Lubbock Christian University


  • Russell Dabbs, Ph.D.
  • Laci Richardson, Ph.D.
  • Joshua Sauerwien, D.B.A

Admission to the Master of Accounting program

  • See graduate admissions section of university catalog.
  • Undergraduate students pursuing the 150-hour BBA/Master of Accounting (MAcc) program may be eligible to enroll in up to 6 hours of graduate coursework prior to being within 12 hours of earning a baccalaureate degree. This exception is specific for the BBA/MAcc program and acceptance is dependent upon successful completion of program prerequisite requirements and advisor recommendation. Students will be eligible for unconditional admission to the graduate-level MAcc program upon successful completion of the baccalaureate degree.

Master of Accounting

The Master of Accounting program will prepare students for their callings in the field of accounting and to successfully complete the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination. Students without an undergraduate business degree may need additional business courses to meet the CPA requirements for Texas. According to ACBSP standards, before a new program can be considered for accreditation, it must be operational with enrolled students for at least two years and have graduates.  The Master of Accounting program commenced Fall 2020.

(30 hours)

  • ACC5315  Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACC5401  Accounting and Tax Research
  • ACC5402  Advanced Accounting and Theory
  • ACC5002  Advanced Accounting and Theory Lab
  • ACC5404  Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting
  • ACC5405  Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting
  • ACC5406  Advanced Income Tax
  • ACC5006  Advanced Income Tax Lab
  • ACC5408  Accounting Analytics
  • ECO5310  Managerial Economics