Program Highlights


  • Reasonable Cost. In determining tuition costs for the program, we have been sensitive to the financial demands on our students. For a graduate program at a national university, our cost structure is more than competitive. 
  • Nationally Accredited. We are one of only five programs in New England to have been awarded separate national accreditation by the AACSB, the international association for management education.
  • Meets Your Needs. Our program is now offered completely online in addition to the hybrid model we have traditionally offered.  The program is designed to accommodate the needs of individuals first entering the accounting profession. In our hybrid model, courses are offered in-residence during a summer session (15 credits) and online during the fall and spring semesters. Students must complete the four three-credit courses offered during the summer.  If your situation does not allow you to come to campus for the summer, you can take your classes online.  Thirty credits are required to earn the degree regardless of the model you choose.  Students preferring a fast-track can complete the degree in as few as seven months.
  • Fulfills CPA Requirements. By completing the master's degree, you will fulfill the educational requirements for CPA certification in Massachusetts, and eliminate the one-year experience requirement for receiving a certificate as a CPA.
  • Excellent Faculty. A highly relevant curriculum and first-rate faculty form the foundation of the Program. A recent AACSB accreditation report described our faculty as committed to its students and programs, with strong links to the practitioner community, and having a reputation among students and alumni as highly competent and caring.
  • Outstanding Placement. We are a primary recruiting school for the most distinguished employers in public accounting, including the Big 4. Thanks to our outstanding graduates, and to our network of committed alumni and friends, we have achieved a record of placement in public accounting that is second to none in New England.