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Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Program
This program is for students who hold an undergraduate degree in accounting or in any area of study and who desire a graduate degree in accounting.
Students in the MAcc program must complete 30 hours of graduate level course work with at least 18 of those hours in accounting. Depending on the student's educational background, additional courses may be required to prepare the student for graduate level study in accounting.
Undergraduate Degree in Accounting. GPA of 3.25 on last sixty (60) hours of undergraduate coursework. GMAT with a minimum score of 500. A grade of "C" or better in all undergraduate accounting courses. International students must provide evidence of their ability to communicate in English in both oral and written form. International students must submit transcript evaluations on a course level basis prepared by WES or similar organization. (The Kentucky State Board of Public Accountancy requires course credits to be certified by the Foreign Academics Credentialing Service or another credentialing agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc.)
These minimum requirements establish eligibility for admission, but do not guarantee acceptance into the program.
An applicant with an undergraduate degree in an area other than accounting who meets the other criteria may be considered for the program upon completion of additional undergraduate and/or graduate foundation coursework.
For More Information, please contact Dr. Steve Wells in the Department of Accounting via email or at (270) 745-3895.