Unlike your undergraduate experience, Mary Monterrojas Knapp will register you for your MSA courses. The schedule will be created based on how many semesters you will be attending, as well as the track of choice. Thirty hours of graduate work are required to graduate from the MSA Program. You will receive a survey in mid-May requesting information that will help us create your schedule. Fall registration will occur between mid-May and June, at which time Mary will communicate with you via email and explain the process once you have completed the survey.
2024-2025 MSA Curriculum will be posted soon
Summer Parking: Information on how to obtain a 2024 parking pass will be posted on the Parking Management website May 2024. If you are on a budget, we recommend you obtain an “off campus” parking for a reduced price. The off campus parking site is within walking distance to Farrell Hall.
If you are coming to Wake Forest for summer foundational courses, our summer dates are as follows:
Summer Session I: May 29 – July 3, 2024
Summer Session I Orientation: May 28, 2024 – Summer Session I Agenda – Coming late April.
Courses offered: Intermediate Accounting I (ACC 520) and Principles of Finance (FIN 510)
Summer Session II: July 9 – Aug 12, 2024
Summer Session II Orientation: July 8, 2024 Summer Session II Agenda – Coming June.
Courses offered: Intermediate Accounting II (ACC 530) and Introduction to Tax (ACC 540)
You do not need to register for these courses. You will receive an email with more information after we create your summer schedule.
MSA SUMMER 2024 Schedule will be distributed at Summer Orientation.
If you choose the 2-semester option, you will take 15 credits in the Fall and 15 credits in the Spring.
You will take a combination of core and track related courses, as well as some electives in both semesters, depending on your track of choice.
If you choose the 3-semester option, you plan on interviewing for a winter internship in the Spring.
You will take a combination of core and track related courses, as well as some electives, depending on your track of choice.
Students that have not already taken Accounting Information Systems and/or Audit will take these classes during Fall semester (these courses count towards your graduate accounting credits).
Three-semester students will take 12-16.5 credits per semester, depending on your individual schedule need.