The Master of Science in Accounting (M.S.A.) is designed to help professionals understand the function of accounting within their organizations and in the global marketplace and to relate sophisticated theoretical concepts to practical problems. The demand for specialists in the field of accounting has accelerated dramatically as financial regulations have evolved and will only continue to grow as corporations continue to become more transparent.
Anthropology is the study of human behavior and multicultural diversity. That exploration of what it means to be human ranges from the study of culture and social relations, to human biology and evolution, to languages, to music, art and architecture, and to vestiges of human habitation. It considers such fascinating questions as how peoples' behavior changes over time, why and how people from distant parts of the world and dissimilar cultures are different and the same, and how the human species has evolved over millions of years.
Accountants offer the knowledge and perspective to help businesses measure financial results, improve business processes, and comply with the Internal Revenue Code. The 120-credit bachelor’s program in accounting provides the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to prepare you for virtually any role in this increasingly challenging and exciting profession.