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Program at a Glance

Program
Master
College(s)
College of Business
Department(s)
Accounting
$369.65 per credit hour
$1,194.05 per credit hour

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The Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), Management Track prepares individuals for careers as professional accountants and consultants in public accounting, industry, financial institutions, government, and nonprofit organizations. Students in this program will specialize in the use of accounting data to make managerial decisions, monitor operations, manage an effective control environment, and design effective compensation systems.

The MSA degree is awarded upon satisfactory completion of a minimum of 30 credit hours, and a final written exit exam. In the total program of study, a minimum of 21 credit hours of the coursework must be completed in accounting, tax, or business law courses. Students, with the assistance and approval of the program adviser, may select other courses that reflect their interests and career objectives.

Total Credit Hours Required: 30 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Bachelor's Degree

Career Opportunities

UCF prepares you for life beyond the classroom. Here, you’ll experience a wide range of opportunity, like learning diverse skills from world-renowned faculty to networking with top employers across Central Florida to gaining first-hand experience in internships nearby. Achieve your degree and more as a Knight.
  • Account Auditor
  • Accountant
  • Auditor-In-Charge
  • Bank Compliance Officer
  • Budget Coordinator
  • Budget Officer
  • Chief Credit Analyst
  • City Collector
  • Cost Accountant
  • Credit Risk Analyst
  • Field Auditor
  • Fund Accountant
  • Income Tax Adjuster
  • Income Tax Advisor
  • Internal Revenue Service Agent
  • Licensed Tax Consultant
  • Payroll Auditor
  • Pension Examiner
  • Tax Revenue Officer
  • Tax Specialist
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