The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) emphasizes graduate-level accounting topics and business skills in areas identified by the profession as critical for success in a challenging and dynamic business environment.
The 30-semester credit-hour program provides you with the opportunity to satisfy the education requirements for licensure as a Certified Public accountant (CPA). Additionally, the elective CPA Exam Review course allows you to earn course credit while preparing for success on the exam.
The MAcc is open to graduates from all majors. If your undergraduate degree is in something other than accounting, we will work with you to develop a course of study tailored to your needs. This will normally include up to 36 semester credit hours of foundation courses followed by 30 hours of graduate courses.