Accountancy - Graduate GSSP

Designed for professionals who want to put their accounting career on the fast track, this program examines the changing and increasingly important role of accounting in global business. You will engage in thought-provoking case studies and practical research to develop a high-level understanding of auditing, financial accounting and reporting, taxes, management accounting, and more.

Pathways at University of Idaho

Bachelor's Degree


Master's Degree

Less than 5% of universities worldwide have AACSB accreditation
95% job placement rate of recent graduates
Students with a bachelor's degree in any subject are welcome to apply



Two semesters

Semester Start Date

Spring: January 2018

Fall: August 2018

Program components (2 semesters)
Semester 1 Credits

GSSP501 - Navigating the Graduate Pathway


GSSP502 - Academic Communication for Graduate Students


ACT492 - Auditing and controls

3 (U of I)

ACT550 - Fraud Examination

3 (U of I)

Semester 2  

GSS503 - Introduction to Graduate Research


GSS504 - Intercultural Issues for Graduate Students


ACCT521 - Accounting Data Analytics

3 (U of I)

ACCT483 - Fundamentals of Federal Taxation

3 (U of I)


24 / 12 (U of I)


Entry into second year of master's program

  • Master of Accountancy

Career opportunities

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Tax accountant
  • Accounting consultant
  • Financial analyst
  • Business manager
  • Corporate controller
  • Financial Planner

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