Masters of Accountancy (MAC)
Master your accounting career with managerial analytics expertise
Shorten the time
to become a CPA
The UofL Master of Accountancy (MAC) program offers the essential tools, resources, and the in-person support that you need to be CPA-ready upon completion of the program. Unlike many other MAC programs, the curriculum includes Becker CPA exam® preparation (a $2600 value) along with data analytics and accounting. You can even sit for the exam while still in the program.
Shorten the time to CPA. Learn the business, financial, and accounting needs of today’s technologically driven business world. Start today!
For a Limited Time
No GMAT Required! Automatic Acceptance for qualifying GPAs
Now’s your chance to get into the MAC program without added stress. No GMAT required and UofL accounting majors with GPAs of 3.0+ are automatically accepted into the program.
Accounting + Analytical Skills
- No GMAT required
- Master high-level accounting primed for today’s business world with courses and topics in data analytics
- Obtain a Managerial Analytics certificate with courses included in the curriculum
- Learn about predictive and prescriptive analytics, database, blockchain, and artificial intelligence
- Study 13-month program (3 Semesters) for a total of only 34 credit hours
- Accounting internships are available
- Choose between a 10-day international study trip or an online learning opportunity
- Prepare to sit for the Becker CPA exam® is included (a $2,600 value). You can even sit for the CPA exam while still in the program
- Foster collaboration and develop leadership skills in this cohort-based approach
- Acquire outstanding technical knowledge in all major aspects of accountancy with a focus on analytical and professional sharp skills
- Experience world-class faculty includes teachers with extensive professional experience in accounting and analytics
- Take advantage of professional career coaching with our Lifetime Career Support Promise
Our School of Accountancy program holds the prestigious distinction of being separately AACSB accredited — an accolade achieved by only 2% of the world’s accounting programs.