The Georgia Master of Accountancy offers students several dual degree options, providing both accelerated courses of study and complementary degrees for improved marketability.
Current UGA undergraduate accounting majors can satisfy requirements for both their BBA and MAcc degrees with this path. Advisement necessary.
Terry admits who are non-accounting majors at the University of Georgia only can complete this program to pursue either public accounting, consulting or advisory positions.
Over three years, students who majored in accounting and who want to pursue a career in tax law and become licensed as both a CPA and an attorney can graduate with both a Juris Doctor and a Masters of Accountancy – Taxation.
Accounting undergraduates interested in both personal financial planning and taxation
can complete this 3-semester program, earning two masters degrees and qualifying to
sit for the CPA, CFP and PFS exams.