The program is a non - linear so it can accept students from various courses, especially for the students from the faculty of economics. The aims of the Magister of Accounting program is graduates can work in the government sector, educational institutions, research institutions, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector, both as analysis, policy holders, researchers or academics.


Magister of Accounting Studies Program is implemented in a period of 3-4 (three to four) semesters. Each student must complete 72 credits with details: 36 credits for lectures, 5 credits for thesis proposal, 18 credits for research and thesis, 5 credits for seminar and 8 credits for scientific works.


  1. Academic Potential Test
  2. Interview


Tuition fees per semester is Rp.4.500.000, - (Not including the cost of theses, orientation, library, graduation and matriculation) Fresh Graduate Scholarships available to Rp.800.000,-


  1. Copy undergraduate certificate and transcripts of with a minimum GPA of 2.50.
  2. Repayment of the registration fee
  3. Photo size 2x3 and 3x4 cm each 2 sheets
  4. Academic Recommendation Letters from two people who are considered able to provide an assessment of academic eligibility (form provided)
  5. License / assignment of learning (2 duplicate)
  6. Letters of recommendation from two people who are considered able to provide an assessment of academic eligibility (form provided)
  7. Curriculum Vitae (form provided)


Curriculum Magister of Accounting Program is designed in two concentrations, namely:

  1. Business Accounting and Islamic Finance
  2. Public sector accounting


1. Semester 1 Business and Professional Ethics
Accounting Theory
Organizational Governance
Information Technology Systems
2. Semester 2 Audit Fraud
Research methods
Risk Management
Taxation Management
3. Semester 3 (Concentration in Accounting and Business Finance Sharia)
Corporate Financial Statements
Financial Statement Analysis
Theory and Accounting for Islamic Financial
Accounting Seminar
4. Semester 3 (Public Sector Accounting Concentration)
Public Sector Accounting Concentration
Public Sector Accounting System
Public Sector Auditing
Accounting Seminar
5. Semester 4 Thesis, Seminars and Scientific Work


No Semester Activity Time
1. odd Registration March – July
Recruitment test August
Student orientation August
Lecturing session Early September
2. Even Registration November – January
Recruitment test February
Activity Time
Student orientation February
Lecturing session Early March


Matriculation lecture is mandatory for all students who pass the admission to the educational background of non-accounting program. Matriculation lectures aims to provide additional knowledge and preparation that will allow students to follow the teaching and learning process in the Magister of Accounting. These lectures include:

  1. Theory of Investment and Capital Markets
  2. Econometrics
  3. Behavioral Accounting
  4. Auditing