Master's degress, regardless of major, are generally a 2-year program. However, some people take a heavy load and finish in less time. Also, consider that you will need a bachelor's degree first. Bachelor's degress, regardless of major, are a 4-year program. However, some people have finished in less time. So basically it takes about 6 years.
The wisest way to prepare for a master's degree in accounting is to have your bachelor's degree in accounting first, or at least in business with an accounting minor or focus.
No, there is no such requirement. All you have to do it take all the upper / graduate level classes you have not taken in the grad school
the same as a normal masters degree, 5 years
A masters degree typically can take two to three years for full time students. Depending upon how many credit hours you've received and whether or not they transfer you may spend a year or less in obtaining your degree.
Usually it would take 1 or 2 years to get a masters degree in anything, assuming you have a bachelors degree
No college degree is necessary for this occupation.
a long time
Master's degree = Five years of college.
MS Degree = 5 years
The masters' degree can take between two and three years to complete, depending on the credit load carried per semester.
A bachelors degree is usually 4 years. The masters is part of graduate school. A masters can take anywhere from one to another four years depending on what you are getting your Masters in.
The masters degree can take between two and three years to complete depending on the credit load carried per semester.
about 6-8 years
after graduation it will take 2 years
The master's degree can take approximately two to three years to complete post bachelor's degree. The actual length of time depends on the specific program of study, the credit load carried per semester, and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university.
You can get an accounting degree in as little as 2 years with an Associate's Degree. However, to have really good earning potential as a business accountant, it would be better to get at least a bachelor's degree which takes 4 to 5 years or a Masters degree which would take an additional 2 years past a Bachelors.
There is no such thing as a degree in "writing", being able to write is a prerequisite of studying for any degree.
It can take approximately two to three years of course work.
The master's degree can take approximately two to three years to complete post bachelor's degree. The actual length of time depends on the specific program of study; the credit load carried per semester, and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university.
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You have to get your masters degree so it takes about 7 years.