Online Master's Degree In Forensic Accounting

While the minimal requirement for a forensic accounting career is a bachelor's degree, many employers look favorably on the more advanced master's degree because it indicates a higher level of knowledge and training. Almost every state and the District of Columbia require accounting candidates to complete 150 hours of college coursework, which is 30 hours beyond the traditional bachelor's degree. For this reason, many universities have begun incorporating a master's degree program into those 150 hours. If you have to put in the extra hours anyway, it makes sense to get a degree out of it.

Earning a master's degree online takes time and costs money, but a flexible class schedule allows students to work and study at the same time. You can also attend any online university you want without having to relocate.

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