BS/MAcc Integrated Program

Obtain your BS in Accounting degree and a MAcc degree in as little as four years in this integrated study program. This program is strongly recommended for those individuals planning to obtain professional certification as a certified public accountant (CPA). In order to qualify to sit for the CPA examination, candidates must have completed 150 semester hours of study at the university level, including specific credit hours and courses in accounting and general business. The integrated program fulfills these requirements in the state of Ohio and saves qualified students both time and money while equipping students with the skills and knowledge attractive to top accounting firms.

This additional preparation will prepare you to make immediate contributions in careers such as:

Applying to the Integrated BS/MAcc Program:

The following materials are typically required when applying to the MAcc program, although many items are waived for BS in Accounting students. Below are the requirement details and notes regarding specific application items.

Application Fee of $100 (non-refundable)



English Language Test (TOEFL or IELTS) – International Students Only

Two Essays and Current Resume

Two Letters of Recommendation

Interview Video

Application Deadlines

As a general rule, students should apply for the semester in which they will be taking a majority of graduate courses. This typically means that students apply during their junior year for admission to the program in the spring of their junior or the fall of their senior year.

Single Round
Deadline:October 15, 2016
Notification Date:November 1, 2016
Single Round
Deadline:January 1, 2017
Notification Date:February 1, 2017

Scholarships for Integrated BS/MAcc Students:

Significant academic scholarships and graduate assistantships are available to students in the Integrated BS/MAcc program. It is recommended that students work with their Weatherhead undergraduate adviser to arrange a study plan that maximizes their undergraduate and graduate scholarships. Both domestic and international students are eligible for MAcc scholarships.

CWRU Non-Accounting Majors:

CWRU undergraduate students who did not or are not majoring in accounting are eligible to apply for the Master of Accountancy program and are eligible for certain application requirement waivers. Non-accounting undergraduate students will be required to complete a set of prerequisite courses that would extend the program to approximately two years depending upon how the coursework is arranged.

For more information, visit the MAcc program page or contact Tiffany Welch, Assistant Dean, Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs, at 216.368.2058, or Ashley Lu, Program Manager, MAcc, at 216.368.5376.