The Master of Forensic Accounting (MFAcc) is the premier graduate degree in accounting. Its unique hybrid structure maximizes the joint benefits of online learning and traditional face-to-face instruction. The customized delivery platform is specifically designed to accommodate the time constraints of working professionals. The program can be completed in sixteen months, with only eight campus visits. International students are not eligible for the MFAcc program, because the in-seat portion does not meet the in-seat requirements for an international student seeking to study in the U.S. on an F1 visa.
The MFAcc emphasizes practical application, with the goal of preparing students for career advancement. The program’s curriculum was designed by practicing forensic accountants, and all instructors are active practitioners.
MFAcc students benefit not only from the expertise of experienced instructors, but also from shared experiences with a diverse peer group. This interdisciplinary offering allows students to join a network of professionals in a variety of fields, including accounting, finance, management, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, law, and computer science.