The Master of Science in Accounting is designed to provide professional preparation at the graduate level for students wishing to pursue careers and advancement in taxation, public accounting, managerial or corporate accounting, and government. Our graduate courses help students extend and integrate their accounting knowledge by building on the knowledge received in undergraduate programs. The M.S. in Accounting provides the necessary accounting coursework to sit for the CPA exam and obtain the CPA license in Nevada.
Students may pursue either a full-time or part-time course of study to complete the 30-credit program. Students need not have an undergraduate degree in accounting or business. However, those without the undergraduate coursework on which the program builds will be required to complete those courses in addition to the 30-credit program.
Pursuing a career in accounting can provide a lifetime of professional opportunities. Earning your M.S. in Accounting is an investment in yourself and your future.
The A.A.C.S.B. - International Association for Management Education accredits the Master of Science in Accounting.
Jason Smith, Chair
Kimberly Charron, Graduate Coordinator
Master of Science - Accounting