Master of Science in Accounting covers advanced topics in finance, accounting, and management. Topics covered in concentration courses include accounting theories, liabilities and assets, corporate taxation, tax planning methods, financial planning strategies, and reporting techniques. The core curriculum addresses financial accounting practices, managerial accounting, accounting systems, global management practices, financial decision making processes, and corporate ethics and legal regulations.
This program prepares students for managerial careers in technical fields and offers a seamless transition from an applied associate's degree in a technical field to a bachelor’s degree. Strayer University’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Management degree lets you transfer your community college technical or applied science associate’s degree into an exceptional bachelor’s degree program- one that recognizes specific technical skills.
Strayer University's Bachelor of Science in Accounting program is an undergraduate program that is offered both on campus and online. The program focuses on the fundamentals of accounting and also includes a strong liberal arts component, emphasizing communication, critical thinking, and analysis. The Bachelor of Science in accounting features an Undergraduate Accounting Capstone, which provides you with the opportunity to analyze and dissect real-world business cases.