Master of Business Administration
MBA with a Concentration in Accounting
The MBA in Accounting is a specialization in Wilmington University's MBA program. The program is designed for credentialed accountants, financial managers, and addresses the new Certified Public Account (CPA) licensure requirements in the State of Delaware.
One Size Does Not Fit All
Although the MBA in Accounting provides the foundation for management accounting and reporting success, Wilmington University recognizes that not all accounting students aim for CPA licensure. If the MBA in Accounting is not a good fit, explore the M.S. in Accounting or one of our other traditional or online MBA programs.
In addition to the MBA admission and candidacy requirements, the MBA Accounting concentration has the prerequisite completion of undergraduate Intermediate Accounting I and II with grades of “C” or better. The Wilmington University equivalent of these courses is BAC 201 and 202.
To fulfill the requirements for the MBA with a concentration in Accounting, students must complete an 18-credit hour Business Management core and an 18-credit hour concentration in Accounting.
MBA 6000 Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership
MBA 6100 Managerial Accounting
MBA 6300 Quantitative Business Analysis
MBA 6400 Economic and Financial Environment of Business
MBA 7200 Financial Management
MBA 7600 Global Marketing Management
MBA 8800 Business Strategy
Concentration in Accounting
MAC 7100 Financial Accounting Theory, Policy, and Research
MAC 7200 Advanced Managerial Accounting
MAC 7300 Issues in Auditing and Assurance Services
MAC 7400 Fraud Prevention and Forensic Accounting
MAC 7500 Federal Taxation, Policy and Research
MAC 7600 International Accounting and Taxation
Total of core and concentration courses is 12 courses or 36 credits.
WilmU has a lot to offer. Explore other WilmU traditional or online MBA programs.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.