An MBA degree tells your current or potential employer that you've gained the advanced skills and knowledge needed to be a forward-thinking leader in the business world. An MBA with an accounting track combines accounting skills with management practice and theory in a contemporary managerial context.
Monmouth's program not only features a curriculum that underscores the complexity and diversity of managerial decisions in both the national and international economy, but delivers the material through small classes geared toward personalized attention.
“We offer a value-added program. Students who are in the program, as well as those who come back, will talk about the immediate value-added benefits of our program in terms of what they are doing at work.” - DONALD MOLIVER, PhD, DEAN LEON HESS BUSINESS SCHOOL
Monmouth faculty members are impassioned teachers and mentors as well as respected leaders in their field. Courses range from strategic planning to the ability to analyze and critically think through problems. Crucial skills like problem solving skills are paired with collaborative thinking, enforcing the value of critical thinking and the concept of working as a team.
This program is designed to further educational goals for those planning to sit for the New Jersey Certified Public
Accountant (CPA) exam. Today's requirements for CPA licensure include the completion of 150 credit hours, with 18 of those hours concentrated in graduate accounting.
MBA: Accounting Track Curriculum Chart