Forensic Accounting MS

The M.S. in Forensic Accounting program focuses upon the integration of accounting, auditing, legal and investigative skills in the prevention, detection and investigation of financial fraud as well as in dispute resolution. The one-year program is designed to prepare students for the complex and challenging world of business and accounting fraud, and meets the 150- semester credit hour education requirement for CPA licensure in New York State.

Degree Level: MS

Department: Accounting and Law

School or College: School of Business

Required Credentials: Transcripts, 3 Letters of recommendation (one academic reference is required, however two academic references are preferred), GMAT, Resume, Statement of Goals

Application Deadline for Fall Admission and Assistantship Consideration: March 1
Application Deadline for Fall Admission without Assistantship Consideration: March 1

Application Deadline for Spring Admission and Assistantship Consideration: Not available
Application Deadline for Spring Admission without Assistantship Consideration: Not available

Application Deadline for Summer Admission and Assistantship Consideration: Not available
Application Deadline for Summer Admission without Assistantship Consideration: Not available

Special Notes:

Admission consideration requires students to have an undergraduate degree in Accounting, or the equivalent.  The application deadline for International Students is February 1.

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Grad Bulletin URL:

http://www.albany.edu/graduatebulletin/business_ms_forensic_accounting.htm

Departmental Website:

http://www.albany.edu/business/school-of-business-graduate-accounting.php