Do I need a bachelors in accounting to get a masters?
I went to college for a BS in Horticulture/Plant Science and have been working on, currently, an AS in Accounting. But do I need to get another bachelors in Accounting to be able to go for my masters? I am having a hard time finding information on it.
The reason that you are probably having a difficult time finding the information regarding this topic is that it is an institution specific question.
What you will have to do is contact not only the institution, but specifically the graduate accounting program to find out what you will need to do to become qualified for entrance into their program.
Also, it seems to me that you will probably have the qualifications that are needed, with the exception of some core prerequisite courses, which you will probably be required to complete before fully joining the program.
But again, contact the specific program to get that information.
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