About this course
The master of science in accounting program is registered with the New York State Education Department as meeting the 150 semester-hour requirement for CPA candidates. Students who complete the program will be permitted to sit for the CPA examination. Course work emphasizes asset valuation and related problems of enterprise reporting, tax research and planning, comptrollership and managerial accounting, contemporary accounting topics, and accounting requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
This program requires extensive preparation in the areas of professional accounting and general business. Applicants who have completed the bachelor of science degree in accounting (public accounting) at Brooklyn College satisfy the undergraduate education requirements of this program. All other applicants must present coursework equivalent to the requirements for the B.S. in public accounting at Brooklyn College.