Why Rider’s Master of Accountancy?
Whether you want to launch your accounting career or take it to the next level, Rider’s Master of Accountancy program is your key to success. Our program is designed to provide you with the depth that you will need as an accounting professional. It has the flexibility to allow you to customize your MAcc degree to your career plans.
Rider’s M.B.A. Curriculum
At Rider University’s College of Business Administration, we are committed to providing our students with a relevant M.B.A. curriculum that responds to the changing needs of business.
Why Rider’s Online Master of Accountancy?
Ready to take your accounting career to the next level? Rider’s Master of Accountancy program is your key to success. Our Online MAcc program is designed for working professionals with a background in accounting who seek advanced credentials and education for CPA or other professional licensures.
Why pursue a Rider EMBA?
Today’s rapidly changing, complex and competitive global business environment poses challenges even for the most experienced business leader. Managers need to build their knowledge and diversify their perspective to handle problems and make executive level decisions in our fluctuating corporate world.
The TCNJ School of Business is a leader in undergraduate business education with a tradition of graduating students well prepared for the changing business environment. Read our Philosophy of Undergraduate Education here. View School Highlights, Mission Statement, Values and Vision here.
The School of Business at TCNJ offers undergraduate degrees with several specializations, including:
While most of our accounting graduates join public accounting firms upon graduation, they are also prepared for a variety of careers in accounting including Internal Auditing, Corporate Accounting, Governmental and Non-For-Profit Accounting, and Forensic Accounting.
Economics is the study of the ways society chooses to use its scarce resources to attain alternative and often conflicting goals. Our students are prepared for careers in business and government, and for graduate study in economics, law, business, and public policy or administration.
The study of finance provides the student with the ability to analyze the allocation of financial resources within a corporation, individual, or governmental setting; to analyze sources of funding and the ramifications of financial decisions; and to allocate these sources of funds. Our graduates are employed by banks, financial institutions, brokerage houses, major corporations, and the government.
The Interdisciplinary Business specialization is designed for students with specific academic and career interests who wish to tailor their academic course work into an approved course of study relevant to their particular career goals, and combine their interests in business and non-business disciplines.
The management specialization explores organization-wide topics such as organizational design, entrepreneurship, or corporate social responsibility; policy courses such as Strategic Human Resource Management or Compensation Management; and skill-building courses such as Negotiation, Leadership, Cross-Cultural Management, and Decision-Making.
Marketing is an exciting and important function of businesses and other types of organizations. The marketing specialization in the School of Business provides students with the knowledge and skills to effectively analyze marketing information and to make important marketing decisions, based on sound analysis.
Recognizing the increasingly connected global business environment the School of Business now offers Global Business programs, combining a business major with a minor or double major in International Studies offered through the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.