The MAcc Program at Ross offers the flexibility, scope of study, and access to ideas required for sustained professional advancement.
MAcc graduates leave Michigan's Ross School of Business qualified not only to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Exam in all 50 states, but well-prepared to succeed in a variety of professional arenas around the globe.
Beyond the typical career paths of audit and tax, MAcc students pursue careers in
- investment banking
- corporate finance
- corporate accounting
Your degree also places you within an influential alumni network to help you advance throughout your career. The school’s Office of Career Development and the Accounting Department maintain close partnerships with the world’s major international firms. Many of these same firms work closely with the school to refine the MAcc curriculum. They also offer summer internships to students prior to entering Ross.