MBA-Accounting

MBA Program: Accounting Concentration

The University of North Texas at Dallas Master of Business Administration Accounting concentration provides the needed coursework for graduates with accounting degrees who want to qualify for the Certified Public Accountancy (CPA) exam. An MBA with the Accounting specialization gives you a thorough understanding of an organization’s finances, and a broad perspective of financial reporting, analysis, making strategic investment decisions and identifying risks. This accounting MBA degree program combines business acumen and management practices with a concentration in advanced accounting.

The UNT Dallas MBA program is the most affordable in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and our award-winning faculty provides you with the tools and skills to grow your career and solve complex business challenges, no matter what industry you decide to pursue. You can be critical in many roles, whether taxes, auditing, advisory, public or corporate – an MBA graduate with an Accounting Specialization from UNT Dallas is skilled at working with businesses, people and numbers.

For more information please contact Dr. Theodore Larson at ​theodore.larson@untdallas.edu.

What is an MBA degree in Accounting?

An MBA degree with an Accounting concentration from UNT Dallas opens many opportunities. A career in accounting can bring many rewards because these professionals help organizations and businesses make smart financial decisions and maximize profits. As an MBA with an accounting background, you will provide insight on fiscal efficiency and opportunities for growth. The U.S. Department of Labor projects that the demand for accounting professionals will continue to grow faster than average through 2026. (Link: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/accountants-and-auditors.htm)

Apply to the MBA Accounting Program at UNT Dallas today

  1. Submit an application for the graduate school through Apply Texas (http://www.applytexas.org)
  2. Select the degree program
    1. UNT Dallas Graduate School
    2. Master of Business Administration
    3. Select your MBA concentration
  3. Provide official transcripts from all colleges and universities that you have attended