The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) curriculum prepare students for careers in public or private accounting and enables them to achieve career advancement in the accounting profession. The program also provides the educational requirements necessary to qualify graduates to sit for the Uniform CPA exam.
Foundation Courses: 0–15 hours
BAA 510 Foundations of Accounting and Finance
ACC 550 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 555 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 530 Auditing
ACC 535 Individual Tax
Incoming students must demonstrate proficiency in foundational business coursework. Waiver options are available for qualified students with guidance from an academic advisor.
Core Program: 21 hours
ACC 601 Accounting Theory
ACC 602 Seminar in AIS
ACC 620 Accounting & Tax Research
ACC 621 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
ACC 635 Corporate Taxation
ACC 640 Advanced Accounting Topics
ACC 655 Advanced Auditing
Electives: 9 hours
Students will select three 600-level BAA, BA, or ACC courses.
Total: 30 hours
45 hours if foundation courses are needed