In-class and Online Master's in Accounting
Starting Fall 2017, cohorts will be offered at both the Fairfax and Arlington campuses.
In today's accounting industry, organizations want leaders who can overcome challenges and provide solid solutions. In one word, it's about accountability.
The Masters in Accounting program at George Mason University's School of Business is offered as an on-campus program or online accounting degree (ranked #63 Best Online Graduate Business Program by U.S. News & World Report). The MS in Accounting program is designed to prepare tomorrow's global accounting professionals. It’s a masters degree in accounting that helps you meet the 150-credit licensing requirement and educate you in the key areas of business ethics and corporate governance.
The average starting salary of a George Mason University Masters in Accounting graduate is $10,738 more than those with only a BS in Accounting. 85.7% of Masters of Accounting graduates secured a position related to their academic or career during their time in the MS in Accounting program. Learn more about our students' accounting careers.
Capitalize on your career opportunities—and maximize your potential—with our Master of Accounting programs or Graduate Certificate in Forensic Accounting.