Wichita State's Master of Accountancy program provides an in depth study of accountancy combined with broad exposure to all aspects of business and management for a career in the public or private sector.

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Quality degree. Flexible schedules. Exceptional value.

Wichita State is fully accredited by the AACSB in Business and Accounting, making the institution part of the 1% of business schools who have achieved this premier accreditation worldwide.



About the program

The Master of Accountancy (MACC) at Wichita State is ideal for students with a bachelor's degree in accountancy or accounting who want to pursue CPA preparation or further accountancy graduate study as part of a Ph.D. program.

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Why MACC at WSU?

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Complete the 30-credit-hour program in as little as one year as a full-time student or 18-24 months as a part-time student.

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CPA preparation

Courses taken in the program count toward the 150 college credits needed to sit for the Certified Public Accountant exam in the state of Kansas. Advanced accounting courses give you an edge while studying and bolster your skill set in the areas of public and private accounting and U.S. tax law.

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Career advancement

The skills and knowledge learned in the program give you the flexibility of additional opportunities to advance in your career. You'll study financial accounting, tax accounting, management control systems, advanced analytics, and advanced auditing.

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