Master of Accounting
The Fisher MAcc Difference

MAcc Students

Unlike most graduate accounting programs, which draw a majority of students from the same university, Fisher attracts students from a wide range of schools. Thanks to a small class size and a collaborative environment, Fisher MAcc students develop close bonds with classmates that provide strong personal and professional networks.

  • Academics

     

     

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  • Career

    A focus on employment success

    • A track record of successful career outcomes - 95-98 percent of job-seeking domestic graduates are hired within 3 months of earning the Fisher MAcc degree

    • An individualized approach - You have a dedicated career consultant who assists you every stage of the job recruiting process

    • Preparation for professional certification - Upon completion of your degree, you are eligible to sit for the CPA exam in those states that have enacted the "150 hour rule" (including Ohio)

     

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  • Data & Analytics

    Data & Analytics Innovation

    KPMG, an industry leader in audit, tax and advisory services, worked with The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business to develop modern curriculum offerings focused on Data & Analytics. This powerful combination of a D&A-focused accounting curriculum, practical use of the latest analytics technology, and real-world experiences are essential to students planning a career in a complex data-driven business world. Watch this video to hear from the program director, Dr. Tzachi Zach about why this innovation is so important. 

    VIDEO: Data & Analytics in the MAcc program

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Whether you are in the beginning stages of your program search or you have already decided that one of Fisher's graduate programs is the right fit for you, we encourage you to connect with us.  

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Due to COVID-19, on-campus activities (in-person meetings, class visits, campus tours) are temporarily unavailable. Prospective students should contact the Graduate Programs Office virtually to meet with a graduate student ambassador, admissions, or a program-specific recruiter to learn more.