Equip yourself to go further

Prepare for a successful career with a masters degree in accounting from Calvin College.


The MAcc program is designed for individuals with undergraduate degrees in business or accounting. This program is well-suited for individuals wanting to sharpen and broaden their knowledge of accounting topics and tools used in the accounting profession. The program is also a good fit for those wanting to begin or advance their career in accounting in the public or private sector. Our streamlined admissions process eliminates the need for standardized testing.

Masters in Accounting

Career Options

A masters degree can mean more opportunities, career advancement, and even greater wages for aspiring accountants. Make sure you're reaching your full potential with a degree that will last your entire career.

Run the numbers

  • 9

    months to receive your advanced degree

  • 10

    500-level courses to complete the program

  • 100%

    of courses are taught by professors with "Big 4" public accounting firm and industry experience

Courses (31 credit hours)
ACCT 508: Advanced Topics in Tax & Law ACCT 521: Advanced Topics in Auditing & Assurance Services
ACCT 510: Advanced Accounting ACCT 530: Accounting Communications
ACCT 511: Auditing ACCT 535: Corporate Financial Research, Analysis & Valuation
ACCT 512: Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting ACCT 545: Business Analytics
ACCT 520: Current Issues in Accounting ACCT 562: Ethics in Accounting
Masters in Accounting


$798 per credit hour. For a limited time, we are offering each student 10% off the total program cost, a discount of over $2,400. Students must apply by April 15, 2017.

You may also be eligible for donor-sponsored scholarships. Please contact the MAcc program director for more details.


The program is open to everyone who meets eligibility requirements.


Please direct all inquiries and application materials to Program Director Marilyn Stansbury at macc@calvin.edu.

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