The Master of Accounting program at Calvin University is an excellent way to build your career, develop analytical and technical skills, and prepare to influence the accounting profession as an important decision maker.
What you'll discover at Calvin
- Courses taught from a Christian perspective.
- Professors with public accounting and/or industry experience.
- Education that prepares you to uphold the highest ethical standards in your field.
Eligibility requirements for the Master of Accounting program can be found on the application page.
Download and complete our application to apply.
Key FactsCourses: 31 credit hours (10 courses)
Program length: 9 months (full-time)
Financial assistance: available for qualified recipients
Start date: fall or spring semester
Grants and Scholarships
Merit grants are available to all qualified applicants. Contact Program Director Marilyn Stansbury for details.
Applicants completing their undergraduate degree at Calvin may also be eligible for donor-sponsored scholarships. Contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid by phone (616-526-6134) or email for details.
Courses (31 credit hours)
|Advanced Topics in Auditing and Assurance Services||Tax Research and Professional Responsibilities|
|Advanced Accounting||Accounting Communications|
|Auditing||Corporate Financial Research, Analysis & Valuation|
|Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting||Business Analytics|
|Current Issues in Accounting||Ethics in Accounting|