Master of Accountancy (MAcc), Graduate Certificate
Master of Accountancy (Campus or Online Options)
The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is a professional non-thesis degree program requiring a minimum of 30 semester hours and a maximum of 42 semester hours and a two and one-half day campus residency. The program provides students additional technical skills, research and communication skills, as well as focused preparation on passing the CPA Exam. During spring semester, campus students enroll in six hours of coursework and the Auburn Becker CPA Exam Review. Before graduation, campus students sit for all four parts of the CPA Exam.
The degree may be earned as a traditional, campus student or through the online option. Campus classes are recorded and streamed to online students. Therefore, online students receive the same lectures and AACSB accredited degree as their campus peers. The online option is identical to the campus option regarding rigor, standards, and student accountability.
Graduate Certificate in Accountancy (Online Option)
The online Graduate Certificate in Accountancy (GCA) is an 18 semester hour non-degree seeking program offering MAcc coursework to working professionals who desire to meet one or more of the following goals:
- Gain credentials to teach at collegiate level
- Matriculate to MAcc with only four courses remaining
- Enroll in graduate program without GMAT
- Enjoy flexibility and convenience of online program
- Take classes required for CPA Exam and certification
- Update and expand accounting knowledge and skills
- Enroll in a U.S. News & World Report top online graduate program
For more information, please visit www.harbert.auburn.edu. Questions should be directed to Mrs. Andee Hodo, Director of Graduate & Online Programs in the School of Accountancy, at email@example.com or (334) 844-6207.