Overview

The Master of Accounting program is designed to prepare students for careers in professional accounting and consulting with advanced training in financial, managerial and/or tax accounting.

The program prepares students for careers in professional accounting and consulting including obtaining licensing as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

The Master of Accounting program offers:

  • Curriculum to accommodate diverse student backgrounds and interests, including two tracks of study:
    • Audit
    • Tax
  • Faculty with outstanding scholarly achievements and professional experience
  • Technical competency training essential to becoming a licensed CPA
  • Summer internship opportunities with top firm
  • Post-graduate career assistance, including placement of graduates with top firms

Students with accounting as well as non-accounting undergraduate degrees are encouraged to apply. Students with non-accounting undergraduate degrees may need to complete certain prerequisites.

Take a look at the MAcc Information Session Slides for more information about the program.

For more information, view the Master of Accounting curriculum and/or the MAcc Student Handbook