Learn, grow, lead.
Career advancement is the goal of virtually every business school student. That’s why our 150-credit-hour compliant MS in Accountancy program not only educationally qualifies you to sit for the New York State CPA exam, it equips you with the skills you need to succeed in the field.
Where do our Accountancy graduates go?
We connect graduates with top employers who understand the value of a world-class business education and offer comprehensive services to prepare you for career success. The following companies have recruited Simon Accountancy graduates:
LEAD WITH in-demand industry skills.
Our comprehensive curriculum gives you critical skills that address the operational, analytical, and theoretical aspects of accounting to give you a fully immersive experience.
Financial information interpretation and analysis
Utilizing financial statement information to inform business strategies and decisions
Assessing an organization’s financial position and predict future performance
Identifying, understanding, and evaluating tax-planning opportunities
Laws, regulations, and ethical considerations, as they apply to accounting practices
Beyond the classroom.
Accountancy graduates have the well-rounded skill-set employers look for by preparing with experiences that expand beyond the classroom.
Helps prepare you to succeed as a business professional by tailoring both your education and activities to help meet your career goals.
Be ready for a constantly evolving business world by tackling problems for real companies with our hands-on learning opportunities.
Supports you throughout your job search by teaming up to offer a wide range of professional development services and programs that will help you gain the critical behavioral skills that employers want.
Benefit from involvement in our many social and professional clubs that can help you develop leadership skills and expand your professional network.
A wealth of opportunity.
Students who graduate with their MS in Accountancy are generally interested in starting their career in a public accounting role, such as accountant, advisor, external auditor, or tax preparer. Other candidates may pursue employment within a corporate accounting or internal audit role, such as business analyst, compliance officer, cost accountant, or a number of other business critical roles.