This dual degree offers the student the opportunity to take advantage of course overlap between the MS in Accounting and MS in Finance curricula, and both degrees can completed in 51 graduate credits.
The MS-Accounting builds on your undergraduate education and equips you for the full range of opportunities in public accounting, controllership and corporate accounting. It allows individuals with bachelor degrees in accounting to quickly satisfy the 150-credit hour requirement for the certified public accounting examination in effect in Michigan and most other states.
The MS-Finance is designed to provide the depth of specialization necessary for success in the complex and dynamic financial profession, including careers in financial institutions, corporate finance, and investments.
University of Michigan-Dearborn students who have been admitted to the MS-Accounting/MS-Finance may take up to 6 graduate credits during the final semester of their undergraduate program.
MS-Accounting Core Courses 21 credits
MS-Finance Core Courses 18 credits
MS-Finance Elective Courses 9 credits
Elective 3 credits
Students who wish to pursue the dual MS in Accounting and MS in Finance must meet the entrance requirements of both programs.