The part-time Master’s program in Accounting and Auditing at the Faculty of Management and Economics at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Faculty of Economics at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster is aimed at employees of auditing companies who want to prepare for the auditing exam and the profession of auditor on a part-time basis. It represents a decisive step on the way to a career as an auditor by dovetailing theory and practice. This program is unique because the part-time master’s program provides an excellent link between the requirements of business practice and current research findings, ensuring excellent preparation for the auditing exam in Germany.
If you want to become a future certified public accountant in the field of accounting and auditing and already have a first degree in economics or law that qualifies you for the profession, then this master's program in accounting and auditing is just right for you!
…annually in May
Goes to the ASBM Accounting School Bochum Münster non-profit limited company
Managing Director: Dr. Andreas Bonse
Information ABOUT the study program
… joint “Master of Science” of the RUB and the WWU
… Düsseldorf, Bochum and Münster
Those who would like to study this program
… have fun with:
… struggle through
This course of studies is suitable for…
graduates of the following subjects
Those who have a degree in this field often work
… The course of study is subject to a fee (32,000 € incl. revision course)
Practice time …
A stay abroad …
The Master in Accounting and Auditing is aimed at employees of auditing companies who want to prepare for the WP exam and the profession of auditor while working. By dovetailing theory and practice, it represents a decisive step on the path to a career as an auditor.
The aim of the master is to promote a new generation of auditors with the best preparation for the demanding WP exam. This includes that the course of study is designed in accordance with § 8a WPO in such a way that three of the examination credits obtained in the course of study can be recognised towards the seven examination credits to be obtained in the auditor’s examination. The course specifically prepares students for the remaining four examinations. The study programme is open to employees of any auditing firm, provided that the personal requirements are met.
The modular master program comprises the following sub-areas, to each of which several modules are assigned:
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Pellens
Chair of International Accounting,
Prof. Dr. Peter Kajüter
Chair of International Accounting
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
The main courses are taught by the programme directors. In addition, other professors from the economics and law faculties of the RUB and WWU teach individual courses. In addition, highly qualified representatives from professional practice, each with many years of teaching experience, teach in their subject areas in the Master’s programme.
Future certified public accountants with a first degree in economics or law that qualifies them for the profession
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