Master of Science in Accountancy

The Biggest Names in Accounting Have One Name in Common – Walsh

The top companies want the top people. That’s why Walsh graduates are in such high demand. The Walsh Master of Science in Accountancy (MAC) is designed to teach mastery of accounting concepts and financial analysis, while sharpening your analytical thinking and communication skills.

The Walsh MAC prepares students with a non-accounting* background for a career in corporate or private accounting and includes required prerequisite credit hours for the Certified Public Accounting licensure. 

*Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in accounting or CPA licensure may be eligible for a 30-credit program; please request information about the MAC for accounting graduates.  


Why Walsh?

Faculty With Real-World Experience

95% of Walsh faculty have real-world experience in their area of expertise and 80% of our accounting faculty are licensed CPAs. You will learn from academic business minds who have “been there and done that.”

Flexibility and Personal Attention

The Walsh MAC combines online and on ground instruction with personal attention from faculty in small class settings. With no GMAT required, four term start dates and year-round registration, you can start anytime and plan your academic year in advance. 

A Network of Support

Our knowledgeable, professional staff will be there to help from your first contact to the day you graduate. With free tutoring, professional mentoring, and networking opportunities throughout the year, you’ll have the resources you need for academic and professional success. 

Lifetime Career Services

Walsh alumni can be found in nearly every Fortune 500 company in Michigan. We have the tools, resources, and experienced staff to help you find a new job, navigate a career change, or advance in your current role.

Master of Accountancy Courses

The Walsh MAC will help you master financial analysis and accounting fundamentals and equip you to:

  • Analyze and prepare tax forms and statements for businesses.
  • Manage assets, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and derivative securities.
  • Advise in raising and investing money, capital structuring, and capital budgeting.
  • Perform audits of various industries and businesses.
  • Direct in security and investment management.

Apply today 

Ready for the rest of your life? Apply online or speak with an advisor today. Call the Admissions office at 248-823-1600 or email admissions@walshcollege.edu. Appointments are available Monday through Friday, and walk-ins are welcome on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.


What Our Graduates Are Saying

"Walsh is THE authority in business and accounting education in metro Detroit. I'm proud to be an alumna.”
Regina Nock, BAC '11, MAC '12
Senior Accountant, Freedman & Goldberg CPAs, PC
“For me, it was significant to learn about real-life experience in the business world. At Walsh, you get a balance between what is in the book and what happens in real life. The Walsh experience prepares students for the real world and that is important.”
Ivan Guner, MSA '84
Senior Vice President, Global Business Finance, Oracle Corporation

Career Changes Can Come Anytime

Marta Salij (MAC '16) discusses why she decided to change careers after 20 years in journalism and why she chose Walsh to help her make that change. 

Why Study Accounting?

Walsh faculty discuss the importance of accounting across all industries and the career opportunities available to those who carry this distinguished degree.

Employment Opportunities

Every business needs a good accountant. 1,000 companies recruit at Walsh, and our students are hired by firms listed in the Crain’s Book of Lists, including the Big 4. Walsh alumni work in nearly every Fortune 500 company in Michigan, and with lifelong career services, you’ll have the tools and resources to help you find a new job, navigate a career change, or advance in your current role with personal attention and experienced staff.

Join the Walsh Family

Your network is a valuable asset. Make new connections by joining the Walsh  Accounting & Taxation Student Organization (ATSO), which is open to all current and prospective Walsh students. The ATSO connects you with fellow students and provides real-life, hands on experience through volunteer opportunities with the Accounting Aid Society.


This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).