MSA Fall Program
The BC MSA Program offers a flexible curriculum that is tailored to your academic background. Courses focus on concepts that can be practically applied to professional accounting practice, and you learn from an accomplished faculty possessing valuable experience in the industry.
Each student receives a personilzed course worksheet upon entering the Program that lists the specific courses you need to take to fulfill the MSA degree. Completion of the Program requires a minimum of ten course (30 credit hours) and at least six accounting classes, including the three core MSA courses.
As an accounting major, you may begin the MSA program in either June or September, and matriculation options remain flexible for students who accept an offer with a firm prior to the start of the Program. Typically, students complete their studies over two academic semesters.
MSA Fall Curriculum
|Taxes and Management Decisions
|Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|Assurance and Consulting Services||3|
|Accounting Electives (3)
|Non-Accounting Electives (4)
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS/COURSES
*Students must take at least two accounting-related electives
NOTE: If you are interested in taking the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam, required courses vary by state. For specific CPA requirements by state, please visit the "Exams" section of the NASBA website.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT
The Carroll School is committed to instilling a strong sense of community service in its students. In an effort to align this commitment with the program, all MSA students must fulfill a requirement of 10 hours of service to others through meaningful work as volunteers.
MSA Class Profile
MSA Employment Report
Career Resources for MSA Students