Accountancy: Financial Reporting & Assurance, MAS

for the degree of Master of Accounting Science, Financial Reporting & Assurance concentration


chair of department: Theodore Sougiannis

director of graduate studies: Nerissa Brown

associate director of graduate studies: Ashley Lamb

department website: https://giesbusiness.illinois.edu/accountancy
program website: https://giesbusiness.illinois.edu/accountancy/programs/msa/

college website: https://giesbusiness.illinois.edu/


overview of graduate college admissions & requirements: Graduate Admissions

overview of college admissions & requirements: Gies Catalog


department office: 360 Wohlers Hall, 1206 South Sixth, Champaign, IL 61820

phone: (217) 333-0857

email: accy@illinois.edu


The MAS program is a one-year program for students who have completed or are pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from an accredited U.S. institution. The Concentration in Financial Reporting & Assurance is one of the core concentrations available within the MAS program.


Graduate Degree Programs in Accountancy

Accountancy, MAS

with optional concentrations: 

Business & Public Policy | Corporate Governance & International Business | Data Analytics in Accountancy | Finance | Financial Reporting & Assurance | Information Technology & Control | Real Estate | Supply Chain Management | Taxation

Accountancy, MS (on campus & online)

on campus concentrations: 

Business & Public Policy | Corporate Governance & International Business | Data Analytics in Accountancy | Finance | Information Technology & Control | Supply Chain Management | Taxation

online concentrations:

Accountancy Analytics

Accountancy, PhD

Minor:

Accountancy


for the degree of Master of Accounting Science in Accountancy, Financial Reporting & Assurance concentration


ACCY 510Financial Reporting Standards4
ACCY 515Auditing & Assurance Standards4
ACCY 517Financial Statement Analysis4
Total Hours12

Other Requirements

Course substitutions may be approved by the Department of Accoutancy.
Other requirements may overlap.