Master of Accountancy

Major: ACCYMAC
Degree Awarded: MA.c.
Unit: GB
Program Webpage: http://business.louisville.edu/master-of-accountancy/

Program Information

The College of Business Master of Accountancy at the University of Louisville is offered once each year, with a new cohort starting in August. Admission to the Master of Accountancy program is highly competitive. The College of Business Master of Accountancy program requires completion of an undergraduate degree majoring in accountancy, or completion of an accounting Certificate Program, or equivalent prior to admission. GMAT scores and letters of reference are required (the GMAT requirement may waived if specified academic standards are met). The program is cohort based, and includes 30 credit hours of required coursework.

Curriculum

Master of Accountancy

The Master of Accountancy is a 12 month cohort based program. The program fee is $21,000. Application requirements include an undergraduate degree majoring in accountancy or equivalent (with official university transcripts), a GMAT or GRE test result, two letters of reference, and a $50 application fee. The GMAT requirement may be waived in certain circumstances, based on academic performance in an undergraduate degree program.

Semester

Course Number and Name

Credit Hours

Fall I

MAC 620, Advanced Audit

3.0

 

MAC 622, Advanced AIS

3.0

 

MAC 630, Ethics

1.5

 

MAC 632, Leadership

1.5

 

MAC 640, CPA Exam Preparation (AUD)

1.5

 

MAC 648, Statistics

1.5

 

 

 

Spring I

MAC624, Advanced Federal Taxation

3.0

 

MAC 638, Data Analytics

3.0

 

MAC 642, CPA Exam Preparation (REG)

1.5

 

MAC 644, CPA Exam Preparation (BEC)

1.5

 

MAC 650, White Collar Crime

3.0

 

 

 

Summer I

MAC 626, Advanced Corp. Accounting

3.0

 

MAC 634, User Perspective on Fin. Rprt.

1.5

 

MAC 646, CPA Exam Preparation (FAR)

1.5

 

 

 

 

Total Credit Hours

30

NOTE: Courses and timing are subject to change.

Faculty

Lisa Blum

Instructor

Richard Coppage

Professor

Jian (Jeff) Guan

Associate Professor

Julia N. Karcher

Associate Professor

Alan S. Levitan

Professor

Elizabeth Payne

Associate Professor

William D. Stout
Associate Professor

Director

Lyle Sussman

Professor