College of Business and Technology Department of Accounting and Finance
#1 University Circle/ Stipes Hall 431
Macomb, IL, 61455, United States
WIU's MAcc program is committed to academic excellence, educational opportunity, personal growth, and social responsibility. We embrace diversity and offer a rigorous curriculum in an inclusive environment. Beta Alpha Psi provides networking opportunities to help students secure internships that can lead to career opportunities. Masters students who volunteer to participate in the CPA Project commit to completing all four sections of the CPA exam during their final semester.
Master's Degree, MAcc, Master's of Accountancy
Gregg Woodruff Ph. D., CPA
Department Chair, Accounting and Finance
309 298 1152
Assistant Director, WIU School of Graduate Studies
The ideal candidate should meet academic qualifications indicating the potential for academic success in the Master's of Accountancy program. Students should be highly motivated, have a demonstrated record of community service, and be a person who is characterized as having high personal integrity. Time management skills and a superior work ethic are necessary to be successful in this program. Candidates should be committed to preparing for professional certification. Prospective students should seek confirmation that they meet prerequisite course requirements. Examples include undergraduate; business communications, business ethics, business law, computer science, information systems, and accounting courses.