Master of Accounting Science
Accountant, consultant, lawyer, entrepreneur: MAS graduates do some impressive things.
The Master of Accounting Science (MAS) is a one-year program for accounting undergraduates interested in any facet of accountancy, including both public and non-public practice. The program provides an opportunity to obtain a more comprehensive foundation in accounting and, through electives, advanced knowledge in areas such as data analytics, finance, taxation, information systems, and more. The MAS also qualifies you for Illinois’ CPA requirement of 150 total credit hours, including 30 accountancy credit hours. View more program highlights.
The MAS program is now offering a Spring or Fall start. Contact your academic advisor for more details or see application requirements below.
Connect with current MAS students
Email email@example.com or follow #GiesAccountancy on social media through Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter to gain an insight on classes, careers, faculty and more. The MAS program also offers a number of information sessions each year - check your email or Gies Groups for upcoming events.
Tuition & Fees/Financial Assistance Opportunities
Tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 academic year can be found here. For more information on tuition and fees, please visit the Office of the Registrar. The MAS program offers numerous opportunities for tuition assistance through teaching assistantships, diversity fellowships and scholarships - learn more about these opportunities and how to apply.