Deciding to go back to school for a graduate degree can be a complex process. Adding the challenges of our Master of Accountancy program to an already demanding schedule might seem daunting, but UNC Charlotte understands the constraints on your time and energy.
Whether you graduated with an undergraduate degree in accounting or are changing careers, our Master of Accountancy program will give you the comprehensive skills you need to thrive in the profession. At the Belk College of Business we’re uniquely positioned to support your career goals. All the opportunities for student success are in place: a close relationship with the accounting community, an engaged advisory board, a substantial alumni network and an active recruiting environment. Whether you’re looking for a career in public accounting, financial services, or other industries, UNC Charlotte’s MACC program will prepare you for a promising future.
The Master of Accountancy (MACC) program is designed for both full-time students and working professionals who wish to attend part-time. With the option of an evening schedule of classes, you can maintain your full-time career while earning an advanced degree, and our two convenient locations make it easy to transition from work to school. The UNC Charlotte MACC allows you to begin your studies during any semester and structure your course load around work, family and other commitments.
Return on Investment
Financially, the UNC Charlotte MACC makes good sense as well. We offer affordable tuition to in-state residents, and if you come from outside of North Carolina, our program still offers tremendous economic value.
Location + Business Community
Located in the one of the largest financial centers in the the nation, UNC Charlotte’s Master of Accountancy program provides students with the opportunity to network with classmates who are working professionals in the area as well as access to a strong recruiting environment.
Dr. Jack Cathey shares information about the master's program and GreerWalker partner, Mike McNamara, why he recruits from the MACC program.