MAcc Degree in Oklahoma: Master of Accountancy

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Earn your test master’s degree in Oklahoma

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Be the boss of where your accounting career takes you. Our Graduate School of Business offers a Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree right here in Oklahoma that provides enough hours to qualify to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination. OC’s academically rigorous program also equips graduates for careers in major corporations and public accounting firms.

Act now! If you enroll by our July session, you can lock in your tuition price at current rates from now until you earn your MAcc degree! Go to oc.edu/bosslegacy for more info.

Onsite or Online!

Be the boss of when you study. Take classes just one or two nights a week and earn your MAcc degree in as little as 12 months. Oklahoma Christian’s MAcc program is offered 100% online, at night on our Oklahoma City metro campus, or as a hybrid of in-class and online delivery.

The Master of Accountancy degree from Oklahoma Christian University features both “hands-on” experience and theory-based research. The program includes 30 graduate hours: 18 hours of accounting and 12 hours in other business-related topics, including a business ethics course.

While a bachelor’s degree is required for admission, it can be from an area of study other than business. Students from all academic backgrounds are welcome in our program. We’re ready to welcome you to one of the only MAcc programs in Oklahoma.

It’s easy to apply; just go to www.oc.edu/apply to submit your application today. To ask any questions regarding the Master of Accountancy or your admission status, call OC’s Graduate School of Business at 405.425.5562 or email macc@oc.edu.

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Carson Mitchell

Carson Mitchell is a revenue analyst in the oil and gas industry. He’s furthering his career by pursuing a Master of Accountancy degree at OC.

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Questions about the Test Graduate Degree?
Call Angie Ricketts at 405.425.5587 or email angie.ricketts@oc.edu.