Written by Dr. Belle Marie, Professor Carroll College
Carroll College is excited to announce its new Master of Accountancy! With the Master of Accountancy (MACC), Carroll students will meet the 150-hour requirement and gain the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary for a successful accounting career.
The program is designed to be flexible for both working professionals and traditional college students. The hybrid program begins in May 2018 and courses will be delivered online with one on-campus weekend residency in May. Students may enroll either full-time or part-time. Full-time students complete the program in one year. Courses will be offered in a block format, allowing students to focus on only one or two courses at a time. Each summer class length is three weeks and half-semester courses are approximately eight weeks.
The MACC at Carroll College not only prepares students to take the CPA exam, but also provides a curriculum designed to assist accountants become trusted business advisors in the increasingly complex and dynamic business and not-for-profit world. The specialized curriculum includes courses in not-for-profit accounting, ethics, forensic accounting, and integrated or sustainability reporting.
To learn more about the Master of Accountancy program at Carroll College or for information on how to apply, visit www.carroll.edu/academic-programs/master-accountancy.