The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program requires 30 semester units or ten courses which can be completed in just under 1-year (48 units for non-accounting majors will take additional time). The purpose of the WJU MAcc degree is to provide students with a bachelor’s degree a direct pathway to CPA exam eligibility and to better prepare students to be transformational stewards in the accounting profession. Currently those seeking professional licensing as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) must successfully complete a minimum of 150 semester units, with 30+ units in a variety of accounting, auditing, and tax courses to obtain a license (once they also pass all four portions of the Uniform CPA Exam and have at least 1-year of full-time accounting work experience). Thus, the MAcc curriculum is designed to not only exceed the academic requirements to become a CPA, but it will be delivered in a manner which will enable working professionals to also gain their 1-year of industry experience. Tuition is $650 per unit.