Whether you aspire to be a CEO or CFO of a corporation, partner in a public accounting firm, controller of a government agency, finance director of a charitable foundation, special agent in white-collar crime, owner of your own business, or university professor, the NKU Master of Accountancy degree is the degree for you.
Accounting is often called the "language of business" because it provides the information necessary for making business decisions in many types of organizations. The ability to interpret and analyze financial information allows accounting professionals to become trusted advisers to companies and clients, helping to monitor finances and to chart courses for the future. The opportunities for accounting professionals are diverse and limitless.
Students applying to the MAcc program in the Haile/US Bank College of Business must submit the following:
To enter the MAcc 4+1 Track, undergraduate BSBA students at NKU who have completed ACC 200 may be invited to apply. Students applying to the MAcc 4+1 Track must submit the following:
In addition, 4+1 applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and must have completed at least 15 credit hours at NKU. GMAT and application fee are waived.
All requirements should be sent to the NKU Office of Graduate Education.
Northern Kentucky University
Office of Graduate Education
302 Lucas Administrative Center
Highland Heights, KY 41099
Phone: (859) 572-6364
Fax: (859) 572-6670
The Haile Foundation has generously agreed to provide scholarships for deserving MAcc students. The stipulations for the scholarships are listed below along with application specifics.
Participants will get the opportunity to learn about the Master's in Executive Leadership and Organizational Change program, the Master of Business Administration and the Master of Accountancy programs. Admission criteria, curriculum and faculty introductions will be provided.
Appetizers and Drinks provided.
Graduate Programs Coordinator
The Master of Accountancy program will prepare you for careers in: