Even if you have little or no background in accounting or finance, Keller's Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree program can help you tap into these growing opportunities. And when you add a professional designation—Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)—to your Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree, you can open the door to advanced career opportunities and increased salary potential in this highly competitive field.
Discover the Keller Advantage in Accounting and Financial Management
Designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the fundamentals of accounting and financial management, Keller's Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree program, with a choice of three emphasis areas, provides a real-world blend of theory and application that can be put to use immediately in the workplace. For students seeking a career-oriented master's degree program—including an online learning option—that can be customized to your professional needs and interests, Keller will give you the advantage. Here's why:
Recognized leader. A pioneer of the practitioner-based approach, Keller has 35 years of experience in graduate management education. Keller has also been a leader in online education, with a decade of experience in the design and delivery of Internet-based learning and graduate business courses.
Skills employers value. Keller works with top business leaders to design its courses and programs to ensure its graduates will meet their needs. Our program will sharpen students' analytic, communications and teamwork abilities, but also provides more of the practical applications and integration skills that today's employers seek.
Professional credentials. Upon successful completion of the courses within your Keller Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree program, you can earn a professional designation that matches your interests and career goals. The Keller MAFM degree program allows you to choose between three professional designation emphases - Certified Public Accountant (CPA), with courses that integrate the Becker CPA Review methodology; Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), with courses that integrate the Stalla exam preparation methodology; and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Management core. Our master's degree programs require you to complete a core set of management courses, which will focus on teaching the general skills critical to success in the business world. These are the applicable skills that you'll need to achieve new levels of career potential.
Faculty expertise. Grounded in real-world management experience, our practitioner-faculty will lead you through case studies and team projects in a dynamic class environment. You'll explore the strategies that deliver the most effective solutions and gain the skills necessary to build your team and prepare your organization for the challenges of competing in a changing global marketplace.
Flexible scheduling. In addition to the credibility you expect, Keller also offers the flexibility you need. With 8-week courses that begin six times a year, you can begin your Keller coursework at any time throughout the year and even take a session off if necessary.
Onsite and online. At Keller, you can choose from evening or weekend classes at more than 80 locations nationwide and experience the ultimate flexibility of learning online. Attend onsite. Learn online. Or choose the best of both. Build the schedule and choose the commute that fits your needs and keeps your life in balance.
Lifetime career assistance. Whether you earn your master of accounting and financial management degree online or onsite, Keller offers exceptional career services to help you identify opportunities, make the most of your experience and credentials, and secure the position you've always wanted.
Your Keller Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree is available now. No GMAT testing is required, and classes are available at a location near you. Or earn your MAFM online.