The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) provides students with the skills necessary to be successful in a rapidly changing business environment. The program is comprehensive and develops students' conceptual and technical accounting competence, communication skills, research and analytical abilities, and leadership. The MAcc degree requires 30 graduate hours and is offered in hybrid format with a combination of day and/or evening classes. Students can complete the degree in one calendar year if they attend full-time. Students attending part-time can complete the degree in two years taking either the morning or evening classes.
The Plaster School of Business offers both a traditional and accelerated course for the MAcc degree. The accelerated course is designed specifically for MSSU undergraduate accounting students to begin their graduate work during their senior year. This allows undergraduate to save 3 credit hours of coursework and have man accounting experience when searching for jobs.
The MAcc program at MSSU is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study.
Books, tuition and student fees are subject to change annually.
Stafford Loans: can be used for graduate studies until the award is exhausted, provided that the student is degree-seeking.
Lion Pride Tuition: Students in the M.S.Ed. program are eligible for Lion Pride tuition grants in-state tuition to students from Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Graduate Assistantships are Available
A limited number of graduate assistantships are available. Deadlines for applying are April 1 (fall semester) and November 1 (spring semester). Applications for the graduate assistantship will be available after February 1.
Dr. David M. Smith, CPA
Program Director | Department Head of Accounting and Finance
Office: Plaster Hall Office 309H