Academic advising is offered to graduate students enrolled in the master’s accounting and master’s in management programs as well as to undergraduate students interested in or participating in GRAD Advantage.
Master’s students in accounting and management meet with their adviser to review program requirements, register for classes and monitor graduation progress.
- See Master of Science in Accounting course requirements.
- See Master of Science in Management course requirements.
Students who are eligible for or are participating in the GRAD Advantage program work with their adviser to make the most of the opportunity to take graduate courses during the senior year.
- Learn more about pursuing GRAD Advantage.
The Merrimack GRAD Advantage program allows you to take up to two graduate-degree courses during your senior year, covered by a GRAD Advantage scholarship. With its accelerated format, this program gives you a head start on obtaining an advanced degree, so you can begin your career — and boost your earning potential — sooner. Learn more.