Master of Science in Accounting

The Master of Science (MS) curriculum is designed to develop new understanding through research and creativity. Students in the Master of Science in Accounting will pursue a non-thesis option.

The James Benjamin Department of Accounting offers a standalone traditional MS in Accounting degree program that students enter after completion of a Bachelor's degree. This program enables the student to select a specialization in audit or taxation. Many accounting graduates are employed by public accounting firms that provide assurance, tax and other services to all types of organizations. Other accounting graduates pursue careers with business firms and financial institutions, within consulting firms, within all levels of government, and as accounting educators. MS in Accounting students must be able to complete coursework in College Station, Texas.

The department also offers a Flex Online Master of Science in Accounting degree in a fully online format. This program is designed for working professionals looking to advance a current accounting career or to move into accounting from another field. For additional information, contact the director of the Flex Online Accounting Program in the James Benjamin Department of Accounting.

This program is also approved for delivery via asynchronous or synchronous distance education technology.

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program