The tuition for the Class of 2018 is still being determined. Textbooks and supplies are additional costs to be paid by the student. On average, the One-Year MAcc Program tuition increases approximately four percent (4%) each year. This is an approximation, and the actual increase may be slightly more or slightly less each year. The same program tuition is charged to all applicants regardless of residency.
A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required to accept an offer of admission to the One-Year MAcc Program. This deposit will be credited toward your Fall tuition payment.
Tuition payment due dates are listed on the Bursar’s schedule. Fall tuition is typically due in August, Spring tuition is typically due in December, and Summer tuition is typically due in May.
It is possible to meet the 150 credit-hour requirement without receiving a master’s degree or any other graduate degree. If you are a Pennsylvania resident, then the tuition cost of taking undergraduate courses beyond those required to meet the Bachelor of Science degree, but which serve to satisfy the 150 credit-hour requirement, may be significantly less than the cost of enrolling in the One-Year MAcc Program.