Master’s Degree in Accountancy (MAcc)

Hodges University

Naples, Florida, USA
Master’s Degree in Accountancy (MAcc)
Duration1 Year
LevelMasters Program
  • The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) at Hodges University is an accelerated program of study offering rigorous specialized instruction designed to prepare students to enter the profession and succeed
  • In addition to acquiring specialized expertise in accounting theories and topics, students develop the quantitative, analytical, communication, and research skills demanded of accounting professionals in business, public accountancy, and industry today
  • The graduate-level course work of the MAcc may be completed in one year
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1647900 INR
Application Fee3662 INR
Student Services Fee54930 INR
Book/Resources Fee43944 INR
Total102536 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution or an undergraduate degree along with the accounting and finance prerequisite courses
  • Students without an undergraduate degree/equivalent in accounting or lacking foundational prerequisite courses must complete these prerequisites prior to being admitted into the MAcc Program
  • These prerequisite courses are as follows:
    • Federal Tax Accounting I
    • Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis I
    • Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis II
    • Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis III
    • Cost Accounting and Control or Managerial Accounting (upper level)
    • Advanced Financial Reporting and Analysis I and
    • Independent Auditing
  • ELP Waiver:
    • 650-word graded essay (for students who completed at least three consecutive years at an institution where English is the language of instruction); OR
    • Completion of High School at an English speaking institution
ExamsTOEFL: 79


SAT: Accepted
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score of 550
Additional info
  • Transcripts, formally evaluated by an approved evaluation agency,  of all coursework not taken through an accredited U.S. institution. Visit for a list of approved agencies
  • Evidence of financial support showing proof of funding, sufficient to cover the total yearly cost of attendance and general living expenses
  • Proof of English Proficiency


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