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  Sep 19, 2017
 
2012-2013 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Science in Accounting (MSA)


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Overview


Graduate Program


The Clark University M.S.A program readies you for a career in public accounting and financial management. You will be able to develop and analyze accounting information, provide assurances of financial control and accuracy, develop investment and tax strategies, and advise top-level managers as they make important decisions.

 

Graduate Requirements


Clark’s MSA program consists of 10 courses (units) for students with an undergraduate accounting degree program that follows the U. S. (U.S. GAAP) or international accounting (IFRS) standards. For those without the appropriate accounting degree, seven prerequisite courses are required, some of which may be waived based on prior coursework or waiver exams.

Full-time students typically complete the program in four or fewer semesters depending upon the number of courses that are waived. Part-time students typically complete the programs in eight semesters or fewer depending on number of waivers and courses taken per semester.

 

Elective Courses (total 5 units from the following 2 groups):


Prerequisite Courses


Faculty


Program Faculty


Dileep Dhavale, Ph.D., C.P.A.

Inshik Seol, Ph.D.

Zhihong Wang, Ph.D.

 

For a full list of faculty, including visiting and adjunct professors, please see the Faculty page on GSOM’s website.

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