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Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting

CAMPUSES Online Studies
SCHOLARSHIPS Yellow Ribbon

Career Options*

Accountant Banking Center Manager Banking Officer Accounting Manager Trust Officer Financial Auditor Revenue Tax Specialist

11%* Estimated Job Growth

Quick Facts

  • Degree: Master’s in Business Administration with Concentration in Accounting
  • Duration: 60 Quarter Hours
  • Location: Online

The mission of the MBA with a Concentration in Accounting program is to prepare individuals with skills in business management and accounting necessary in the workforce. The program will be completed online with all coursework and assignments submitted through the learning management system. Both a full-time and part-time option is available to allow students the ability to excel both in their present positions and in the classroom.

The curriculum is taught by highly qualified faculty and provides a balance of theoretical, practical, and analytical instruction. It’s flexible and convenient, so it can fit into your life how and where you need it.

The business administration faculty at South College are committed to teach, mentor, and guide those enrolled in the program. They come from all backgrounds and experiences to bring you the best education. Build upon your skills in business by earning your Master’s in Business Administration with  Concentration in Accounting degree from South College. Candidates interested in applying to the Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting program are encouraged to reach out today!

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Continuing Education

This and our other MBA programs are the most advanced business degrees offered at South College.

Additional Information

Accreditation

South College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award degrees at the doctorate, educational specialist, master’s, baccalaureate and associate levels.

CONSUMER INFORMATION

Amounts for tuition, fees, books, and supplies are subject to change. The information included here is estimated for a full-time student. South College follows the required methodology provided by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission for the reporting of employment information for graduates. This information is compiled on an annual basis and submitted to the Commission by October 15 each year for graduates during the most recently completed reporting year (July 1-June 30). For more detailed information related to the calculation of graduate employment rates, please click here.

*The career options listed above are a small sample of potential job titles, and are not meant to be comprehensive. Students may or may not find employment in these positions. Job growth statistics are taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014–2024 projections. Note that the Bureau does not publish estimates for all job titles, so in some cases these numbers are an approximation based on similar job titles.

Success at South College

Adam Hatcher

I went to college originally straight out of high school with the intent of majoring in musical performance with a concentration in theoretical studies. I was not prepared to for college at that point, so I decided to gain some experience and maturity by joining the work force full-time. After working for 10 years, I felt it was time to try school again.

- Adam Hatcher, Bachelor of Business Administration
Meghan Hosea

I considered dozens of schools with similar online programs, but South College was just so proactive and more helpful than the others. It was stress-free for me to enroll and get started. Also, being a military-friendly institution made it easier for me to use my Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits with the Yellow Ribbon Program.

- Meghan Hosea, Master of Business Administration
Samantha Williams

I really enjoy that most classes are not straight reading from a book, listening to PowerPoint presentations, taking a test and then moving to the next chapter. The instructors take the time to have class discussions and incorporate real world examples. To me, this makes the material more interesting and puts what I am learning into a better perspective.

- Samantha Williams, Master of Business Administration
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