About this course
The Master of Accounting (MAcc) is offered in the Department of Accounting and Finance within the School of Business Administration and has earned separate accounting accreditation from the AACSB International. The MAcc is designed for students who are interested in careers in public, corporate, and non-business accounting. A MAcc student may earn a general MAcc degree or earn concentrations in Assurance or Taxation by completing designated electives within a specific area.
The degree will assist accounting professionals in the dynamic corporate environment. Professionals in the field are required to be effective communicators, maintain a high level of expertise, and uphold ethical responsibilities, while providing financial information, analysis of the economic environment and input in decision-making activities.
Keeping these qualities in view, the MAcc is designed to achieve the following goals:
- Offer a graduate-level program developing superior technical knowledge and application skills beyond the baccalaureate accounting program
- Enhance students’ analytical, communication and decision-making skills
- Provide a sound base in ethics and professional behavior
- Prepare students for careers in public, corporate, and non-business accounting positions
- Provide students with the educational requirements necessary to be eligible to take professional exams.
- TOEFL: 550 (Paper), 213 (Computer), 79 (internet)
- IELTS: 6.5
- Other equivalent qualifications.