College of Business Administration
The MAcc program provides students with the background necessary to enter a career in public, private, or government accounting. The program focuses on understanding the role of accounting in managing business processes.
Accounting careers vary widely in today's complex, global economy. Graduates may find themselves tracking illegal funds for the FBI to preparing financial statements for multi-billion dollar firms. Generally, accounting career paths can be described as financial reporting, assurance, budget analysis, management accounting, tax accounting, and federal contract accounting. Accountants may work for public accounting firms, public or private corporations, governments at all levels, or for themselves in private practice.
The purpose of the Master of Accountancy program is to provide students with an academically rigorous course of study in accounting necessary for successful careers in professional accountancy in public, private, non-for-profit, and federal government accounting. Students have the flexibility to become educationally prepared for recognized certifications.
The program exceeds the educational requirements for membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), as well as those to sit for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) examinations.
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The College of Business Administration is accredited by the AACSB International - The International Association for Management Education. Fewer than 28% of all business schools are accredited by this prestigious body.