Welcome to the Master of Accountancy (MAcct) Program
The University of Montana Master of Accountancy program is designed to meet you, where you are. Through flexible delivery, students can take classes in-person, live over Zoom, or a combination of the two.
- Attend courses live in the classroom
- Synchronously join live courses online over Zoom from anywhere in the world*
- Take courses using a combination of in-person and synchornous live online learning*
*synchronous online learning means that students are required to log in and participate in class at a specific time each week
The Montana MAcct
Accelerate your career potential with the Montana MAcct. The Master of Accountancy at the University of Montana offers more than just another year of coursework. Our curriculum is designed to help you develop a high level of technical knowledge, acquire in-demand data analytics skills, and to facilitate growth of peer and professional networks leadership capability for advancement in the accounting profession. Whether your interest is auditing, tax planning and strategy, technology and risk assurance, or wealth management, you'll be prepared to pass the CPA exam and land a great job that launches a fantastic career. Discover how we help students meet their goals and learn more about our program.
Ranked #14 for schools with 16 or fewer faculty.
For all schools of all sizes in the Western U.S., the MAcct program is ranked #20.
According to Public Accounting Report
Job Placement Rate
For MAcct students upon graduation
Above the National Average
The CPA Exam pass rate for all sections attempted is 79%
(30 percentage points more than the 49% national average)
Worth of Scholarships
Thanks to our outstanding donors, the College of Business awards over $93,000 in scholarships to graduate business students each year!
We Know You
Students Per Class
Small class sizes allow for personalized attention
AACSB Accounting Accreditation
The only AACSB-accredited program in the state with separate accounting accreditation
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