Whitman iMS in Accounting Experience

Our iMS in Accounting is a limited-residency distance learning program for accounting professionals. The iMS program features the same curriculum and faculty as the full-time MS in Accounting program at Whitman and the degree awarded is the same. Prospective students must possess a qualified undergraduate degree in accounting. 

In most states, becoming a CPA involves earning a total of 150 credit hours of collegiate training – 30 hours beyond the typical undergraduate program.  The iMS allows accounting professionals the opportunity to earn their MS degree in a flexible format while working full-time.  Our program blends three weeks of residency on the SU campus annually with longer periods of distance learning.
 

Curriculum

Curriculum

See a sample curriculum for students participating in our iMS Accounting program.

Admissions

Admissions

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Program Costs

Program Costs

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Explore Whitman's four financial support opportunities: merit-based awards, loan programs, government aid and employment.