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The MSA degree program includes advanced study in business administration and provides for greater depth and breadth in professional courses in accounting than is possible in current undergraduate degree programs or master’s in business administration programs. The MSA degree meets the requirements to sit for the CPA exam in North Carolina and most other states.
The MSA degree program requires between a minimum of 30 s.h. and a maximum of 45 s.h. and consists of three major components, the business core, the accounting evaluation, and the accounting breadth.
Courses required to fulfill the business core requirement are