The Master of Accounting program prepares individuals for professional careers and ultimately for leadership positions in today's business world. Additionally, many states require those desiring to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) must have 150 hours of college education. The Master of Accounting degree is a natural extension in the pursuit of this requirement.
The 30 credit-hour MAcc degree is an interdisciplinary program, which offers the flexibility to accommodate students with a variety of educational backgrounds and career objectives. Students have the choice of taking 9 to 15 of the graduate credit hours required for the Master of Accounting degree in the MBA or other graduate programs. The program is known for providing personal attention, small class settings and easy access to faculty.