This program is directed at students who enter with the appropriate background in accounting and business. The accounting prerequisites are Financial Accounting Principles, Managerial/Cost Accounting Principles, and Intermediate Accounting. An undergraduate accounting degree is not required.
The MACCT is designed to meet all accounting accreditation requirements and allow students to qualify for the CPA examination in most states.
Three concentrations or tracks are offered: taxation, information systems, and financial accounting.
Joint degree candidates take a total of 24 semester hours of coursework at the Freeman School of Business, in addition to 82 hours of law coursework. The usual MACCT requirements are reduced from 30 hours to 24 hours in recognition of electives taken at the Law School. MACCT students are required to complete the following at the Freeman School:
Financial Accounting Seminars I and II
Managerial Accounting: Advanced Decision Models
12 hours of electives leading to a concentration
3 additional hours of accounting electives
Questions about the Master of Accounting program should be directed to:
Office of Graduate Admissions & Financial Aid
Freeman School of Business
Goldring-Woldenberg Hall I, Suite 410
New Orleans, LA 70118
504.865.5410 or 800.223.5402
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Freeman School's website: http://freeman.tulane.edu.