Other schools’ Master of Accounting (MAcc) programs prepare you for an accounting career. At Ross, the MAcc degree multiplies your professional options.
We start by fully integrating all MAcc students into our renowned MBA Program. You will take classes alongside MBA students with MBA faculty. You may pursue MBA electives in finance, marketing, and other aspects of business to develop leadership skills that will last your entire career. Classes at U-M’s top-ranked law school also are open to Ross MAcc students.
The MAcc Program culminates with the the Ernst & Young Accounting and Public Policy Symposium, held in Washington, D.C., over spring break. This action-based graduate research seminar explores the fusion of public policy and business through classroom discussion, visits by top-level speakers, and trips to relevant sites around the nation’s capital. No other MAcc program takes you outside the classroom and into the business world in such a transformational way.
Special assignments, competitions, conventions, and industry forums enhance the curriculum throughout the eight month program. From start to finish, the Ross MAcc’s best-in-class training and resources give you the flexibility to explore your options as a student and fulfill your long-term aspirations as a graduate.