School of Business
Graduate Studies Department
Master of Accounting
The Master of Accounting (MACC) is a highly structured program designed for students who desire professional careers in public accounting, corporate accounting, government accounting, management accounting, financial analysis and consulting and similar endeavors. One of the program objectives of the Master of Accounting degree is to prepare graduates for professional examinations, such as the CPA (Certified Public Accountant), the CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) and the Chartered Financial Analyst CFA® examinations.
Preparation for the CPA, CFA and CMA exams is integrated throughout the programs. Students who have completed undergraduate accounting degrees from accredited schools can complete the degree in one academic year, by taking 10 courses and earning 30 credit hours by selecting one of four tracks. All students must complete the MACC core requirements as well as the core requirements for the selected track. The tracks are:
CFA® is a registered trademark owned by CFA Institute. This program is not affiliated with, sponsored, or approved by CFA Institute. CMA® is a registered trademark owned by the Institute of Management Accountants.
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|Dean||Dr. Stephen Reames|
|Department Chair||Dr. Dion Gouws|
|Program Coordinator||Dr. Dion Gouws|
|Administrative Assistant||Ms. Deanna Blyden|