If you are a college graduate with an accounting major, you may enroll in the MAC program without taking additional undergraduate courses. If you have a business degree in another subject area, you may be eligible for the program, but must first take additional courses.
Due to the unique, hybrid nature of Villanova’s Master of Accountancy program, we are unable to admit International students who require a F-1 visa permit. The online only structure during the Fall and Spring does not fulfill the full-time, in-person requirements needed to remain a full-time student. If you have any questions regarding your personal situation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Yes. The 12-month MAC program is specifically designed to allow you to begin classes and still start full-time employment in the fall. You are not required to have full-time employment to enroll in the program.
Yes. Off-campus housing is available throughout the year, and the fall and spring courses can be completed online.
Yes, all programs offered by the Villanova School of Business are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the professional accrediting body for business schools.
Yes. The 30 credit hours you earn in the program, when combined with an appropriate undergraduate degree, meet the 150 hours required by many states.
Yes. You will need to make arrangements with your employer to get the necessary time off during the summer of full-time study.
No. The summer coursework, consisting of six graduate courses, is a rigorous load that requires your full-time commitment. Classes take place 4 days a week from 8:30 to 3:30 each day.
Students who have completed the MAC program have the option to apply for admission to the MBA Flex Track program, enabling them to transfer up to 12 credits into the MBA program.
The 2013 -2014 tuition for the Master of Accountancy (MAC) program is $32,700 or $1,090 per credit. In addition, the university assesses a $30 general fee each semester.
Please note that if you require additional coursework beyond the standard curriculum, your tuition costs will be higher.
Financial aid in the form of student loans is available.