Accounting is the language of business and the information provided has the power to drive individual companies and industries as a whole. The Gonzaga School of Business Administration recognizes the importance that accounting holds in the business marketplace and has built a graduate program directed toward meeting the demands of this dynamic field.
Our AACSB-accredited accounting program is geared toward the development of educated, ethical, and well rounded professionals who are ready to contribute to their field immediately upon graduation. Students are challenged in our program to look beyond the numbers and understand the impact of financial information. The hallmarks of our system include a diverse and challenging curriculum, dedicated and knowledgeable faculty, and strong connections to employers in the public and private sector.
The Masters of Accounting (MAcc) program was recently ranked as the 14th best specialty program in accounting in the country by US News and World Report. Additionally, our program graduates generally have a significantly higher first-time pass rate on the CPA exam than the national average. The program's strong connection to employers results in a remarkably high job placement rate after graduation. Explore the faculty links to the left to learn more about each faculty member's area of focus, publications, and background that help to make our program what it is today.