Grow Your Assets.
Prepare for Success.

Be prepared for the next step of your career with comprehensive accounting and cross-functional business courses, including MBA-level and U-M electives. In just eight months, you’ll leave with the accounting knowledge, business acumen, and data analytics skills you need to power your success.

18
core
3
core electives
9
electives
30
credits

A Cross-Functional Curriculum

Overview of Program Schedule

Program Schedule
Fall A Fall B Winter A Winter B
Elective(s) Elective(s) Elective(s) Elective(s)
Corporate Financial Research & Reporting
ACC 555
Information Systems Design
ACC 601*
Advanced Financial Accounting
ACC 625
Financial Instruments & Structured Finance
ACC 565
Federal Taxation
ACC 561*
   
EY Accounting & Public Policy Symposium
ACC 695
   
  Auditing & Assurance
ACC 630
 

*This course may be waived by students who completed them in their undergraduate program, earning a grade of A or B. If one core course waiver is granted, the course hours must be replaced with an additional core elective. If an additional course waiver is granted, the hours must be replaced with elective study.

Program Kickoff

Begin your MAcc experience with a trip to Washington, D.C., through the EY Accounting and Public Policy Symposium core course. Gain a unique perspective on how accounting policy shapes business, while meeting policymakers and getting to know your fellow classmates. 

Fall Term

Build your knowledge base with core accounting and financial reporting courses, taught by our world-renowned faculty. Choose which core electives you'd like to take in the fall, and round out your schedule by choosing from a wide variety of MBA electives across disciplines (data analytics, public policy, finance, law, etc.).

Core Courses

Federal Taxation - ACC 561*

EY Accounting and Public Policy Symposium - ACC 695

Corporate Financial Research and Reporting - ACC 555

Information Systems Design  - ACC 601*

Auditing & Assurance - ACC 630

Core Electives

Federal Taxation II - ACC 620

Internal Control Systems - ACC 640

Cost Systems - ACC 650

Financial Statement Analysis I - ACC 711

Financial Statement Analysis II - ACC 713

Managing the Maize and Blue Fund - ACC 725

Ethics and Negotiations for Accountants - BL 555

International Tax - LAW 691

Partnership Tax - LAW 726

Tax of Financial Instruments - LAW 746

Taxation of Individual Income - LAW 747

Corporate Taxation - LAW 749

*This course may be waived by students who completed them in their undergraduate program, earning a grade of A or B. If one core course waiver is granted, the course hours must be replaced with an additional core elective. If an additional course waiver is granted, the hours must be replaced with elective study.

An Exclusive Experience:
The EY Accounting and Public Policy Symposium

Start your MAcc experience with the EY Accounting and Public Policy Symposium in Washington, D.C. This core course offers an up-close look at how accounting impacts public policy at the highest levels, and includes discussions with top-level speakers and tours around the nation’s capital.

The Sanger Leadership Center

Find opportunities to lead outside of the classroom through co-curricular activities hosted by the Sanger Leadership Center, the hub for leadership development and research on campus.

Leadership Crisis Challenge

Prepare to lead successfully in high-pressure, high-stakes environments through this simulated business crisis.

Leadership Crisis Challenge

Legacy Lab

The Legacy Lab

Unlock your personal capabilities and learn how to increase your influence as part of two transformative Legacy Lab workshops. 

The Legacy Lab

Story Lab

Develop executive-level presence and impactful communication skills through storytelling workshops and events hosted by Story Lab. 

Story Lab

Business + Impact Challenge

Business+Impact Challenge

Propose creative solutions to a Fortune 100 company or highly-visible community organization in our annual Business+Impact Challenge.

Business+Impact Challenge

A World of Opportunity Awaits

Understand business from a new perspective through a short-term global experience.
Take a closer look at international business topics, like luxury brand management or global Fintech, in a winter-term course — then explore them abroad during your spring break. 

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