WebMAcc (Online Master of Accounting)
The WebMAcc is a 30-credit-hour program made up of ten, 3-credit-hour courses, spread out over six semesters. All of the coursework is delivered online, and the diploma WebMAcc students earn is identical to that of on-campus students. The online curriculum mirrors that of the on-campus program, with the same experienced faculty and the same access to resources as the campus degree. The pace of the online program is geared toward full-time professionals, so students take two classes during spring and fall semesters and just one class during the summer for six consecutive semester (two years). The program is team-based, so students take each core class as a cohort.
Program of Study
|WMAC 7130 – Seminar in Financial Accounting
||WMAC 7530 – Seminar in Accounting Information Systems
|WMAC 7334 – Tax Research
||WMAC 7634 – Fraudulent Financial Reporting
|WMAC 7430 – Seminar in Auditing
||WLST 7230 – Current Legal Issues
*Selected from 7000-level courses offered by the College of Business, from approved electives offered elsewhere in the University, or as approved.
To be considered for admission, a prospective student must
- Have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university;
- An undergraduate degree in accounting is not mandatory; however, applicants will not be considered for admission until they meet the prerequisite requirements;
- Demonstrate an appropriate level of professionalism and proficiency in accounting through coursework, internship or work experience, and extracurricular involvement; and
- Apply through the Office of Graduate Admissions (here).
- Be prepared to submit the following:
- Application for admission;
- Transcripts* from all colleges and universities attended;
- Professional resume;
- Personal statement;
- Graduate Management Admission Test* (GMAT) scores; and
- Test of English as a Foreign Language*^ (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores.
- Find admission deadlines and additional information on the Graduate Admissions webpage. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis, so applicants are encouraged to apply early.
*Unofficial test scores and transcripts (one per institution attended) are permitted for the application process. Official documents must be submitted prior to matriculation if offered admission.
^Required for international applicants only.
|ACCT 3131 – Intermediate Accounting I
||ACCT 4130 – Accounting Info Systems
|ACCT 3132 – Intermediate Accounting II
||ACCT 4133 – Intermediate Accounting III
|ACCT 3231 – Managerial Accounting II
||ACCT 4430 – Auditing
|ACCT 3330 – Income Tax
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The average GMAT score of admitted students in the Master of Accounting program at Georgia Southern University is 520. The GMAT is a computer adaptive test that assesses a person’s analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading comprehension skills. The GMAT does not measure business knowledge or skill. It assesses analytical writing and problem solving abilities, while also addressing data sufficiency, logic, and critical reasoning skills that are vital to real-world business and management success. For more information and to register to take the GMAT, go to mba.com. GMAT waivers may be granted based on outstanding academic background and/or extensive managerial experience.
Last updated: 1/10/2017