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Accounting Academics

accounting-academics

Our accounting programs are centered around helping you get the most out of your education for the professional business world.


Undergraduate

Business Students B.S. in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) - Accounting Concentration (120 hours)

The B.S.B.A. degree with an Accounting concentration is an option for students that prepares them for many jobs in the workforce.

 

Integrated Accounting Program: B.S.B.A degree plus Master of Accounting (MACC) degree

The Cook School’s integrated B.S.B.A./MACC offering is a five-year program which allows students to complete both the B.S.B.A. degree with a concentration in Accounting and the MACC degree while maximizing University and outside financial aid. Both degrees are awarded upon completion of 150 hours according to University and Business School degree requirements.

 

Supporting Area in Accounting

Instead of selecting accounting as an area of concentration, undergraduate business majors may pursue accounting as a Supporting Area to gain additional expertise.


Graduate

MACC - Master of Accounting

The SLU Master of Accounting program will help students enhance not only their professional accounting skills, but also develop strong technical skills, including analytical, problem-solving and communication skills´╗┐.

 

MBA - Accounting Emphasis Master of Accounting Degree

Another strategy for students who wish to sit for the CPA exam in states such as Missouri, where the 150 hour requirement applies, is to pursue the Master of Accounting Degree. For more information on the program or scholarship opportunities, you may view frequently asked questions.

 

Integrated Accounting Program

Obtain a MACC degree in conjunction with a B.S.B.A. degree in the Cook School’s a five-year program which allows students to maximize University and outside financial aid. Both degrees are awarded upon completion of 150 hours according to University and Business School degree requirements.

 

JD/MACC Dual Degree

The Saint Louis University School of Law and the John Cook School of Business jointly administer a JD/MACC dual degree full-time program. Graduates of SLU’s dual JD/MACC program earn both a Juris Doctor and a Master’s Accounting, and the dual degree program allows students to receive both degrees faster than if they pursued them separately.´╗┐