The MAcc program is now admitting students into the revised program for a Fall 2018 start. UND’s MAcc program is designed to qualify and prepare students for the CPA examination while expanding their professional skills.
UND’s MAcc program is flexible. The program prepares students from all educational and professional backgrounds. Students may enroll full-time or take one course at a time. Well qualified students are encouraged to apply for graduate assistantship positions and scholarships.
In order to serve all qualified students, the MAcc has two tracks and one combined Bachelor/Master in Accountancy program. Students with a strong undergraduate accounting background should apply to enter the MAcc program’s Professional Accountancy Track. This track broadens and deepens student knowledge in accounting, further preparing them to take the CPA exam and enter the profession. Additionally, Professional Accountancy Track MAcc students are required to complete a nine hour concentration of courses from a related area, which may include data analytics, public administration, or organizations and leadership.
UND Accountancy students consistently beat the national average on all four parts of the CPA exam. In addition, nine UND Accountancy students have won the prestigious Elijah Watts Sells Award (for very high CPA exam scores). Our students regularly place at the top international, national and regional CPA firms as well as in accounting positions at top companies and in government. UND’s MAcc program alumni include founders and CEOs of major companies, senior partners at international CPA firms, and university professors.
Are you ready to get started? Visit the “Apply Now” link to begin your application to UND’s MAcc program.