Online Master of Accountancy

The Online Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree prepares professional accountants to fill high-level positions in accounting firms and business enterprises. Program length is approximately one year of full-time study for the typical BBA graduate with an accounting major.

*Deadline to receive application:

Fall 1 Fall II Spring I  Spring II
August 19, 2019    September 13, 2019  Janurary 9, 2020  February 15, 2020
Complete Application for Admission:
Apply for Admission via Apply Texas Application An applicant may defer admission to an earlier/later semester. Applications are valid for one year. One deferral is allowed per application.

Application fee:
$50 for US citizen, $70 for International Students
Please Note: Applicants who wish to apply for a different program will be required to submit a new application. The application processing fee is required for each application submitted.

Application requirements specific to this program :
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate course work taken at any accredited college or University attended (International applicants will be required to submit relevant International transcripts)
  • Official GMAT or GRE scores (Within Five years of the date of application)
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • Essay (minimum 500 words in length which includes educational and professional goals and the reason for applying to the program.)
  • Two letters of recommendation
    - Send a recommendation request
    - Upload letter of recommendation
*Please allow 3-5 business days to receive Student ID before submitting additional supporting documents. Submit all supporting documents online.

ACCT 5345 Ethics for Accountants & Business Executives
ACCT 5371 Tax Consulting, Planning & Research
ACCT 5391 Integrative Seminar in Accounting

Three of the following four courses:
ACCT 5341 Advanced Auditing & Assurance Services
ACCT 5351 Strategic Cost Management
ACCT 5355 Information Systems in Accounting
ACCT 5381 Accounting Theory

Two graduate accounting elective courses
Two graduate accounting or business elective courses

For students with nonbusiness undergraduate degrees

ECON 5311 - Foundations in Economics 3 sem. hrs
FINA 5311 - Financial Management Concepts 3 sem. hrs
MGMT 5310 - Organizational Behavior and Communication 3 sem. hrs
MKTG 5311 - Marketing Concepts 3 sem. hrs
ORMS 5310 - Statistical and Decision Analysis 3 sem. hrs
For more information on tuition and fees, please visit the Business Office's website.

 For more information contact:

Sharon Polansky

Sharon Polansky
Director of Masters Program

Office: OCNR 239

Phone: (361) 825-3448