CSU Sacramento MS Accountancy

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Myoptimism, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. Myoptimism

    Myoptimism New Member

  2. Dave Wagner

    Dave Wagner Active Member

    Thanks for the info. It has been around for awhile. Did you notice any information about the size of the cohorts?

  3. macattack

    macattack New Member

    Actually, it is new (as of Fall 06) - I think the tax program has been around a while.

    The thing that strikes me is that this AACSB MS can be had for the price of all the CERTIFICATE programs being talked about here from NON-AACSB schools!

    $390 x 30 credits...$11,700 for the whole program. A little more for you money than Ellis, Golden Gate, etc.

    It is however, synchronous with courses 5pm-7:30 Pacific 2 nights per week. 6 week classes.

    Sorry, I guess I just get excited when I see a good deal. I think I'll sign up.

    Oh yeah, link http://www.cce.csus.edu/programs/ms_accountancy.htm
  4. Vincey37

    Vincey37 New Member

    I'm sure this program is great, but they need to be more flexible. An April 1 application deadline for the Fall session? Sorry, Sacramento State, but you're no USC. It's things like this that make me happy there are more market driven universities to provide alternatives.
  5. macattack

    macattack New Member

    Looks like classes start in July for "Fall" start.
  6. macattack

    macattack New Member

    UCONN starts, once per year with only summer and fall classes, April 1 deadline also. Auburn has similar time-frames for their admissions. I think FAU is a little more flexible on admission time-frames, but out-of-state tuition is insanely high. If you want an AACSB MS in accountancy, looks like you'll have to be a little flexible on your starting time.
  7. Han

    Han New Member

    There are some accreditation issues going on at CSUS (AACSB), I would look into that before jumping into a program there.
  8. Myoptimism

    Myoptimism New Member

    Hi K.H.
    I think I remember that you teach or taught there. Can you be more specific about the accreditation issues?
  9. Han

    Han New Member

    No, actually I can't :) (right now)

    If you google it, there is a public site the professors and adminsitration are coming up with a plan of what to do, what the issues are, and the consequences of what may happen.
  10. macattack

    macattack New Member

    I am not finding anything on a google search. Why can't you direct us to a PUBLIC site?

    Can someone help find information on this please

    Thanks you.
  11. Han

    Han New Member

  12. macattack

    macattack New Member

    Thanks Han! I'll check it out.
  13. macattack

    macattack New Member

  14. AV8R

    AV8R Active Member

    I checked out the forum that Han recommended too but I can't really make out what CSUS' AACSB problem is just by reading the posts.
  15. Han

    Han New Member

    I take this quote directly form that site:

    How do we honestly present our current state of progress on this issue while not imprudently risking accreditation?
  16. Han

    Han New Member

  17. macattack

    macattack New Member

    I wonder how the "real AACSB review...in January or February of 2007" went? I imagine this California State University will get through this. Anyway, I have decided to get through an MBA first. By the time I'm ready, maybe this will all be sorted out. If not, there are other AACSB programs, just a little more expensive.

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