Full-Time Master of Accountancy
Build on the accounting concepts you learned as an undergrad so you’re better prepared for management positions later in your career.
Our Master of Accountancy degree is also offered as an Early Assurance Program, which means students can receive a guaranteed spot in a prominent graduate program early in an undergraduate career or as part of their admission from high school.
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|Total Program Tuition & Fees (Accounting Path)||$18,090||$32,970|
|Total Program Tuition & Fees (Business Path)||$25,326||$46,158|
Tuition and fees are for estimating purposes and are subject to change. Pending Board of Trustees' approval.
*Additional fees include health insurance and legal fees but may be waived if proof of coverage is shown; required of international students.
PLEASE NOTE: The Full-Time MAcc awards a very limited number of Graduate Assistantships (funding offers) to students each year. This means that not all admitted students will be offered a Graduate Assistantship award. If you are offered a GA, it will include a 25% tuition waiver and a $4,000 stipend for the year. Both the tuition waiver and stipend only apply to your fall and spring semester courses. You will not receive funding for the summer courses (note that you only enroll in two courses over the summer that are completely online). Ultimately, if you are not prepared to pay at least 60-70% of the program tuition and fees, please contact us before submitting your application. We want to help you find a program that works for your specific circumstances.
Financial aid for graduate study (regardless of discipline) is available in the form of student loans. To begin the loan application process, you need to complete and submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The school code for Ohio University is 003100.
To learn more about loans, scholarships and grants, visit Ohio University's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships. Another good resource is The College Board.