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Online MS in Accounting

Challenge yourself in our intensive program designed to take your accounting career to the next level.

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For students with an undergraduate degree in accounting or another business discipline, the Master of Science in Accounting is a pathway to a successful career in accounting at a major public firm or private company. The program offers unique and flexible curriculum tailored to your individual needs. You’ll be given a challenging experience that will position you for a competitive advantage.

Earn your degree from an AACSB accredited university that will help you become a CPA licensed in most states including New York. Develop professional accounting knowledge and skills taught by world-class scholars and entrepreneurs in the industry. Courses are designed to address the current needs of the accounting profession and facilitate creative application of knowledge.

NY state requires 30 graduate credits which can include courses you transfer in from other graduate programs.

Students with undergraduate degree in accounting benefit from this program designed to assist with the transition to the CPA exam and professional practice.

Students with undergraduate business degree can also join this program and become CPA eligible.

Learn more about the CPA licensure requirements of New York State.

The Sy Syms Edge

Network of world-class scholars, entrepreneurs, and executives

Comprehensive core curriculum including data analytics specialty builds a foundation for success in any business

Renowned full-time professors inspire you through academic excellence. Impressive adjuncts bridge theory with real-time business practice

Small and personalized classes allow you to make lifelong business connections with professors and classmates

Full Program Breakdown

For students with an undergraduate degree in accounting or another business discipline, the Master of Science in Accounting is a pathway to a successful career in accounting at a major public firm or private company. The program offers unique and flexible curriculum tailored to your individual needs. You’ll be given a challenging experience that will position you for a competitive advantage.

Earn your degree from an AACSB accredited university that will help you become a CPA licensed in most states including New York. Develop professional accounting knowledge and skills taught by world-class scholars and entrepreneurs in the industry. Courses are designed to address the current needs of the accounting profession and facilitate creative application of knowledge.

NY state requires 30 graduate credits which can include courses you transfer in from other graduate programs.

Students with undergraduate degree in accounting benefit from this program designed to assist with the transition to the CPA exam and professional practice.

Students with undergraduate business degree can also join this program and become CPA eligible.

Learn more about the CPA licensure requirements of New York State.

The Sy Syms Edge

Network of world-class scholars, entrepreneurs, and executives

Comprehensive core curriculum including data analytics specialty builds a foundation for success in any business

Renowned full-time professors inspire you through academic excellence. Impressive adjuncts bridge theory with real-time business practice

Small and personalized classes allow you to make lifelong business connections with professors and classmates

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For students with an undergraduate degree in accounting or another business discipline, the Master of Science in Accounting is a pathway to a successful career in accounting at a major public firm or private company. The program offers unique and flexible curriculum tailored to your individual needs. You’ll be given a challenging experience that will position you for a competitive advantage.

Earn your degree from an AACSB accredited university that will help you become a CPA licensed in most states including New York. Develop professional accounting knowledge and skills taught by world-class scholars and entrepreneurs in the industry. Courses are designed to address the current needs of the accounting profession and facilitate creative application of knowledge.

NY state requires 30 graduate credits which can include courses you transfer in from other graduate programs.

Students with undergraduate degree in accounting benefit from this program designed to assist with the transition to the CPA exam and professional practice.

Students with undergraduate business degree can also join this program and become CPA eligible.

Learn more about the CPA licensure requirements of New York State.

Network of world-class scholars, entrepreneurs, and executives

Comprehensive core curriculum including data analytics specialty builds a foundation for success in any business

Renowned full-time professors inspire you through academic excellence. Impressive adjuncts bridge theory with real-time business practice

Small and personalized classes allow you to make lifelong business connections with professors and classmates

Contact Us

If you have questions about the program, please schedule an appointment with an Admissions Advisor. You can also email onlinesyms@yu.edu or call 1-866-545-9506.

Program Director

Henry Huang, Ph.D.
Learn more about Dr. Huang and all Syms faculty

Entry term: fall, spring, and summer

Admission requirements:

  • Unofficial transcripts from academic institutions where nine or more credits were earned can be submitted via the online application to start the review process. If admitted, official transcripts provided directly from academic institutions where nine or more credits were earned must be submitted no later than one month prior to the first day of class via email to gradschool@yu.edu. We recommend this option as it is the quickest and easiest way. If your academic institutions can only submit the transcript via mail, please have the sealed copies of official transcripts sent to:

    Yeshiva University - Graduate Enrollment Management Office
    Attn: Martha DeCaille
    500 West 185th Street
    New York, NY 10033

  • Current resume or CV demonstrating a minimum of three years professional experience

  • Two professional or academic recommendations

  • Application fee: $50 (waivable by the university; contact an Admissions Advisor for more information)

  • Students who completed their undergraduate studies at an international institution may be required to submit acceptable TOEFL scores to demonstrate English language proficiency

  • Applicants who have been awarded a bachelor’s and/or graduate degree from an international higher education institution outside of the United States or a non-English speaking Canadian institution will need to submit a course-by-course NACES transcript evaluation including all official transcripts confirming the degree is equivalent to U.S. standards. An applicant’s international credentials will not be reviewed for admission consideration until a transcript evaluation is completed. All transcripts will need to be submitted from each institution where nine or more credits were earned. If admitted, all official course-by-course transcript evaluations and unofficial transcripts are due before the first day of class.

 
Prospective Students

Entry term: fall, spring, and summer

Admission requirements:

  • Unofficial transcripts from academic institutions where nine or more credits were earned can be submitted via the online application to start the review process. If admitted, official transcripts provided directly from academic institutions where nine or more credits were earned must be submitted no later than one month prior to the first day of class via email to gradschool@yu.edu. We recommend this option as it is the quickest and easiest way. If your academic institutions can only submit the transcript via mail, please have the sealed copies of official transcripts sent to:

    Yeshiva University - Graduate Enrollment Management Office
    Attn: Martha DeCaille
    500 West 185th Street
    New York, NY 10033

  • Current resume or CV demonstrating a minimum of three years professional experience

  • Two professional or academic recommendations

  • Application fee: $50 (waivable by the university; contact an Admissions Advisor for more information)

  • Students who completed their undergraduate studies at an international institution may be required to submit acceptable TOEFL scores to demonstrate English language proficiency

  • Applicants who have been awarded a bachelor’s and/or graduate degree from an international higher education institution outside of the United States or a non-English speaking Canadian institution will need to submit a course-by-course NACES transcript evaluation including all official transcripts confirming the degree is equivalent to U.S. standards. An applicant’s international credentials will not be reviewed for admission consideration until a transcript evaluation is completed. All transcripts will need to be submitted from each institution where nine or more credits were earned. If admitted, all official course-by-course transcript evaluations and unofficial transcripts are due before the first day of class.

 
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