Take your accounting career to the next level with Rider’s Master of Accountancy program. You’ll develop required technical competencies you need and meet evolving credit-hour requirements for licensure in the rapidly changing accounting field. You can even develop a career path in areas outside of public accounting, including corporate, financial or governmental entities through our elective course offerings.
Courses are taught in small sections, usually by full-time faculty holding doctoral degrees. Most are engaged in research in their fields and have business experience as well. Take advantage of every opportunity in this AACSB International accredited program. Plus, since most students are employed in professional or managerial positions, they bring a wealth of business experience to share. Students who wish to gain experience in the field of accounting are encouraged to participate in internships. Opportunities are available throughout the New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania tri-state area.
A MAcc Program That Fits Your Life.
We know you have commitments. That’s why the Rider MAcc program offers evening classes (Monday through Thursday) with some afternoon sessions. A limited number of Saturday courses are also available. Plus, all basic requirement courses are offered during both fall and spring semesters and in the summer. While most students pursue their MAcc on a part-time basis, courses are also scheduled to permit you to enroll on a full-time basis (four courses or 12 credits).
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John J. Farrell
Office: Sweigart Hall 249
Phone: (609) 895-5776
Fax: (609) 896-5304
Dr. Margaret O'Reilly-Allen
Office: Sweigart Hall 350
Phone: (609) 895-5505
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