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The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program is designed to encourage the development of critical thinking, analysis and communication skills. By facilitating personal growth and the ability to adapt and respond to a complex and changing environment, the program helps you acquire advanced knowledge and accounting and related aspects of business.
The BAcc and MAcc are accredited by CPA Canada.
Information for current Goodman BAcc applicants
Brock’s BAcc/MAcc CPA Pathway will allow you to complete all the required courses and modules for the CPA designation. Upon graduation from the proposed MAcc CPA Pathway, Goodman BAcc (Stream A) graduates will go directly to the CFE.
Graduates of Goodman's BAcc must apply to the MAcc in their final year of study.
Upon successful graduation from the proposed Goodman BAcc (Stream A) MAcc program:
In the proposed Goodman MAcc CPA Pathway, you will complete all four CPA elective modules: Assurance, Performance Management, Tax and Finance. You may also choose to complete a minor in finance, human resource management or marketing.
Proposed BAcc/MAcc CPA Pathway:
Information for non-Goodman applicants
The proposed MAcc program will launch in January 2015 and will involve 7 months of full-time study.
Upon successful graduation from the MAcc program:
MAcc graduates who did not complete Goodman's BAcc (Stream A) will need to consult directly with CPA Ontario to find out remaining requirements prior to sitting the CFE.