Accounting offers great opportunities to develop foundation skills in business, while preparing for a dynamic career.
New Accounting professionals need a broad base in liberal arts and sciences and an understanding of the elements of finance, marketing, operations management and managerial behavior.
At completion of Tulane's Master of Accounting program you are ready for a career in accounting, consulting, or continued graduate study.
Master of Accounting


Five years of formal training is the emerging standard for education in professional accounting. The Master of Accounting program (MACCT) admits students with undergraduate business degrees or the equivalent from accredited schools. This one-year 30 credit hour program custom designs a curriculum for each student to ensure breadth in business and an appropriate specialization in accounting.

Students completing the MACCT program would be qualified for advanced careers in accounting, consulting, or continued graduate study. Students must meet qualification requirements to sit for the United States CPA examination to receive the MACCT degree.