Ph.D. in Management - Accounting
The Accounting specialization is designed to help accountants and auditors broaden their knowledge and business skills in various areas, including auditing, budget analysis, financial and international accounting, management accounting, accounting information system consulting, fraud examination, forensic accounting, and tax consulting and preparation services. Note: Students who do not have an undergraduate or master's degree in accounting must complete MGMT 3104 Accounting Principles or equivalent. In addition, students must complete a college-level course in differential and integral calculus. One of the only distance-learning doctoral programs in this field, Walden's Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences allows you to design a program of study that incorporates your unique expertise and interests. By focusing on scholarly research you can apply immediately, you'll gain the knowledge and credentials to have a greater impact in your profession.
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