The success of the Fisher MAcc program resides in its characteristics - intimate, interactive, hands on and flexible.
You always have access to faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives. By focusing on teamwork in the program, you will build relationships in and out of class including networking and mentoring opportunities.
You will also have flexibility to study what intrigues you. As a Fisher MAcc student, you will use your accounting and non-accounting elective requirements to help support your possible career objective(s), be it financial reporting and analysis, assurance services, taxation, etc.
Fisher’s Master of Accounting Program helps you gain a broader and deeper understanding of how accounting functions within organizations. In the MAcc program, you develop critical thinking and analytical skills, as well as reinforce strong technical skills required for CPA licensing.
Contact Fisher's Graduate Programs Office directly to schedule on-campus activities such as in-person meetings, class visits and campus tours. We will do our best to accommodate your request in-person or virtually within university guidelines - Safe and Healthy Buckeyes.