Accountancy (Master of Accountancy)
The Master of Accountancy provides a means of entry into the public accounting profession. The degree requires at least thirty credits beyond a bachelor’s degree and completion of any of the prerequisite courses, if not completed as an undergraduate. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) requires 150 academic credits for membership in the organization and most states require 150 credits for licensure as a CPA. Each state sets its own specific requirements for completing the CPA examination and the State Board should be contacted for the specific courses required by the state in which you plan to work. More information on the MAcc program can be found online at Web site .