Master of Science, Accountancy
Boise State University
Time to Degree
1.5 years (3 semesters)
About the Program
Boise State University’s online Master in Accountancy program is dedicated to providing you with a top-tier education, marketable skills and professional connections. The program equips you with the depth of knowledge in accounting necessary to take the CPA exam and teaches skills in financial analysis and business development. Students in the Boise State Online MSA program have a CPA pass rate of 92% for first-time test takers.
Program of Study
Graduate Major Core Requirements take the following courses, take 12 credits12 creditsACCT505 - Advanced Auditing3 creditsACCT512 - Financial Report Theory3 creditsACCT530 - Corporate Tax Law I3 creditsACCT550 - Data Analytics for Accounting3 credits
Take at least 18 credits from the following: Accountancy Courses (6-15) take the following courses, take 6-15 credits6 - 15 credits6-15 out of total 18 credits can come from this areaACCT507 - Forensic Accounting & Fraud3 creditsACCT510 - Advanced Financial Reporting3 creditsACCT514 - Advanced Managerial Accounting3 creditsACCT516 - Financial Statement Analysis3 creditsACCT518 - Intl Financial Reporting3 creditsACCT590 - Practicum/Internship1 - 12 credits
Take at least 18 credits from the following: Accountancy and Taxation Electives (0-12) take the following courses, take 1-12 credits1 - 12 credits0-12 out of total 18 credits can come from this areaACCT520 - Tax Research3 creditsACCT525 - Partnership Tax Law3 creditsACCT535 - Estate and Gift Taxation3 creditsACCT540 - Taxation of Nonprofits3 creditsACCT546 - Accounting for Income Taxes3 creditsACCT570 - State Taxation & Procedures3 creditsACCT575 - International Taxation3 creditsACCT579 - Personal Financial Planning3 creditsACCT580 - Selected Accounting Topics3 creditsACCT585 - VITA Program1 credit
Grand Total Credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.