Why Choose OHIO's MAcc?
Of the 15,000 business programs worldwide, less than 1% hold both AACSB Business and Accounting Accreditation. We are part of that elite group.
Ohio University's Full-Time Master of Accountancy is an on-campus program designed for accounting and business undergraduate majors. We’ll build on the core concepts that you’ve already learned to prepare you for the next step, whether that’s the CPA exam or your first full-time job.
Our 30-hour credit program takes a deeper dive into accounting to prepare you with the skills you need to be successful in government, corporate, or public accounting. Bridge courses are required for non-accounting majors.
Ohio University's Professional Master of Accountancy program is designed for accounting professionals with or without an accounting and business background. You’ll advance your analytical, strategic, and critical thinking skill set as you build an accounting and leadership mindset.
Curriculum is delivered through a blend of online modules, virtual classes and monthly Saturday residencies on our Dublin Campus to fit your needs as a working professional. If you enter the program with a bachelor's in accounting, you can finish in as few as five semesters. The program can be completed in seven semesters if bridge courses are required.
Ohio University's Online MAcc is offered 100% online and is designed to set you apart as a financial professional. We address foundational principles and emerging trends –– big data, cloud computing, and mobile accounting –– so you can graduate with the expertise to lead the field into the future.
Learn more about our Online Master of Accountancy program.
Accredited for Academic Excellence
AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. Read more about the AACSB.
Ohio University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. This organization oversees the educational offerings of schools and universities in the north central region of the United States.
The Princeton Review ranks Ohio University as a Best Midwestern College, praises our beautiful campus, and the accessibility of our faculty. Come and see for yourself.