Deepen your understanding of accounting and learn how to measure organizational economic success with a graduate degree that will empower you to advance your career in business.
The Master of Business Administration (Accounting) at Excelsior College is specifically designed for adults who want to earn their MBA online while they continue to meet their job responsibilities and support their families.
ADVANCE YOUR BUSINESS CAREER IN ACCOUNTING
Excelsior's convenient, fully online MBA program lets you complete your degree by taking 8 or 15-week online accounting courses in financial statement analysis, corporate financial reporting and disclosure, government and not-for-profit organization accounting, along with business knowledge of the MBA.
The program provides the background to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) examinations.
You'll be ready to be promoted and take on accounting leadership roles with expertise in:
Preparing financial reports and disclosures
Financial statement analysis
Analyzing potential investment opportunities
Current issues in corporate, government, and non-profit reporting
EARN YOUR MBA DEGREE IN LESS TIME, FOR LESS MONEY
This online MBA program will help you spend less time and money as you earn your degree from an accredited college that's been a leader in distance learning since 1971. You'll enjoy:
Generous credit-transfer and credit-waiver policies that let you build on your existing knowledge and earn your MBA more quickly.
A cutting-edge academic program designed by world-renowned business educators.
Personalized academic support from advisors who know you by name.
Outstanding faculty from some of the country's top business schools.
Affordable tuition and fees competitive with public institutions, along with flexible-payment options, financial aid, and other forms of support.
MBA DEGREE CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
The MBA requires 36 - 45 credits, depending on a student's prior learning. Students may transfer in up to 24 approved credits. The program has 3 foundation requirements that can be waived on the basis of prior upper level undergraduate study in the relevant areas. Approved undergraduate courses must be no older than 10 years, with a grade of B or better. The foundation requirements are:
Any waivers will be counted as part of the 24 credits allowed in transfer. See catalog for further details.