How do you analyse information about costs, income, profit, risks and customer satisfaction? This Master's degree programme teaches you how to do this, how to give advice to others.
After completing the MSc Accountancy & Controlling (MSc A&C), you can continue your studies in the Executive Master Programme in Accountancy (EMA) or the Executive Master Programme in Finance & Control (EMFC). By combining such an executive master programme with work in practice, you can, in addition, acquire an executive master's degree and a (Dutch) professional qualification (“registeraccountant” or “registercontroller”). People in charge need information to control the organisation, to make decisions and to account for their performance, both to internal and to external stakeholders.
The Master's degree programme has two profiles to choose from: Accountancy and Controlling. The Accountancy profile focuses on accounting information for external stakeholders, while Controlling focuses on internal stakeholders. Both profiles are rounded off with a thesis.