The Master of Accountancy program is a multiple track program designed to prepare accountants for the rapidly changing expectations of the profession. The program has four tracks: Professional Accounting, Financial Accounting/Auditing, and Tax. The program also includes the option for development of an individualized program of study. Completion of the Professional Accounting track or the Financial Accounting/Auditing track will enable students to pursue CPA licensure in states requiring 150 semester hours.
The Master of Accountancy degree consists of 30 semester hours (10 graduate classes) of course work. The 30 hours are divided into two components: required classes and elective classes. Required courses vary depending on what track you are enrolled in.
Four Program Tracks
Find out more about the program tracks and required courses for each track.