Accountancy - Master's
The first and only program of its kind in the state, the hybrid MAcc program was designed to allow students to simultaneously earn a Master’s degree and sit for the Certified Public Accountant’s (CPA) exam. The goal of the program is to prepare students for successful careers in accounting, with an emphasis on professional certification and fundamental business skills. Tennessee Tech’s MAcc program represents the first hybrid Master of Accountancy program available in the state of Tennessee. While the majority of the program’s content will be delivered online, presenting a unique benefit to working professionals, the program is “hybrid” in nature in that online content will be supplemented with two weekend residencies over the course of the program.
Admission to the Master of Accountancy program is open to qualified students with a bachelor’s degree and a major in accounting (or the equivalent) from an accredited institution. This is an online program; be sure to check the evaluation criteria details below for more information on whether you’re eligible to take online courses with Tennessee Tech.