Master of Science in Accountancy

 

A dedicated career services team ensures our graduates are market ready and achieve strong employment outcomes.

Career
Success

A dedicated career services team ensures our graduates are market ready and achieve strong employment outcomes.

An optional third semester available for students seeking a paid, nine-week public accounting internship.

Optional
Internship

An optional third semester available for students seeking a paid, nine-week public accounting internship.

Highest CPA Pass Rate for the Past 20 Years

Unmatched
CPA Performance

Wake Forest students have earned the #1 CPA Pass Rate more than any other school in the past 20 years, and have been in the top 5 for 19 of those years.

Choose from assurance services, tax consulting, and financial transaction services (exclusive to Wake Forest), based on your career interests.

Three
Distinct Tracks

Choose from assurance services, tax consulting, and financial transaction services (exclusive to Wake Forest), based on your career interests.

 

The Wake Forest Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) degree program is one of the most highly ranked programs of its kind in the nation. Our program has a proven history of teaching excellence, unmatched CPA pass rate performance, robust career services, and a strong reputation among leading firms which enables us to consistently achieve nearly 100% employment at graduation.

The MSA program is a two-semester, 30-credit hour masters degree program that begins each summer and offers structured CPA Exam prep at the conclusion of the spring semester, with graduation in May.

We also offer an optional third semester that includes the opportunity to pursue a paid internship — a major benefit of the Wake Forest MSA program. This nine-week paid position provides real-world experience during the busy season. This is great for those who enter the program without previous internship experience, or those who want to gain additional experience with a company prior to accepting a full-time offer.

 

Brianna CasiniBrianna Casini — Double Deac
MS Accountancy ’20
BA Studio Art and Anthropology ’19

“My long-term goal is to get into a specialized branch that works with museum and gallery clientele. I really want to focus on the arts background [in accounting], it’s just something that’s always been a part of me.

 

Next Steps

Contact Blake McClaren (MSM ‘16, BA ‘15) to learn more about maximizing your potential — with just one more year at Wake.

 

Schedule a no-pressure conversation with him and he’ll even buy your coffee.

 

Blake McClarenBlake McClaren

Assistant Director, Enrollment Management Recruiting

Wake Forest University, MS in Management, 2016

Wake Forest University, BA in Psychology, 2015

mcclareb@wfu.edu

336.728.6170 (text or call)