Be the boss of where your accounting career takes you. Oklahoma Christian University’s Graduate School of Business offers a Masters of Accountancy (MAcc) degree program 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.
OC’s Master of Accountancy degree 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.
- Take classes just one or two nights a week and earn your MAcc degree in as little as 12 months.
- Almost all MAcc courses are offered online, or you can take your classes on our campus in the Oklahoma City metro.
- Each class lasts just seven weeks.
- Tuition is $470 per hour ($484 per hour for new students entering in fall 2014). Financial aid is available.
Oklahoma Christian University’s College of Business Administration is accredited by the ACBSP (Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs). Oklahoma Christian University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission [HLC, 30 N. LaSalle St., #2400, Chicago, IL, 60602-2504 (800-621-7440) www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org].
- Must have a college degree or be enrolled in last semester of college.
- 30 hours of accounting completed or currently enrolled in.
- Three hours each in Finance, Macroeconomics, and Microeconomics.
- Cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0.
- GMAT (450 minimum) or GRE test scores (285 minimum with at least a 3.0 on the written section) issued within the last five years. (This requirement can be waived if the cumulative undergraduate GPA was 3.25 or greater; if the cumulative undergraduate GPA was 3.0, and the student has five years of work experience; or if the student has successfully completed nine graduate hours with a B or better at an accredited university).
- ACCOUNTING COURSES: Advanced Tax Accounting; Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics; Advanced Financial Accounting; Accounting Research and Quantitative Techniques; Accounting Theory; Topics in Accounting
- CORE BUSINESS COURSES: Legal and Regulatory Issues; Financial Services; Economic Issues; Ethics, Decision Making and Communication
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.