The Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree program is an accelerated, cohort-based graduate program designed to help you achieve your career goals and certification requirements as an undergraduate accounting (business) major. The MAcc program offers a fast-paced, two-semester format that integrates CPA Exam preparation into the curriculum. You will take all four parts of the CPA Exam during the MAcc program while specializing in either Audit/Advisory or Tax.
We deliver strong core graduate accounting seminars, enhance technical expertise, develop advanced communication and critical thinking abilities, and promote leadership skills. We are committed to preparing you not only to be technically proficient but also to be equipped for a changing future. Your MAcc and CPA credentials make your work options virtually limitless - public accounting, industry, government, non-profit, and self-employment.
The School of Accountancy at KSU’s Coles College of Business is one of the most extensive accounting programs in the state of Georgia. Additionally, it is home to the internationally recognized Internal Audit Center.
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College and University Accounting Schools Worldwide Recognized as Center of Excellence by the Institute of Internal Auditors
of MAcc Students Employed After Graduation
With a Kennesaw State Accounting degree, you can work in many roles besides accounting, including financial examiner, financial analyst, finance manager, chief financial officer, budget analyst, or business and financial consultant.
Accounting is a profession specializing in the “language of business,” with your Master’s of Accounting from KSU, you can pursue certification opportunities which include:
A career in accounting offers many paths that can easily align with your current and future goals. Below are just a few jobs achievable with a master degree in Accounting from KSU.