The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree is a 33-hour program, requiring 18 hours of graduate accounting coursework and 15 hours of supporting graduate business (non-accounting) coursework. Except for FIN 5360 - Corporate Finance, no specific courses are required in either accounting or business, creating a flexible degree program that can be tailored to your individual career path. You can choose from several career-specific degree tracks, including accounting information systems, auditing and assurance services, managerial accounting and controllership, and taxation. If you prefer not to specialize, a general graduate accounting program can be designed.
As a MAcc student, you can choose to complete a professional internship as part of your educational experience. Many of these internships lead to permanent job offers upon graduation.
Graduates of Baylor's MAcc program are in high demand by a variety of employers. Major corporations, Big-4 accounting firms, regional and local CPA firms and governmental agencies seek Baylor MAcc students.