Master of Accounting Online Degree

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About our MAcc Online Program

The Mitchell College of Business Master of Accounting program (MAcc) is designed to provide students with advanced experience and skills in the accounting field. If you are looking to master accounting, this MAcc online program will help you do just that. This accounting master is of primary interest to individuals interested in careers at Certified Public Accountants, management accountants, and government accountants and more. Whether you plan to sit for the Alabama CPA exam or any other CPA exam, this program will enhance your accounting and business skills.

  • Completed entirely online
  • Earn your degree in as little as one-year.
  • AACSB Accounting accreditation
  • Preparation for the CPA exam
  • Learn from advanced faculty
  • At MCOB, you are more than just a number

Master in Accounting Online Curriculum

This online MAcc program is one of the only entirely online accounting degrees in Alabama that is dually accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Students seeking the Master of Accounting degree must complete 10 three-semester-hour graduate courses. Learn more about the online Master of Accounting curriculum

Master in Accounting Online Admissions

Applications are accepted for spring and fall semesters.  Learn more about Master of Accounting admission requirements.

Certified Public Accountants Eligibility

To sit for the CPA Examination in the State of Alabama, an individual must possess at least a baccalaureate degree that is accredited by one of the regional accrediting bodies, such as the AACSB.  Learn more about additional CPA Eligibility requirements.

Other states: The University of South Alabama has not made a determination regarding whether the Master of Accountancy meets the educational requirements for any other states. State licensing requirements are always subject to change at the discretion of the state licensing board. We strongly recommend prospective students who plan to seek licensure in a state other than Alabama to check with the applicable state agency to confirm eligibility for licensure. State agency contact information is available from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy,