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Program overview

The mission of the Master of Management Accounting (MoA) program is to prepare highly competent accounting professionals capable to apply accounting and business knowledge for the betterment of individuals and for the public good.

 

Learning objectives

  • Knowledge of the principles and concepts of accounting
  • Ability to obtain knowledge and understanding structured to solve complex problems
  • Critically evaluate financial statement information
  • Understand the relationships between management accounting and related fields
  • A professional and responsible attitude about the social and ethical aspects of business and science
  • Master self- study techniques and critical reflection
Nova accreditatie

Admission Requirements

Program structure

Candidates are admitted on a competitive selection basis.
In order to be eligible for admission to the MoA program, an applicant needs to fulfill the following requirements:

A. A Bachelor degree

B. At least two years of relevant work experience

C. English Proficiency

D. Successful completion of the Admission Required Leveling Courses

E. Submission of mandatory registration documents

The program consists of 60 ECTS and is lectured over 2 years in 9 modules, 4 Worksops and a Thesis. The modules are characterized as core, context and skills.

Mode of delivery

In-class lecturing is from Monday till Friday from 18:00 – 21:30 hrs. and on Saturdays from 09:30 – 12:30 hrs.

In class exams are on Saturdays from 09:30 – 12:30 hrs.

Class attendance is compulsory.

Title upon completion

Master of Accounting (MoA) granted by FHR Institute for Higher Education and certified by the Maastricht University.

The degree is nationally accredited by Nationaal Orgaan van Accreditatie (NoVA) and the international Accreditation by IACBE is pending.

Program Curriculum

  • English
  • Academic Skills
  • Foundations of Business Finance
  • Foundations of Micro-economics
  • Foundations of Accounting
  • Foundations of Quantitative Research Techniques & Statistics
  • Management & Financial Accounting
  • Financial Reporting & Analysis
  • Management Information Systems
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Auditing & Assurance Services
  • Organizational Behavior & Leadership
  • Strategic Management Accounting and Control
  • Corporate Governance
  • Research Methods 1 workshop
  • Subject Research Workshop
  • Research Methods 2 workshop
  • Thesis Workshop
  • Master Thesis