Master of Accountancy

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Program Description

Master of Accountancy

Our 16-month MAcc program prepares students for the Certified Public Accounting examination and an exciting career in accounting.

Offered in a convenient hybrid of traditional and online coursework, with students meeting in a classroom on campus one Saturday per month and the remaining assignments completed in a convenient online format. The accelerated 16-month program will prepare you to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace.

Prepare to Excel

As a graduate of Florida Southern College's Barney Barnett School of Business & Free Enterprise, one of the five percent of business schools accredited by the AACSB, you will have the knowledge and confidence to solve complex problems, develop forward-thinking strategies, and be respected in your field. This innovative program integrates functional skills in accounting, ethics, and quantitative and qualitative analysis of the managerial and motivational skills required of today’s executive leadership.

CPA Licensure

Completion of the B.S. (bachelor’s degree) in Accounting and the MAcc (Master of Accountancy degree) will prepare the student for CPA licensure, including 150 hours of academic credit.*

*Please note: A student who desires to be licensed as a CPA in the State of Florida will also need to pass the CPA Exam and to complete one year of supervised experience.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

The oldest private college in Florida, Florida Southern College was founded in Orlando in 1883 as South Florida Institute.Soon afterward, it moved to Leesburg. In 1885, a college curriculum was added ... Read More

The oldest private college in Florida, Florida Southern College was founded in Orlando in 1883 as South Florida Institute.Soon afterward, it moved to Leesburg. In 1885, a college curriculum was added and the college was opened to male and female students. In 1901, the college moved to Sutherland, now Palm Harbor, and in 1906, it was renamed Southern College. The college temporarily moved to Clearwater from 1921 to 1922, and in 1922, it moved again to the shores of Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland. In 1935, the Trustees adopted the name Florida Southern College. Read less
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