The Fisher MAcc curriculum provides you substantial flexibility in individualized course work - 78% of your degree consists of electives. Our program includes a core of accounting courses with emphasis in one or more areas of business, combined with a strong focus in technical, decision making, critical thinking, analytical and communication skills. You will acquire a command of business and accounting concepts to prepare you for a fulfilling long-term career in accounting.


You will need 31 semester credit hours to earn the Fisher MAcc, 10 of which are required core courses. The balance of credits can be earned in a combination of accounting and non-accounting elective courses. You will discover a wide selection of robust electives allowing you to explore areas of interest while broadening your understanding of accounting’s role in organizations and the marketplace.

Combined BSBA-MAcc Program

Select undergraduate Fisher accounting majors can complete the earn their BSBA and a MAcc degree in four years.

Pre-MAcc Seminar

The Pre-MAcc Seminar will focus on technical accounting knowledge. The knowledge and training that students gain in this non-credit seminar will enhance their ability to perform successfully in the required and elective courses for the Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree.


Because our faculty is accomplished both in the academic side of business and the practice of it, you will be experiencing the finest and most current thinking in management education today. Fisher faculty members are internationally recognized leaders in the study of the economic, social, political, and technological forces shaping global markets today.

CPA Examination

Fisher's MAcc degree may provide you with sufficient business and accounting credits to sit for the CPA exam in those states that have enacted the "150 hour rule."

Research Centers

Fisher offers resarch centers which support teaching, research and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students, and the corporate community.

In Their Words

  • Yerim Kim

    "From choosing my own curriculum to thinking for myself in my classes, I was always in charge. The program doesn’t try to mold you into a certain type of student/professional.

    It encourages you to figure our who you are and helps you get there. The fact that you get to choose your classes allows you to specialize in an area even before you enter the work force."

    Yerim Kim
    Class of 2009
    Stroz Friedberg, LLC
    New York City, New York