Florida Southern College students who are currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Accounting may begin their MAcc program in the fall of their senior year.
Admission is contingent upon cumulative GPA as of the end of the semester prior to entry.
Accreditation by AACSB is the mark of excellence in business education earned by fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide.
Whether your dream is to work in public accounting, start your own CPA or consulting firm, or further your career in corporate accounting, our faculty are dedicated to giving you the knowledge and experiences you need to succeed.
Our accounting program prepares a student to complete the 150-hour academic requirement to become a CPA, and includes a CPA Review Course to help you prepare for the exam.
Our faculty are CPAs with significant practical experience, including active tax practices, former experience with major accounting firms, and fraud investigation.
Network with professionals at meetings of the Florida Institute of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accountants, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Comprehensive course offerings include forensic accounting as well as courses in tax, cost accounting, and auditing.
Completion of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting and the Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree will prepare the student for CPA licensure, including 150 hours of academic credit.
94% of students in a MAcc program stated earning their degree was personally and professionally rewarding.
The published day, full-time tuition will be assessed for enrollment in the two fall terms and the one spring term for students enrolled in the early MAcc program*. Summer enrollments will be charged at the prevailing rates; MAcc program graduate per credit rate, the day undergraduate per credit hour rate, or the adult undergraduate per credit hour rate.
*Please note, if you are an Early MAcc student you will still file the FAFSA as an undergraduate student.
Offered in a convenient hybrid of traditional and online coursework, with students meeting in a classroom on campus two Saturdays per month and the remaining assignments completed in a convenient online format.
Course descriptions are available in the academic catalog.
*Please note that the Florida State Board of Accountancy requires a total of 150 hours for CPA licensure, not to include ACC 6500 CPA Review Course and ACC 6501 Advanced CPA Review Course.
Student is responsible for working with the MAcc Program Director to plan Early MAcc course progression of undergraduate and graduate credits.
Students are advised to submit applications as early as possible to assure optimal admission and financial aid considerations. Admission is contingent upon cumulative GPA as of the end of the semester prior to entry.
Associate Director of Adult and Graduate Admission
send text to 863.576.5087
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