The Master of Accountancy program will help you soar to new heights in your career by fulfilling the graduate credit hours required for the CPA, and obtaining excellent CPA exam preparation and superior career preparation. You will be immersed in an environment that not only reflects your values, but amplifies your skills and inspires you to follow your passions.
As a specialized business master’s degree program, the RSB MAcc includes an understanding of the specified discipline from multiple perspectives, an understanding of the specialization context, and preparation for careers or further study. The curriculum associated with our MAcc program is designed to provide the knowledge necessary to succeed as a future CPA. Three core concentrations are available through the MAcc program, including: Assurance, Assurance in Enterprise, and Accounting Studies.
If you are looking for a fast and affordable Master of Accountancy, Palm Beach Atlantic’s program offered through the Marshall E. Rinker School of Business can prepare you for success in today’s global environment. The MAcc program helps prepare students to take the CPA exam. Graduates planning to pursue a CPA, should be prepared to abide by additional requirements when seeking CPA certification in the state of Florida or in the location they seek to be certified.
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Licensure and Certifications
PBA’s Master of Accountancy program prepares graduates to become a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA). For CPA licensure you must meet the education, examination, and experience requirements in the jurisdiction in which they plan to work. All CPA candidates must pass the Uniform CPA Examination ® (CPA Exam), which comprises four sections: Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG). While the CPA Exam is the same for all candidates, other requirements may differ by jurisdiction. Students should check with their specific Board of Accountancy for requirements in their state/jurisdiction. While it is beneficial to earn a Certified Public Accountant license, it is only required for graduates that are working in public accounting, the segment of the profession that reviews and audits the financial statements of public and private entities.