The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is designed to develop the next generation of professional accountants. The MAcc qualifies students for entry-level positions in public accounting, industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The MAcc qualifies students to sit for the Uniform CPA Examinations in Utah and many other states, which is a necessary step in becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). It also provides a base to pursue related certifications as Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Ultimately, a MAcc can lead to a wide variety of significant leadership positions in accounting and business including controller, CFO, and CEO.
Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2017 for the program with courses delivered at the UVU Orem campus. The application is open until the program is full.
Contact the MAcc Office today to schedule an appointment to receive answers for your questions and get details about the application process.
This dynamic, one year full-time program or two-year part-time program offers required courses in CPA exam focused areas such as financial auditing, accounting theory and research, business regulation, advanced corporate tax, and accounting strategies for achieving profit goals. It also develops management and analytical skills through managing and facilitating professional teams and financial statement analysis courses. The program also offers two areas of electives courses: taxation and auditing/practice advisory services.
Courses will be offered during the afternoons. Working students desiring to go part-time must be able to attend classes during the afternoons. All classes are face-to-face on the Orem campus.
The taxation electives include the following:
The practice auditing and practice advisory services (internal auditing) electives include the following:
Students interested in learning more about the dynamic MAcc program at UVU are invited to attend an upcoming information session.
Our next information session open house will be held November 30th in WB 238 from 12pm - 2pm.
At the info session, you will learn about our program from current faculty and staff, including details about class dates and times, application deadlines, and prerequisite requirements.
For additional questions, contact the MAcc Office by calling (801) 863-8526, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.