Explore your Master of Accountancy courses.
Our online Master of Accountancy (MAcc) curriculum is tailored to match your background and accelerates you towards your career goals. Whether you are an accounting professional or looking to transition into the field, our MAcc program will develop your competencies with in-demand skills to give you a competitive edge in a rapidly changing environment. Our program is taught by experienced faculty who are aligned with the industry’s best practices.
Three Ways to Get There.
Your path to earning your Master of Accountancy begins with your undergraduate background.
Designed for those with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, this path is for experienced accounting professionals. You will gain expertise to conduct analysis and leverage data to drive business decisions.
- Curriculum: Accounting Courses + Data Analytics Courses (30 total credits)
Those with an undergraduate degree in business (other than accounting) will cover all of the topics needed to transition from a degree in a business-related field to a Master of Accountancy.
- Curriculum: Foundational Courses + Accounting Courses + Data Analytics Courses (42 total credits)
Career changers with a bachelor’s degree in non-business studies like liberal arts, sciences, engineering, etc. will learn broad knowledge of business principles and accountancy to give you both a foundation and a competitive edge as you make your way to your accounting goals.
- Curriculum: Foundational Courses + Accounting Courses + General Business Courses (45 total credits)
Accounting Courses - 21 credits
Data Analytics Courses - 9 credits
Complement your Master of Accountancy degree with a specialized Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics by successful completion of the required courses below. The Business Analytics Certificate is now an integrated part of the MAcc curriculum for students in the Accounting and Business pathways.
Foundational Courses - 12 credits
General Business Courses - 12 credits