3/2 Program Student Resources
The 3/2 Program is the Fisher School of Accounting’s premier professional program. It is designed for the students who desire a professional accounting career. Completion of this program will fulfill the State of Florida’s requirements to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and practicing as a CPA in Florida.
Completion of the integrated five-year, 150-hour program leads to the joint awarding of a Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAc) degree and a Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree. Students in this program are able to design an individualized plan of study including courses in the areas of financial accounting, auditing, or taxation.
Important Note: Because students in the 3/2 program have a graduate classification, students receiving undergraduate scholarships or Pell grants typically lose eligibility for their funding. Students encountering this problem should consult with an academic advisor and consider entering the MAcc program after earning their BSAc degree.
Success in the 3/2 program requires a thorough understanding of all program requirements. The links that follow will assist you to develop a plan of study. Our Student Handbooks and guides discuss all academic policies and procedures applicable to the 3/2 program. It is critical that you familiarize yourself with these requirements. To avoid delays in graduation, students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to confirm their plan of study satisfies all program requirements.
- MAcc Course Availability
- Sample Course Descriptions
- Module Dates
- Information Systems and Operations Management Minor
Policy and Procedures Handbook
When downloading our publications, make certain to select the version of the handbook that applies to your catalog year. This is important to consider because some policies and procedures change from one academic year to the next. However, the policies and procedures that apply to you do not change and are based upon your unique catalog year.
For graduate students, your catalog year is the academic year you first became a graduate student. If you are not sure what your catalog year is, please see your advisor.