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Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Master of
Accountancy (MAcc)

Master of
Accountancy (MAcc)

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If you wish to further your knowledge or career in accounting, the Master of Accountancy program at Lindenwood University is the next step for you.

MAcc offered in Traditional, Hybrid and Online formats

If you wish to further your knowledge or career in accounting, the master of accountancy program at Lindenwood University is the next step for you.

The master of accountancy program is for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in accounting at Lindenwood or another college or university. The program provides the last 30 hours of the Lindenwood accountancy program.

When you complete the master of accountancy coursework and combine this knowledge with your Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting, it may satisfy the 150 credit hour requirement for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Exam.

If your undergraduate education is not equivalent to the Lindenwood accountancy undergraduate program, you can still be eligible to complete the Master of Accountancy degree program by taking additional courses. All students who want to become a CPA are required to complete a total of 120 credit hours before sitting for the Uniform CPA exam.

If you have not completed a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts with a major in accounting, you may be required to complete additional coursework at the graduate level in order to earn sufficient credit hours before taking the Uniform CPA Exam. Please consult an advisor in the Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship for further information about this option.

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is offered in both traditional and online formats.