Master of Accounting

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As one of the first STEM-designated accounting programs in the U.S., Ohio State’s Master of Accounting (MAcc) graduate program is a national leader. Fisher delivers personalized, hands-on experiences to prepare you for the real world. Unlike traditional master’s programs that require a strict and steady diet of accountancy-focused classwork, Fisher goes further by building on an accounting foundation with a variety of advanced business electives you choose. This format gives you a more well-rounded education so you're ready for a business world that needs you. Learn more about the program by downloading our one-page MAcc information sheet here.

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The MAcc program will be test-optional for autumn 2022 applicants. The autumn 2022 application will open no later than early August. Test optional means we allow you to opt-out of submitting GMAT or GRE test scores to be considered for admission. Applying to the MAcc program as test-optional does not guarantee a favorable admission decision, and your application will be reviewed holistically. We encourage prospective students to take the GRE or GMAT and share scores with us if you think they reflect your ability and potential. 

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DID YOU KNOW? You don't have to be an accounting major


Deloitte Fisher CollaborationThe Deloitte Foundation, in collaboration with The Ohio State University, has created a need-based scholarship fund to support diverse students at the university’s Max M. Fisher College of Business. The funds will provide $150,000 in scholarships over a three-year period to select students who are enrolled in Project THRIVE or the MAcc program – and who have expressed interest in pursuing a career in professional services – to complete the fifth year of education required to become a CPA. Learn more about this opportunity.

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MAcc gives backTwice each year, the MAcc students, faculty, staff, and local accounting professionals (including alumni) gather together to perform a day of service in the greater Columbus community. The MAcc program has volunteered time at charities and organizations such as Same Page Foundation, Furniture Bank of Ohio, Gladden Community House Food Pantry, Ronald McDonald House, and MidOhio Food Bank.



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