M.S. in Accounting and Information Technology

Prepare for
a career in I.T.

Develop accounting and information technology competencies needed in modern organizations with technical and research skills.


STEM-Designated
Grad Program

The M.S. in Accounting and Information Technology (MSAIT) program offers full-time students the ability to graduate in one year and working professionals the flexibility to enroll part-time. Classes are offered at our San Marcos campus. A majority of the classes are delivered online or via technology-enhanced formats that provide both face-to-face and distance learning. 

Key Benefits

  • STEM-designated with a focus on technology and analytical skills.
  • Provides the knowledge and hands-on experience in information security and control, regulatory reporting, business intelligence and enterprise information management.
  • Program can be used to meet the education requirements for the CPA license.

30

hours
to complete

Full-time students can finish a career-building master's degree with STEM designation in just one year.

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GMAT / GRE
not required

The MSAIT program does not require the GMAT or GRE for applicants.


Program Details


McCoy Hall
Student studying and writing
Avery Building at the Round Rock campus
Professor helping students at computer

Your Next Steps

The McCoy College of Business at Texas State University is accredited by the the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). For more than a century, AACSB accreditation has been synonymous with the highest standards in business education. McCoy College's Department of Accounting holds an additional AACSB accreditation. Fewer than 200 universities worldwide earn accreditations in both business and accounting.

AACSB accreditation logos for business and accounting

M.S. in Accounting and Information Technology

PROGRAM CONTACT
Laurie Brown
Department of Accounting
McCoy Hall 431
512.245.3897
Laurie.Brown@txstate.edu