2024-2025 University Catalog 
  
    Jun 22, 2024  
2024-2025 University Catalog

Master of Accountancy, MAcc.


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Accounting is the language of business. The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program is designed and driven by current and emerging technologies, cases and simulations to delve into accounting situations requiring expertise and analytical skills, and subject matter that allows graduates to simulate work in the Accounting Profession.  The program’s goal of seamlessly moving from classroom to workplace is embedded and woven into the teachings of each program requirement.  Graduates will be prepared for a diverse selection of careers in accounting, including public accounting, industry and government agencies, and for candidacy to sit for the CPA exams. In addition, an Accounting degree provides a pathway for entrepreneurship and the ability to give back to their community.


A sample of the curriculum includes advanced accounting subjects, data analytics, financial statement analysis, fraud examination and four, 8 week minimester capstone classes in partnership with Becker Education Services, the gold standard in CPA exam preparation. All courses are taught by faculty having the appropriate academic credentials, real-world on-the-job experiences, and professional certifications/licenses where appropriate. 


The Master of Accountancy curriculum includes:

  1. Ability to earn 15 credit hours over each Fall and Spring 16-week semester
  • Classes offered in 8 week sessions (students take between 6 – 9 credit hours per 8 weeks)
  1. Rotation of classes offered in Summer semester
  2. Four (4) module Capstone classes using Becker CPA preparation materials
  3. Technologies currently used and emerging in the Accounting Profession
  4. Up to date accounting subject matter delivered by Accounting faculty possessing rich work experiences and credentials


The Master of Accountancy degree completion includes:

  1. Completion of all pre-requisites to enter Master of Accountancy program: variable
  2. Completion of all Master of Accountancy program requirements: 30 credit hours
  3. Completion of two (2) professional events
  4. Completion of an earned minimum 3.0 GPA.

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