The School of Accounting at CMU is one of only five programs in the state of Michigan that have earned the prestigious accounting accreditation granted by the AACSB
The School of Accounting offers two bachelor's degrees, a minor, and an MBA concentration for graduate students. Additionally, the School of Accounting offers an Accounting Information Systems major, which is an interdepartmental program combing accounting and business information systems.
Accelerated MBA Accounting Concentration
The School of Accounting has developed an accelerated program that allows students to earn both a BSBA and MBA with 156 hours, rather than 162. With proper planning, the accelerated program typically allows students to graduate with an MBA by earning an incremental 24 credit hours beyond their undergraduate program (typically one additional year of course work). Additionally, for those students pursuing a CPA license, the accelerated MBA program help fulfills the State of Michigan CPA education requirements
If you are interested in pursuing the accelerated MBA Accounting Concentration, you should apply for the MBA program
during your junior year of college. You will also need to sit for the GMAT
before your senior year of college. You must be admitted to the MBA program before taking
ACC 501 and ACC 531.
Course Descriptors and Degree Requirements To view the most accurate requirements of the degree you wish to pursue, please click here to select the Academic Bulletin that applies to your plan of study. Then simply select the department and specific major and minor you are pursuing.
For additional information, please contact:
Chad Stefaniak, Chairperson