The MAC curriculum is designed to provide a broad-based understanding of accounting and business practices required of a professional accountant and business consultant, while at the same time offering a rigorous technical accounting education. A Managerial & Career Effectiveness course enhances career readiness.
Students must complete 11 courses to satisfy the degree requirements.
- 8 courses/22 hours – MAC Classes
- 3 courses/9 hours – MBA Elective Classes
Students are not required to choose a concentration, however the MAC Program offers three optional concentrations:
- Enterprise Risk Management Concentration
- Information Technology Concentration
- Tax Strategy Concentration
Additional Program Offerings
In addition to courses, students are given other opportunities to enhance their educational experience and prepare for their future outside the classroom.
February 1, 2013
to be considered for fellowships and scholarships
March 1, 2013
for all other candidates