K-State launches online Master of Accountancy
MANHATTAN — Launched for the fall 2020 semester, Kansas State University has developed an online Master of Accountancy program.
The 30 credit hours program, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business and certified by the Institute of Management Accountants, was previously available only in an on-campus format. It retains the same rigorous coursework in a variety of cutting-edge topics, such as accounting analytics, financial statement analysis, business valuation, and international and multijurisdictional taxation.
"Now more than ever we are looking for ways to deliver our programs in innovative and online formats," said Brett Wilkinson, head of the accounting department in the K-State College of Business Administration. "We have a long history of producing Master of Accountancy graduates on campus, and we are excited to continue that tradition from anywhere in the world."
The online Master of Accountancy offers a well-rounded curriculum developed by world-renowned faculty from the College of Business Administration. It uses the university's standard pricing structure and does not require the completion of the GRE, the graduate school entry exam.
For more information or to apply, visit online.k-state.edu/programs/master-of-accountancy.