MACC Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid

Master of Accountancy Tuition and Fees

Application Fee for Master of Accountancy
The Master of Accoutancy program has a one time $55.00 application fee.
Summer 2020 Tuition and Fees
For a list of Master of Accoutancy Summer 2020 tuition and fees, see the summer cost of attendance web page.
Fall 2020 & Spring 2021 Tuition and Fees
Master's Tuition$564.00rate is per credit
Graduate Student Fee*$100.00per semester
Graduation Fee$150.00one time
Course Fee(s)VariableSee class schedule
Note: All listed charges are subject to change without notice by the College. Additional charges may apply based on enrollment status and room & board charges (see Cost of Attendance 2020-2021).

*Supports technology, student services, use of Hunthausen Activity Center and access to campus events

Refund Policies*

Students wishing to drop from masters courses with beginning and end dates which do not correspond to the full semester schedule are required to direct their request to the Registrar's Office. This must be done prior to the first scheduled class meeting in order to receive 100% refund of tuition. A 50% refund* of tuition will be granted if written notice is received according to the following schedule:

  • 5 week module- within the first 5 calendar days of the module
  • 6 week module- within the first 6 calendar days of the module
  • 7 week module- within the first 7 calendar days of the module
  • 8 week module- within the first 8 calendar days of the module

*program, laboratory, course, workshop, and new student orientation fees are non-refundable

Summer 2020 Refund Policy
For a list of Master of Accoutancy Summer 2020 payment due dates and refund policies, see the summer cost of attendance web page.

 

Fall 2020 Refund Policy
CourseStart DateDrop & Receive 100% refundDrop & Receive 50% refund
BA-503 Financial Accounting (7 week module)Wed, Aug 26Tue, Aug 25Tue, Sept 1
BA-511 Tax Research/Practice (7 week module)Wed, Aug 26Tue, Aug 25Tue, Sept 1
BA-507 Advanced Accounting Topics (8 week module)Wed, Oct 21Tue, Oct 20Thu, Oct 29
BA-521 Advanced Taxation Topics (8 week module)Wed, Oct 21Tue, Oct 20Thu, Oct 29

Note: Spring 2021 refund policies are still being finalized.

Master of Accountancy Financial Aid

Financial aid administered by the Financial Aid Office is designed to assist students in paying for their expenses associated with earning a graduate degree. Financial aid is available to assist in paying for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and the student's living expenses while enrolled. Students may qualify for federal work, and loans only. Graduate and Post Bach students are not eligible for any Carroll College gift aid or tuition benefits.

A graduate program student may be eligible for graduate level, Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan limits based on their annual FAFSA results and aggregate loan limits ($20,500 annual limit). First time Stafford Loan borrowers must complete a Federal Direct Stafford Loan, Master Promissory Note (MPN). Graduate students may also be eligible for a Federal Graduate PLUS Loan whichis a loan available to graduate students who need extra funding after receiving the annual maximum in Stafford Loans. These are credit based loans. Each year a graduate student may apply for a Graduate PLUS Loan using the online application form at studentloans.gov. First time Graduate PLUS borrowers must also sign a Master Promissory Note (MPN).  Federal Work-Study may be available for those that qualify.  For information regarding aid at Carroll, view our Federal Loan Financial Aid webpage.