The WebMAcc is a 30-semester hour program with 100% of the coursework being delivered online. The program follows a cohort model with intakes in the Fall and Spring semesters. To help ensure our students’ success and to help them stay on track in the program, we use a team-based approach to online learning. Students are placed on teams comprised of four to five students with whom they will work throughout the six semesters. This team-based method of learning provides students with a “safety-net” as teams move through the program together motivating, helping, and cheering each other on toward graduation.
A prospective student must
- Have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university;
- Submit an application here, as well as pay a $50 application fee to Graduate Admissions;
- Submit two letters of recommendation, preferably from a former or current employer;
- Submit a resume;
- Submit a one-page essay citing your reasons for obtaining a MAcc degree and your goals while in the program and beyond.
- Submit official transcripts from all credit-granting institutions;
- Submit evidence of satisfactory completion (a grade of “C”) of all undergraduate course content in business administration;
- Submit official GMAT score; and
- Submit TOEFL scores (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
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 or from approved electives offered elsewhere in the University, or as approved.
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.
Average GMAT Score: 520
GMAT waivers may be granted based on outstanding academic background and/or extensive managerial experience.
Last updated: 9/3/2015