The master of accountancy (MAccy) degree in the field of accounting analytics degree program offers a path for students at all skill levels. The 30-credit program is designed to prepare students for careers that combines both accounting and data analytics skills. An undergraduate degree in accountancy or business is not required. For undergraduate students, the School of Business offers dual bachelor of science (BS) with a major in accountancy and MAccy and BS with a major in business, accountancy concentration, and MAccy degree programs.
Visit the School of Business website for admissions information.
Supporting documents not submitted online should be mailed to:
The GW School of Business
Attn: Graduate Admissions
2201 G Street, NW, Suite 550
Washington, DC 20052
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits in required courses.
|ACCY 2002||Introductory Managerial Accounting|
|ACCY 6101||Financial Accounting|
|or ACCY 2001||Introduction to Financial Accounting|
|MBAD 6242||Microeconomics for the World Economy|
|STAT 1051||Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics|
|ACCY 6104||Intermediate Accounting I|
|ACCY 6105||Intermediate Accounting II|
|ACCY 6201||Accounting for Internal Decision Making|
|ACCY 6202||Advanced Strategic Cost Management|
|ACCY 6301||Contemporary Auditing Theory|
|ACCY 6501||Accounting Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing|
|ACCY 6900||Special Topics (Data Analytics for Accounting)|
|DNSC 6302||Programming for Analytics I|
|DNSC 6303||Programming for Analytics II|
|DNSC 6311||Stochastic Foundation: Probability Models|
|DNSC 6312||Statistics for Analytics I|
|DNSC 6314||Machine Learning I|
|DNSC 6315||Machine Learning II|
|DNSC 6319||Time Series Forecasting for Analytics|
Students who intend to take the C.P.A. examination should be aware that the coursework required for admission to the examination varies from state to state. Students are advised to consult the Board of Accountancy for the state in which they plan to take the examination and choose electives that meet that state’s requirements.