New Master’s in Accounting Program to Begin in Fall 2022

Students can earn a master’s degree in accounting starting next year.

Graduate students in a classroomStudents will have the opportunity to earn a master’s degree in accounting starting in the fall of 2022 at Manhattan College’s O’Malley School of Business.

The Master of Science in Accounting degree program provides students who have previously earned undergraduate business degrees with the knowledge, skills, and professional competencies necessary to begin a successful career in accounting. Students from Manhattan College’s undergraduate programs, or any other undergraduate institution, are eligible to apply

The program builds on the excellence of the AACSB-accredited O'Malley School of Business accounting faculty and the strengths of its undergraduate accounting and professional accounting MBA programs to meet the needs of graduate students who wish to enter the accounting profession. 

"The O'Malley M.S. in Accounting provides the basis for terrific careers in the growing accounting field," said Donald Gibson, Ph.D., dean of the O'Malley School of Business. "Powered by our programs, our students get internships and jobs with a range of firms, from the Big 4 firms, to strong regional firms, to those in industry."

The 30-credit, full- or part-time, one-year program provides a CPA licensure qualifying curriculum structured to meet the education requirements of the State of New York accountancy regulations. 

The program is online for maximum flexibility, with both asynchronous and weekly “live” virtual sessions to interact in real time with faculty and other students. 

Interested in learning more about applying to the M.S. Accounting program? Prospective applicants should complete this form to request information and contact graduateadmissions@manhattan.edu with any questions.

For more information about the program curriculum, please contact Fengyun Wu, Ph.D., chair of the department of accounting, business analytics, CIS and law, at fengyun.wu@manhattan.edu

By Pete McHugh