Master of Accounting Program
Earning a Master of Accounting not only expands a student’s education and job options; it amplifies earning potential and career advancement.
The master’s of accounting program welcomes students from many different backgrounds — from psychology to environmental geology — who are looking to enhance their professional options. A certificate option is available for pre-master’s students who do not have an accounting undergraduate degree. This certificate also serves as a credential for professionals interested in earning additional accounting skills.
Learn why our students and alumni chose to get a MAcc at KU.
Working Professional Master of Accounting
|Working Professional Participant Profile||Professionals seeking to strengthen their skills and advance in their profession without a career interruption|
|Professional Experience||Most students in the program have full-time jobs during the day|
|Class Schedule||Two evening classes per week|
|Program Length||Five semesters (Less than two years, including summer semesters)|
|Credit Hours||30 hours|
|Program Structure||10 courses; online, hybrid and traditional offered|
|Location||KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park, Kan.|
|Entry Point||Fall, spring, or summer|
|Cost||$22,253 (estimated 2016-17). For more detailed information, visit Tuition & Fees|
|Deadline||Spring semester: Nov. 15
Summer semester: April 15
Fall semester: July 1
International students: June 15
This program is funded by the Education and Research Triangle initiative.