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Accountants no longer simply crunch numbers; today's accountants must be masters of information technology and data. By earning a Master of Science in Accounting from UConn, you'll not only acquire the technical accounting knowledge you need, but also develop invaluable decision-making skills and learn to harness the power of today's latest technologies.

UConn's MSA has been ranked among the Top 10 by U.S. News & World Report for six consecutive years. This fully-online, AACSB-accredited program can open the doors to leadership positions, help you increase your earning potential, and even fuel a career switch into the field of accounting.

With so many MSA programs offered throughout the country, learn more about why UConn leads the pack.

  • UConn is one of only 189 institutions that hold a second specialized AACSB accreditation - specifically for accounting programs.
  • UConn was one of the first online MSA programs in the country.
  • UConn provides all of the additional credit hours required to sit for the CPA exam in most states.
  • UConn MSA courses are taught fully online, enabling you to work at your own pace and on your own time, from anywhere in the world.

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UConn's MSA consists of 30 accounting course credits which may be applied towards state specific accounting education requirements and the overall 150 education course credit requirement for licensure as a CPA. Educational requirements for eligibility to apply for licensure varies from state to state. It is the responsibility of each prospective applicant and student to know the educational requirements in the state for which you plan to apply for licensure. Overview by state is provided to disclose whether the program curriculum meets educational requirements for licensure as determined by state.

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