The 3/2 Program is the Fisher School of Accounting’s premier professional program. It is an integrated, five-year, 150-hour program which leads to the joint awarding of a Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAc) degree and a Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree. This program offers three options: concentration in auditing, concentration in taxation, and no concentration. Currently enrolled accounting students should use the 3/2 Student Resources to develop a plan of study.
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.
3/2 Curriculum and Course Sequencing
3/2 Program Concentration in Auditing
3/2 Program Concentration in Taxation
3/2 Program No Concentration
Years 1-4 Course Sequencing
How to Apply for Admission
Florida CPA Information
The MAcc program is designed for students who desire a professional accounting career. Completion of this program will fulfill the State of Florida’s educational requirements to take the Certified Public Accountant Examination in Florida and to obtain licensure as a CPA in Florida. CPA licensure includes other, non-educational requirements. Please note that requirements can change, and may not immediately be reflected here or in the program. Contact the Florida Board of Accountancy or visit their web site if you have any questions regarding your eligibility to take the CPA Exam or be licensed as a CPA in Florida. We have not made a determination as to whether the MAcc program meets educational requirements in any other state or jurisdiction. Consult the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy website for information regarding CPA exam and licensure eligibility for all states and jurisdictions.
Florida Board of Accountancy, Phone: 850.487.1395
National Association of State Boards of Accountancy
Academic Learning Compact