JD/MAcc Student Resources
The joint degree program culminates in the joint awarding of the Juris Doctor (JD) and the Master of Accounting (MAcc) degrees. The joint degree program is designed for students who have an undergraduate degree in accounting and are interested in advanced studies in both accounting and law. The joint degree program is open to students who have completed the equivalent of a major in accounting at the undergraduate level.
Success in the JD/MAcc program requires a thorough understanding of all requirements. The links that follow will assist you to develop a plan of study. Our Student Handbooks discuss all academic policies and procedures applicable to the JD/MAcc program. It is critical that you familiarize yourself with these requirements. To avoid delays, students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to confirm their plan of study satisfies all program requirements.
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.