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5-Year BBA/MAcc Program

If you’re a current undergraduate accounting major at UGA and are interested in pursuing a graduate degree, you are eligible to apply to the 5-year BBA/MAcc program during your senior year.

The 5-year program allows you to satisfy requirements for both the BBA and MAcc degrees concurrently. Due to the sensitive timing of the BBA/MAcc program structure, careful coordination and advisement is necessary.

Students may have a maximum of 6 undergraduate credit hours remaining to be completed alongside  their graduate coursework after being admitted to the 5-year BBA/MAcc program.

Eligibility

To be considered, students must have completed the first two semesters of the BBA Accounting program. This includes:

Co-requisites to complete the BBA/MAcc:

* Students planning to do the audit or advisory track in the MAcc Program are strongly encouraged to have completed Audit before beginning MAcc courses.

 

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