The MAcc curriculum helps ensure you'll be equipped with the skills and knowledge you need on exam day. Our team will work closely with you to advise you on courses that meet your specific state education requirements.
Note: Each State Board of Accountancy makes the final determination on a candidate’s eligibility to sit for the exam. State educational requirements for CPA licensure are subject to change, and the University of Michigan cannot guarantee that all such requirements will be satisfied through completion of the Ross MAcc. If you're interested in obtaining a CPA license, we encourage you to confirm your eligibility to satisfy all educational requirements with the State Accountancy Board in the specific state or U.S. district/territory where you wish to become licensed.
Several MAcc alumni have received the prestigious AICPA Elijah Watt Sells Award, an honor given to candidates who obtain a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all four sections of the CPA exam within one year on their first attempt.