Earn your CPA in as a little as 20-months. The University of Miami's online Master of Professional Accounting program offers a top-ranked business program taught by the same unmatched faculty who also teach on campus. The Master of Professional Accounting program can be tailored to students' background and aspiration with a certificate option and track for those with a non-accounting undergraduate degree.
The University of Miami's online Master of Professional Accounting program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). All online programs are also accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and 23 other professional accrediting agencies.
UOnline's accounting program includes 4 options that can be tailored to your interests and aspirations. Relevant and rigorous courses prepare you for the CPA exam and / or to earn other accounting certifications such as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Students can take one of two paths.
For those with previous accounting experience we recommend completing the Accounting Practice Certificate and either the Master of Professional Accounting (with CPA track) or MBA with Focus Area in Accounting.
For those with no previous accounting experience we recommend completing the Accounting Practice Certificate and either theMaster of Professional Accounting, MBA with Focus Area in Accounting, or Master of Professional Accounting.
Our faculty puts the success of our students first. For example, as part of the program you will receive 1-1 consultation with your professor at the start of your program. Most faculty have 10+ years of teaching at the University of Miami as well a professional and practical experience. Prior teaching experience at MIT, Duke, the University of Michigan, the University of Rochester, and Georgetown University and prior professional experience inlcudes the American Taxation Association, Ernst & Young, Price Waterhouse, ExxonMobil, and The United States Goverment.