UND’s online Master of Accountancy curriculum offers required courses that help you prepare to sit for your CPA examination. UND accountancy graduates consistently beat the national average on all four parts of the CPA exam, which is why they’re regularly placed at the top international, national and regional CPA firms.
Our online program focuses on the fundamentals of accounting and is designed for individuals who are new to accounting and would like to establish their careers in the field,
You can transform into a future-focused accountant in as few as 20 months with your master’s degree in accounting.
You can gain the skills to:
Conduct in-depth financial and performance-related analysis.
Make meaningful connections with clients and stakeholders.
Understand the importance that quality data has on strategic decision-making.
UND awarded nearly $100,000 in scholarships to Master of Accountancy students in the 2021-2022 school year. To review your options, visit our scholarship database, Scholarship Central. You can also estimate your tuition and fees using our Tuition Calculator.
Both foundational and advanced topics in business law relevant for the practice of public accountancy including agency law, contracts, negotiable instruments, ethics, legal representation in business and the impact of selected governmental regulations on businesses.
Seminar in Accounting Issues
Addresses current issues in accounting and develops appropriate professional judgment through researching and applying accounting standards.
Advanced Financial Accounting
Accounting for inter-corporate investments, business combinations and other advanced financial accounting topics.
This course examines business processes and controls within the context of enterprise resource planning systems (ERP), with an emphasis on the financial cycle.
Accounting Information for Decision & Control
Management accounting concepts and their application in internal planning, control and decision-making.
Taxation of Businesses
This graduate-level course covers federal taxation of business organizations.
Financial Accounting I
This is a first course in financial accounting for graduate students that has a preparer orientation, but also provides a foundation for analyzing financial statements. Specific content focuses on assets and current liabilities as well as the formats and uses of primary financial statements.
Financial Accounting II
This is the second course in the financial accounting sequence for graduate students. It has a preparer orientation, but also provides a foundation for analyzing financial statements.
Financial Accounting III
This course is part of the graduate financial accounting sequence. It has a problem-solving orientation, and involves the application of accounting principles to complex transactions and topics including deferred taxes, leases and pensions.
Audit & Assurance Services
Examines the role that assurance services play in improving the quality of information and its usefulness for decision-making. Materiality and risk assessment are considered along with processes and controls in relation to financial statement audits.