The MAcc/MS Financial Planning (Non-Thesis) program is a 3-semester program designed for accounting undergraduates who are interested in the intersection of personal financial planning and taxation. Upon completion of the program, students will be qualified to sit for the CPA, CFP, and PFS exams and will earn two masters degrees, making them extremely marketable to a wide variety of employers.

Program Structure

Required Accounting Courses (18 hours)

Required Financial Planning Courses (24 hours)

Accounting Electives (6 hours)

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