The Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business prepares students with the latest technologies and advanced courses for specializations to distinguish candidates to stand out. Our Master’s in Accounting (MSA) program includes a robust plan of study to ready students for multiple roles including public, government and nonprofit accounting with specializations in forensics and entrepreneurs. Foundational courses elevate your law, ethics and communication skills. Top firms offer specialized services and higher salary potential for CPA accountants and auditors.
|3||639 Advanced Auditing and Auditing Analytics|
|2||634 Business Law for Accountants|
|2||6341 Communication for Accountants|
|2||Accounting Data Analytics|
|2||Private Equity Accounting|
|3||Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis|
|3||Government and Nonprofit Accounting|
|2||Public Company Reporting and Regulation|
|3||Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination|
|3||Accounting Consulting for Entrepreneurs|
|2||Pricing Strategy and Analysis|
|3||Accounting for Managers|
|2||Web Data Analytics|
|2||Analyzing Unstructured Data|
|2||Negotiations in Organizations|
Not a complete list.
A summer internship is highly recommended for those beginning the program in January.
If you would like to receive more information about the MS Accounting program at Purdue, please fill out the form and a program specialist will be in touch.
We also have availability to meet with you virtually to discuss how your goals align with our curriculum, community, student experiences and outcomes to determine if Purdue is the right fit for you!