Best Masters in Accounting in Georgia 2020


Best Masters in Accounting in Georgia 2020

Find out which master's degrees in Accounting is best for your career. We have listed the specialized masters degrees offered by AACSB-accredtied institutions in Georgia.

Clark Atlanta University
Bachelor of Arts in Accounting/Master of Arts in Accounting

Atlanta
The program satisfies the 150-semester hour requirement in most states and territories in order to apply for admission to the unified Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examination

Clark Atlanta University
MA in Accounting

Atlanta

Georgia College & State University
Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

Milledgeville
30-semester credit-hour program. Courses typically meet twice a week during the day.

Georgia State University
Flexible Master of Professional Accountancy

Atlanta

Georgia State University
Cohort Master of Professional Accountancy

Atlanta

Kennesaw State University
Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Kennesaw
Program offered in a two semester, daytime cohort format. Courses are taken in sequence, with new cohorts commencing every fall semester.

Kennesaw State University
Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Atlanta
Program offered in a two semester, daytime cohort format. Courses are taken in sequence, with new cohorts commencing every fall semester.

Mercer University
Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

Atlanta
An accelerated 16-month program with classes on Saturday. This degree program fulfills requirements to sit for the Uniform CPA exam and for the CPA licensure in the State of Georgia.

  • An individual course meets one evening per week
  • Complete an entire course in an eight-week session
  • Eight-week sessions enroll five times per year

Mercer University
MBA/Master of Accountancy

Atlanta
Dual degree program offered in collaboration with Mercer University's College of Health Professions.

The University of Georgia
5-Year BBA/MAcc

Athens, GA

The University of Georgia
Master of Accountancy

Athens, GA