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Academics

Successful business leaders agree: Accounting is the language of business. And that’s just what the curriculum of the UNC Kenan-Flagler MAC Program delivers – fluency with the principles and practice of accounting, and the insight to apply this knowledge with impact. We’re building tomorrow’s leaders in the accounting profession, those poised to make a difference in the business world.

What, and How, You'll Learn.

With world-class professors who know – and share -- what it takes to succeed and a curriculum that delivers what recruiters are seeking, you’ll be ready to make an impact on day one.

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Curriculum Highlights

Our curriculum will give you a unique perspective on business operations: you’ll watch the numbers, follow the money, and learn how things really work. Accounting is cooler than you think!

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Coursework

Our curriculum will prepare you for leadership positions in both public accounting firms and on corporate finance teams, for success on the CPA exam, and for the ever-changing business world.

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Calendars

In as little as 12 months or across as many as 36, depending on your desired pace, you’ll take core courses, concentration courses, and electives, and participate in leadership and recruiting immersions.

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Global Immersions

If you are interested in learning about cultures from around the world and the impact of business on those cultures, you can explore key financial centers around the globe and here at home in the U.S.

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Our Faculty

Our professors do more than just teach the curriculum; they interact at a one-to-one level and invite collaboration. The result: stronger comprehension and deeper engagement with the course content.

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