Accounting Degree Programs

Undergraduate Accounting Major

The accounting major is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of business while preparing them for a variety of careers both in business and the public sector. The accounting major requires 15 credits hours in addition to the undergraduate core curriculum. Thinking CPA? Students considering the CPA route are advised to speak with an academic advisor about ways to meet CPA exam and licensure requirements.

Undergraduate Accounting Minor

The accounting minor requires a minimum of 18 credits hours of coursework in accounting and business.  Thinking CPA? Students considering the CPA route are advised to speak with an academic advisor about ways to meet CPA exam and licensure requirements.

Undergraduate Accounting Concentration

Students majoring in another business discipline may add a concentration in Accounting by completing an additional six credits of coursework in the area beyond Principles of Accounting (BUAD 203).

Master of Accounting

Accounting is ranked #6 in U.S. News & World Report's Best Business Jobs, and #24 Best Jobs overall. William & Mary's AACSB accredited MAcc program is your gateway to success in this high-demand field Designed for tomorrow's global business demands, the Mason School's robust, two-semester program builds on an accounting-centric core with an intense immersion into a specialized area of study. Students have a variety of career-launching opportunities to learn from top-ranked faculty, network one-on-one with industry leaders and world-class alumni and gain real-world experience with top accounting firms.