Cabrini College’s Master of Accounting (MAcc) program is designed to meet the needs of recent accounting graduates, career-changers, and working professionals who wish to further develop their accounting expertise and increase their career opportunities.
Students can earn a graduate degree in accounting in as little as fifteen months.
The program satisfies the requirement of 150 credit hours needed for Pennsylvania’s—and most other states’ - board of accountancy to be licensed as a certified public accountant (CPA).
MAcc students enhance their in-depth knowledge by:
learning about unique topics like international or forensic accounting
developing leadership and communication skills
strengthening responses to act ethically and in a socially responsible manner
The MAcc degree is especially beneficial for students graduating with an undergraduate degree and major in accounting.
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