Master of Accounting
Master of Accounting
The LCU School of Business offers a fast-track program for business students to receive their Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Master of Accounting in just five years, saving students both time and money. The Master of Accounting program can also be completed as a stand-alone program for those wishing to complete a graduate degree in accounting.
The Master of Accounting (MAcc) program is a 30-hour graduate program that will prepare students for their callings in the field of accounting and to successfully complete the Uniform CPA Exam, fully prepared for lives of Christian service and leadership.
What Students Are Saying
“My goal is not to be a business person who just so happens to be a Christian, but a Christian who just so happens to be in business. I want to be able to incorporate a passion for Christ into my love for business.”
– Allison Scott, Junior soccer athlete
“There’s a noticeable difference between Lubbock Christian University and other universities. It has become clear to me that other universities may have offered what I wanted, but didn’t offer what I needed.”
– Jeremy Nuttall, Senior transfer student
In order to be considered for admission to the MAcc program, students must:
Tuition for the MAcc program is $765 per credit hour. For current LCU students, six credit hours of graduate coursework can be taken during a student’s undergraduate semesters. These six credit hours are included in the undergraduate block tuition rates charged by LCU, so there is no extra tuition fee.
There is also an additional course fee of $2,000 for courses ACC 5002 and ACC 5006, which covers the discounted Becker CPA Exam Review Materials, which would cost $2,800 if the students purchased that on their own.
Scholarships are available for the graduate semesters, as well as graduate assistantships. Applications for scholarships or assistantships can be completed after acceptance into the MAcc program.
Visit the University Catalog here to view this and other courses making up business degree plans.