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Now is the time to learn the language of business.

When you choose the Masters of Science in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program you'll go beyond just accounting; you'll build your knowledge in areas of finance and information systems, too.

Many courses in this program may be completed online or in hybrid format. If online or hybrid courses are for you, please contact our program director or your graduate adviser, to learn more.

This program is also available in a fully-online format. Learn more about the Online Masters of Science in Accounting and Business Advisory Services .

A 30-57 credit program.

Learn more about the program's requirements  and our approach that is makes it possible for working professionals to earn their M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services degree. 

Now offering the degree program on campus or fully-online

Did you know?

You don't have to live in the state of Maryland to qualify for "in-state" graduate business tuition rates. The university offers "Regional Residency" rates for graduate tuition.  Learn more about tuition rates by visiting UB's Tuition and Fees page or talking with an admission counselor.

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Video: Accounting Programs, Teaching the Language of Business

This is a specialized degree program designed to both further the success of current accounting professionals and equip career-changers with the skills necessary to enter and excel in this industry. This innovative program is ideal for those interested in the areas of public accounting, corporate or nonprofit accounting.

News

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Two Decades of UB Alumni Have Shaped Baltimore-Area's Largest Accounting Firms. Read the news release.

Reflections on a Year at the SEC. Faculty Spotlight by Mikhail Pevzner, Ph.D.

Contact Information

Mikhail Pevzner

Dr. Pevzner's web profile.

Mikhail Pevzner, CPA
Associate Professor of Accounting

e: mpevzner@ubalt.edu • p: 410.837.5862

Check out the 2017 Accounting Department Newsletter.

Printable Program Flyer (.pdf)

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Did You Know?

"Employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than average for all occupations."  Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Accountants and Auditors
(visited November 18, 2017).

The Merrick School of Business has several program offerings for graduate students.