Master of Accountancy
The Master of Accountancy is a one year program that has been accredited separately by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
The College of Business Administration at K-State offers quality business education at an affordable price. The quality and breath of our alumni network, as well as the connections with our corporate partners will put you at an advantage in the job market ahead of graduation. At the College of Business Administration we offer superior academics with individual attention, as well as small classes where interactions with professors and colleagues are encouraged.
The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program at K-State prepares students with a greater breadth and depth of accounting knowledge than is possible in the baccalaureate or Master of Business Administration program in preparation for careers as professional accountants in financial institutions, government, industry, nonprofit organizations, and public practice.
There are seven specialization tracks, each requiring 30 total credit hours, in the MAcc program:
Who Should Apply?
The MAcc curriculum is a 30-credit-hour program of study offered through the Accounting graduate program designed to be completed in two regular semesters and a summer term or in three semesters for students with an undergraduate degree in accounting. Students without prior or complete business and accounting training must acquire basic competency in the following business core foundation areas: accounting, statistics, management information systems, economics, finance, marketing, and management. These competencies may be acquired through specified business core foundation course work. The specific number of business core foundation courses required depends on the applicant’s prior academic work. The basic competency course work may be taken after admission to the MAcc program, but certain business core foundation courses must be completed prior to taking MAcc courses that are in the same subject or that otherwise require a knowledge of the business core foundation material.
- January 1 - International Students outside of U.S.
- February 1 - Students seeking scholarships or assistantships
- June 1 - Regular Fall Admission
- November 1 - Regular Spring Admission
- April 1 - Regular Summer Admission
For application and additional information, contact:
Terry Mason, Koch Industries MAcc Director
Associate Professor of Accounting
2147 Business Building