Master of Accounting (MAcc)
Complete your accounting education at the Graham School of Business with our Master of Accounting (MAcc) program. Designed with post-baccalaureate students from accounting and finance in mind, the MAcc program will prepare you for your next step. Qualifying students will build upon their foundation and develop exceptional analytical skills in accounting while becoming familiar with taxation, auditing and professional research in a compact 30 credit hour program. Our small class sizes and face-to-face interaction means you'll get the attention and experience you need to succeed, from day one.
Upon graduation, having met the 150 credit hour academic requirement of most states, graduates are prepared to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.
Review the Graduate Business Program Admission Procedures.
All graduate courses in the Graham School of Business offer a "hyperflex" attendance policy for your convenience. Students may attend classes either in-person or remotely, using two-way video conferencing technology in our Zoom-enabled classrooms.