The Master of Science in Accounting and Taxation (M.S.) program prepares students for careers in accounting and taxation. The program focuses on advanced technical competence in accounting and/or taxation, the effective use of technology in research and practice, effective communications with colleagues, clients and other stakeholders of diverse backgrounds, ethical responsibilities, and the development of life-long learning skills to maintain professional competence. Students may select either an accounting or tax track. The accounting track includes courses in accounting theory, international accounting, and accounting information systems. The tax track includes coverage of entity taxation, international taxation, tax research, and the taxation of estate and gifts.
|SPRING 2013 EVENING ADVISING APPOINTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE
In an effort to continue to find ways to serve your specific needs, the Office of Student Affairs will offer evening advising appointments. In addition to regular office hours, evening appointments are available on Wednesdays for the Spring 2013 semester.
To schedule your in-person or phone appointment, please call 239-590-7302.
EFFECTIVE FALL 2013: There will be changes to General Admission Requirements as shown in red below
General Admission Requirements
Note: Equivalency between the GMAT score and the GRE score is established using the ETS comparison table at the ETS website