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This is done by integrating the eight month MAcc Program with Michigan Ross’ top-tier MBA Program. As a result, you get a dynamic, broad-based education that prepares you to be a leader in your field. Ross MAcc students are recruited by more than just accounting firms; they pursue careers worldwide in industries like investment banking, consulting and non-profit enterprise.

By tailoring elective courses, MAcc graduates are also well positioned for success in the CPA exam. In fact, our students have one of the highest CPA exam passing rates in the nation. While this is an impressive statistic, our goals transcend such immediate milestones. We seek to maximize each student’s long-term potential by providing a balanced education rich in core fundamentals, cultural perspective, and technological relevance. Emphasis on communication and teamwork is stressed throughout the program, particularly through participation in Ross Leadership Initiative (RLI)seminars and the EY Public Policy Symposium, conducted in Washington, D.C.

The MAcc core includes a balanced mix of accounting and financial reporting coursework. All courses are fully integrated with the Ross School’s MBA Program and are taught by MBA faculty.
Students choose one core elective course to supplement their core curriculum.
MAcc elective choices are virtually unlimited. Students have access to MBA electives as well as select courses in public policy, law, foreign language, and other disciplines.
Michigan Ross is synonymous with developing leaders who make a positive difference in the world.
Application ComponentsYour MAcc application must include:TranscriptsOutline of Prerequisite Course CompletionGMAT or GREResumeReferencesEssaysNonrefundable application fee ($75 USD for domestic applicants, $100 USD for international applicants)International applicants only: TOEFL score of 100 or better, dated within two years of application. (IELTS is not accepted. TOEFL waivers are only granted if applicants have studied in the US for four or more years.)The Ross MAcc program does not offer part-time study, and it cannot be extended beyond one year. Because the program is only offered full-time, students may not be simultaneously enrolled in another graduate or certificate program. The only graduate-level students eligible to apply are those who will not duplicate course content between previous or current coursework and the MAcc curriculum. No previous coursework can be transferred into the MAcc.Additional Requirements for International StudentsUNDERGRADUATE DEGREEInternational applicants are required to submit copies of both an academic record and diploma (or other document indicating the date and conferral of your degree). Copies of documents are acceptable at the time of application; official documents will be requested if you are admitted to the program. We accept most three-year bachelor’s degrees, as long as they are equivalent to a four-year U.S. degree.If the original language of the academic record and diploma is not English, a certified English translation must accompany the original document. The translation should be literal rather than interpretive. If a certified copy of the original transcript is submitted, it must be certified by the institution from which the degree was received. Documents notarized by a Notary Public are not acceptable.Credentials must include:Years of attendance at the academic institutionCourses takenGrades receivedDated degree, diploma, or certificate English Language Requirements TOEFL paper-based test score : 560 TOEFL iBT® test: 84

MAcc GSI and Scholarship Opportunities

The Ross MAcc program is happy to provide tuition assistance in the form of Graduate Student Instructor positions and scholarships to our most deserving students. Interested students mustcomplete and submit an application, which will be considered on a rolling basis upon admission to the program.

Non-Ross Scholarship Opportunities

Tuition assistance is available through U-M college-wide scholarships and non-U-M entities offering accounting-specific scholarships. You are encouraged to conduct a search of U-M and non-U-M opportunities. Useful search tools include the U-M Office of Financial Aid Scholarship Listing and the AICPA ‘This Way to CPA’ scholarship search.


Many MAcc students rely on student loans to pay for their degree. The University of Michigan participates in the Federal Direct Lending program. Federal unsubsidized, Perkins, and Grad PLUS loans are available to qualifying U.S. citizen and permanent resident students.

Private loans are also available to U.S. citizen and permanent resident students. International students may also apply, provided they have a qualifying U.S. citizen or permanent resident cosigner.

Ross Financial Aid is available to help you navigate the federal and private loan process. . Other Sources of Funding First priority should always be academics, but MAccs may choose to work part-time while enrolled. Each fall, the MAcc class is canvassed for interest in tutoring, grading, and performing academic research. The database of interested students is utilized throughout the year by Ross PhD students and faculty, and all positions are paid. U-M also employs students in various positions on campus; listings can be found through the U-M Student Employment Office.

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