysts, and chief executives.

The program can be completed 100% online, though some coursework is available to be taken onsite at the student’s option. It also builds upon the BBA Accounting* program at Amberton to allow students to complete coursework necessary to sit for the Certified Public Accountancy (CPA) exam in the state of Texas. Requirements for the exam vary from state to state and change periodically. See the requirements for the BBA/MBA Accounting Dual Program for more information.

Program Details

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Degree Plan Overview

Requirements Hours
Program Prerequisites (3) Hours
Required Graduate Studies 6 Hours
Major Requirements 24 Hours
Electives 6 Hours
36 Total Hours
Full Degree Plan Requirements

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