The Master of Accountancy program enables students to develop their skills for a successful accounting career in private practice, government, business, and non-profit settings. Our program provides a CPA review course where students actually sit for the exam while in the MAcc program. The goal is to have passed the CPA exam when the student graduates with the master of Accountancy (MAcc). We are currently seeking quality students with a desire to continue their education, with an end goal to work in a professional accounting position.
MAcc Admission Requirements
- An undergraduate degree in accounting from an accredited college or university. Official transcripts required at time of application. If you do not have a degree in accounting, you can still qualify for the MAcc by completing all prerequisite* Accounting courses.
- A satisfactory Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) Score (current within 5 years) unless you have an accounting certification (i.e.; CPA, CMA, CIA, CGMA, CISA, CGFM) or a graduate degree from an accredited college of university.
- Meeting minimum qualifications does not guarantee admission into the MAcc program.
- Relevant work or internship experience is preferred, but not required.
- Convenient class times for working professionals.
Auburn University at Montgomery
Clement Hall 315B
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee information is available from AUM's cashier's office (244-3286). Additional financial information, including financial aid and scholarships can be obtained from AUM's financial aid office (244-3571).
Course sampling specific to the Accountancy master's includes:
|Course #||Course Name|
|ACCT 6230||Advanced Managerial Cost Accounting|
|ACCT 6450||Auditing II|
|ACCT 6750||Financial Accounting Theory|
|ACCT 6800||Financial Analysis Integrated Business Concepts*|