MBA for Accounting Professionals For internationals seeking US practical training internships
America’s only MBA offering these benefits:
- Two semesters of full-time study at our U.S. campus (Phase 1)
- Two years of paid practical training in a U.S. company (Phase 2)
- Extensive financial aid
- Safe and friendly campus community
The MBA for Accounting Professionals program addresses the needs of international accounting professionals who want to deepen their knowledge of U.S. accounting and audit practices used in multi-national companies and international non-government organizations (NGOs).
Many of our graduates become fully-licensed Certified Public Accountants (CPA) or Certified Management Accountants (CMA).
How It Works
Students in this track start with an 8-month, full-time academic intensive on campus followed by up to 2 years of credit-bearing, full-time accounting internships with companies in the U.S.
Students engage in ongoing academic coursework to complete their degree requirements. International students can take advantage of training opportunities by means of authorized Curricular Practical Training (CPT).
The entire program is 2.5 years in length.
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- MGT 5130: Business Law and Taxation for Accountants (4 credits)
- MGT 5141: Intermediate Accounting I (4 credits)
- MGT 5142: Intermediate Accounting II (4 credits)
- MGT 5152: Auditing for Financial Accountants (4 credits)
- MGT 5168: Computerized Accounting Systems (2 credits)
- MGT 5514: Enterprise Performance Management (4 credits)
- MGT 5859: US and International Accounting Practices (2 credits)
Course offerings may vary depending on the academic calendar and the recommendations of your academic advisor.
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