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Master of Science in Accounting and Analytics

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Master of Science


School of Business Graduate Program


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Stevens 30-credit master’s offers a unique opportunity to build analytical abilities essential to future success.

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30 Credit Program

Full time program

STEM designated program

CPA core plus curriculum

Program Highlights

Master Analytics-Driven Accounting Skills: The innovative curriculum is a unique STEM-designated program that equips students with vital analytical skills, positioning them as invaluable assets in today's data-driven accounting landscape.

Access to Wall Street Technology: Our accounting and analytics students gain hands-on experience with the same cutting-edge technological tools used by major Wall Street firms through the prestigious Hanlon Financial Systems Center.

Customizable CPA Exam-Aligned Curriculum: Students can tailor their education to match their career aspirations by choosing from a wide range of courses, including electives designed to complement the "Core + Discipline" CPA exam structure, including Business Analytics & Reporting (BAR), Tax and Compliance (TCP), and Information Systems & Controls (ISC).

Faculty Research Driving Real-World Change: Our students learn from faculty actively engaged in groundbreaking research that not only advances academic knowledge but also delivers practical solutions to accounting industry challenges faced by today's leaders.

Study Where the Action Is: Located in the riverfront community of Hoboken, adjacent to Manhattan, Stevens offers unparalleled access to some of the world's largest financial institutions and primary employers in the accounting field, facilitating invaluable networking and career opportunities.

GMAT/GRE test scores are optional for all master’s programs except MBA. Applicants who think that their test scores reflect their potential for success in graduate school may submit scores for consideration. Applicants should have completed the equivalent of a major or minor in accounting at the undergraduate level.

Bridging the Skills Gap

The gap between the skills accountants need and the skills traditional accounting programs actually teach has been widening. New tools and techniques for analyzing the ever-growing mountain of data are arriving daily, and only those prepared with the right tools will reach the summit. The Accounting and Analytics master’s program presents an opportunity to develop the expertise necessary to stay on the leading edge in the data-intensive worlds of accounting, auditing and financial reporting.  

Technology and a Stevens education are inextricably linked. An Accounting and Analytics master’s degree from Stevens leverages the university’s mission as a student-centric institution focused on technology to teach students advanced skills in data analysis. Stevens' STEM-designated Accounting and Analytics master's degree will: 

  • Deepen existing knowledge of accounting, auditing and financial reporting. 

  • Give students the analytic skills to make sound business decisions related to accounting and financial reporting. 

  • Better equip students with the traits that are quickly becoming “must-haves” for leading accounting and auditing firms.  

CPA Licensing 

The program’s wide range of electives provides students with a unique opportunity to customize a program that fits best with their goals and to choose a portfolio of electives that align with the “Core + Discipline” CPA exam structure. The CPA Disciplines include Business Analysis & Reporting (BAR), Tax and Compliance (TCP), and Information Systems & Controls (ISC).

M.S. in Accounting and Analytics Careers

The M.S. in Accounting and Analytics develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of roles like:

  • Audit Manager

  • Certified Public Accountant

  • Chief Financial Officer

  • Controller

  • Financial Analyst

  • Tax Accountant

Preferred Application Deadlines




SUMMER (Domestic Applicants Only)

Master's Full-Time

April 15

November 1

May 1

Master's Part-Time

August 15

January 1

May 1

  • Graduate programs admit students on a "rolling" basis, meaning that students may still apply after the preferred deadlines.

  • Students requiring an F1 Visa are strongly encouraged to apply by the preferred deadlines to allow time for visa processing.

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Meet the Program Director

Headshot of Program Director Ryan WynneRyan is a Teaching Assistant Professor of Accounting at Stevens Institute of Technology. He holds a Ph.D. in Accounting from Baruch College, an MBA from Baruch College, and a B.S. in Finance from Villanova University. His current research focuses on the impact of economic policy uncertainty on non-GAAP reporting. His prior research focused on capital distribution policy, investment management disclosure, and international tax policy. Ryan has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate level. His teaching experience includes financial and managerial accounting as well as managerial and business statistics. Prior to earning his Ph.D. at Baruch, Ryan was a banking and investments analyst for J.P. Morgan’s Private Bank. His work included portfolio re-balancing and securities analysis using financial statement disclosures.

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