JD/MAcc Joint Degree

Students have the opportunity to earn both a Juris Doctorate (JD) and a Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree concurrently. These students will apply to and complete requirements for both degrees within a four-year time span following the accounting junior core. The first year will be exclusively focused on MAcc courses. The second year will focus exclusively on law courses, and years three and four will be a combination of MAcc and law school courses.  A maximum of twenty-four credits will be waived through concurrent enrollment within these two programs.

JD/MAcc Program Information

JD/MAcc Professional Stem Curriculum

JD/MAcc Tax Stem Curriculum