The MAcc degree program at the Wisconsin School of Business prepares you for success as a certified public accountant. Many graduates begin their careers in public accounting, working with clients in an audit, tax, or advisory function. Graduates also choose a variety of roles within corporations, including financial analysis, budgeting, internal auditing, and internal and external financial reporting. Some corporations offer rotational programs that enable professionals to experience multiple roles within that company.
Alumni who have earned the MAcc degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison also work in litigation consulting, in governmental accounting, and as small-business owners.