Associate in Science in Accounting

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
The Master of Accountancy is a one-year, intensive program of advanced study for students who have earned an undergraduate degree in accounting. It provides students with exposure to advanced theories and topics in the growing field of accounting. The program offers an opportunity to pursue specialized interests as well as a broader knowledge of the accounting discipline in general.

Students are prepared for careers as professional accountants in public and private organizations. Graduates develop specialized skill sets, research authoritative databases, and propose solutions to complex and controversial accounting problems. Graduates draw on their integrated, comprehensive body of knowledge and experience to make accounting-related decisions.

Students who complete their undergraduate degree in accounting at Hodges University or the equivalent from an accredited institution will normally meet all prerequisites for the Master of Accountancy Degree. However, students without an undergraduate degree/equivalent in accounting or lacking foundational prerequisites may be required to incorporate additional courses to complete the Master of Accountancy program.
 
The Master’s of Accountancy Program was implemented in September 2013. This program is not currently accredited by IACBE. It can be considered for accreditation after two years of assessment data have been collected and submitted to IACBE with an application for accreditation.  See the Graduate Bulletin for detailed degree requirements.
 
Bachelor of Science >
The principal objective of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program is to provide students with accounting, business, and technical knowledge which will serve as a basis for positions in industry, government, non-profit organizations and public accountancy. The curriculum is designed to give students a firm foundation in liberal arts as well as in the practical and theoretical aspects of accounting principles. Upon successful completion of the program, students will have acquired skills in the five major subject areas of accounting; namely, finance, information systems, management, taxation, and auditing. See the Undergraduate Catalog for detailed degree requirements.

Associate in Science >
The primary objective of the Associate in Science in Accounting degree program is to prepare students for entry level positions as accountants in business, public and private accounting, government, and other non-profit organizations. The curriculum is designed to give students a firm foundation in liberal arts as well as in the practical and theoretical aspects of accounting principles. Upon completion of the program, students will have a working knowledge of the preparation and interpretation of financial statements, computer applications, basic business, management and legal concepts applicable to the accounting profession, economics, and federal income tax procedures. See the Undergraduate Catalog for detailed degree requirements.
 
 
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What makes a solid accounting professional for the 21st century? It is the knowledge, skills and attitude developed in a top-notch Bachelor of Science in Accounting program, like the one at Hodges University. Students are prepared for a variety of accounting careers. 
 
In addition to the recognized academic excellence of the program, students receive instruction from professors who are both academicians and former accounting practitioners. Accounting courses feature theoretical and practical problem solving and communication skills.


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Bachelor of Science in Management

The Management Program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded background in the management discipline and is delivered in a fast-paced environment.

 
 
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