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Core Courses of Master Accounting at Atlantic International University

Core Courses and Topics in Accounting:
Individual Income Taxation
Business Taxation
International, State, and Local Taxation
Analysis and Application of Accounting Data
Financial Reporting
Financial Statement Analysis
Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions
Auditing and Assurance Services
Advanced Auditing
Forensic Accounting
Financial Fraud Detection
Fraud Examination
Accounting and E-Commerce
Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
Equity Valuation
Fixed Income Securities
Derivatives and Risk Management
Business Law
Commercial Law
Negotiation for Financial Professionals
Professional Ethics
Corporate Governance
Accounting Information Systems Management
Orientation Courses:
Communication & Investigation (Comprehensive Resume)
Organization Theory (Portfolio)
Experiential Learning (Autobiography)
Seminar Administrative Development (Book Summary)
Seminar Cultural Development (Practical Experience)
Seminar International Development (Publications)

Research Project in Accounting:

Masters Thesis Project
MBM300 Thesis Proposal
MBM302 Master Thesis (7,500 words)
Publication: Each Master of Accounting graduate is encouraged to publish their research papers either online in the public domain or through professional journals and periodicals worldwide.

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Master Thesis Accounting at Rsm Erasmus University

The master thesis brings you the opportunity to investigate a topic of your choice in more detail, and forms an invaluable part of your educational experience. Two approaches are offered to you in regards to formulating your research question:
Your research question is purely derived from academic literature. You will gather data from available databases, investigate the data by using statistical techniques, and conclude with mainly theoretical recommendations.

Your research question is inspired by a managerial problem encountered in a company. You will gather data during an internship, investigate the data by using case study methods and/or statistical techniques, and conclude not only with theoretical findings but also with recommendations to the management of the company where the study is conducted.

No matter what the focus of your thesis is (a managerial or theoretical problem), you have to meet the academic standards our department stands for. The staff and researchers of our department provide assistance by coaching you along the entire master thesis process.

Master in Finance and Accounting at University of Karlstad

A corporate economist or a financial analyst both need knowledge of accounting and finance. This programme is designed to prepare for different jobs in corporations and public agencies and also to give students the opportunity to create their own degree by including elective courses. The one-year master added to a bachelor’s degree makes a total of a four-year study period. Since business students generally have at least four years’ training, the new one-year master is a competitive necessity in the job market, and very likely a qualification requirement in international corporations. It is also a requirement for authorisation as an auditor.

Students choose courses in business administration and other subjects to create their own degree. For a specialisation in accounting, a combination with judicial courses such as commercial or tax law is a good choice. A financially oriented degree could include courses in economics, mathematics or statistics. The one-year Master’s degree requires courses in accounting and/or finance 15 ECTS cr., research methods 15 ECTS cr., and a degree project 15 ECTS cr. The two-year Master’s degree requires an additional course in business administration of 15 ECTS cr., preferably accounting and/or finance, and a degree project of 30 ECTS cr. (including or replacing the one-year master thesis) The remaining degree requirements of 15 ECTS cr. and 30 ECTS cr. respectively are optional and can be studied abroad.

A Degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics, 60 ECTS cr. or a Degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics, 120 ECTS cr. is awarded upon completion of the programme. For examination and assessment regulations, see under the heading “Learning outcomes” in the programme study plan.

There are no set examination periods, and generally no final exam at the end of a semester, an academic year, or a complete study programme. Examination usually takes place at the end of each course, module, or unit.

Throughout the programme students have contact with external guest lecturers and partner companies. Degree projects are normally carried out in conjunction with one or several companies or other organisations.

Studies at the advanced level make you eligible for doctoral studies in, for instance, Business Administration. The subject in which your doctor’s degree will be awarded will depend on your previous studies. You also need to meet the prerequisites for doctoral studies of the subject chosen.