BOOST YOUR SKILLS

Your online Master of Science in International Accounting will teach you how to:

  • Perform professional accounting in a global economy
  • Improve your understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards, the regulatory tax environment, and tax compliance
  • Analyze the framework for international accounting standards 
  • Understand the key differences between the U.S. GAAP system and international accounting systems
  • Analyze international taxation and regulatory requirements for tax compliance
  • Apply key financial concepts to international markets

AT-A-GLANCE

Winter Classes Start:

January 6

Courses to Complete:

12

Cost Per Course:

$1,680

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ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING COURSES

COURSES IN CONCENTRATION

  • ACC 568 - INTERNATIONAL TAX PLANNING AND RESEARCH

    Get a comprehensive overview of the tax systems of key European, Asian, African, South American and Central American countries, as well as Canada. Examine the various complex issues in partnership and corporate tax planning, and the tax issues involved with joint ventures and consolidated returns filed in the United States.

  • ACC 572 - INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING REPORTING STANDARDS - IFRS

    Focus on the key principles of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and how these standards are used for financial reporting. Discuss the differences between rule-based U.S. GAAP and principle-based accounting concepts related to accounting thought, practice, problems and issues.

  • FIN 535 - International Finance

    Explore international business finance tools, applications and concepts used in formulating effective financial management strategies. Examine fundamental international financial relationships and transactions among firms, foreign exchange rate determination and forecasting, foreign exchange risk and exposure, balance of payment accounting and evolution of the international monetary system. Analyze special topics, such as working capital management strategies, capital budgeting, cost of capital and optimal capital structure in the context of international operations.

COURSES IN MAJOR

  • ACC 557 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Get a framework for financial accounting concepts and practices used internally and externally in businesses. Topics include the accounting cycle, financial reporting, financial statements analysis, ratio calculation and interpretation, and management decision making based on financial results.

  • ACC 560 - Managerial Accounting

    Prerequisite: ACC 557

    Covers the creation, use, and interpretation of internal accounting data and information. Emphasizes the managerial functions of cost control and reporting, budgeting, profit planning, and projections used in decision-making.

  • ACC 562 - ADVANCED AUDITING

    Analyze current auditing issues in depth, including professional standards and ethics, internal control gathering and documentation of evidences, and statistical sampling. Focus on detailed analysis of audit programs and EDP, as well as concepts concerning the financial condition and operation of commercial enterprises.

  • ACC 564 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Get an introduction to systems analysis and how information systems concepts apply to the accounting process and accounting models, both manual and automated.

  • ACC 599 - GRADUATE ACCOUNTING CAPSTONE

    Apply knowledge related to financial and managerial accounting, forensic accounting and auditing concepts. Use critical thinking and decision-making skills in real-world business cases involving complex accounting decision through analysis, synthesis, prescription and application of accounting concepts. A grade of ‘B’ or higher is required.

  • ECO 550 - Managerial Economics and Globalization

    This course demonstrates how the U.S. and global economies function and how they impact your digital business. Topics covered include the power of markets, economic incentives, productivity and human capital, financial markets, government and political influence, the Federal Reserve, trade, and globalization. It will also get into the impact of technical advances such AI, robotics, automation and their related implications for the unscaled economy of the future.

  • FIN 534 - Financial Management: From Wall Street To Board Room

    Understanding financial concepts from board room basics to Wall Street wisdom is crucial at your digital startup. This course will provide an overview of key financial principles, statements and reports. Topics covered include financial concepts and analysis, the stock market, mergers and acquisitions, and financial statement development and evaluation as well ast FinTech topics such as blockchain, AI and cryptocurrency.

  • LEG 500 - Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance

    Understand how to apply ethics and evaluate the legal environment when making business decisions in the Digital Age. This course reviews approaches to enhance corporate accountability, foster an ethical work environment, ensure legal compliance and provide effective leadership at a digital startup. Learners will analyze the impact of management decisions, corporate governance and the leader's individual conduct on a digital business's ability to protect its business and meet its obligations to stakeholders.

  • LEG 565 - COMMERCIAL LAW

    Analyze the legal environment in which business must operate. Examine key provisions of the major federal laws related to labor, consumer protection, property rights, securities, bankruptcy and environmental protection. Review the various forms of business and the topic of corporate governance. Examine contracts and the UCC, product liabilities, torts and issues associated with intellectual property. Discuss legal issues associated with international business.

  • MAT 540 - QUANTITATIVE METHODS

    Apply quantitative methods to systems management (Decision Theory), and/or methods of decision making with respect to sampling, organizing and analyzing empirical data.

A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES

Explore the global financial landscape with an international accounting master’s degree from Strayer University.

 

Our students examine the relationship between domestic and international tax systems and review the International Accounting Standards (IAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) that shape the way business is monitored, measured, and reported throughout the entire world.

 

The critical international financial relationships that shape the political and economic policies of the global environment are reviewed in depth. Strayer’s international accounting concentration provides insight into the most important tax systems in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Central America, and Canada.

Our international accounting master’s degree program introduces you to the management of international financial systems, foreign exchange rates, and foreign exchange risk and exposure.

 

Understand the daily fluctuations of the global monetary system. Develop a thorough understanding of the ways companies of all sizes are impacted by the ups and downs of currency markets.

 

Where will your education take you? Be prepared to take on the world.

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