Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Financial Investment

Tuition and Fees

Students are assessed both instructional and non-instructional fees each Spring and Summer term.  Instructional fees are course-based, while non-instructional fees are term based.  For Canadian citizens and permanent residents, the instructional fee is $3000.00 per course.

Year One

Tuition & MAcc Program Fees

$18,000.00

Non-Instructional Fees (Spring and Summer)*

$563.75

Year Two

Tuition & MAcc Program Fees

$18,000.00

Non-Instructional Fees (Spring and Summer)*

$563.75

Tuition and fees are assessed by term and are based on course enrolment.

*Spring and Summer Non-Instructional Fees are subject to change.

 


International Students

For International Students, the instructional fees are $4,200.00 per course.

Year One

Tuition & MAcc Program Fees

$25,200.00

Non-Instructional Fees (Spring and Summer)*

$563.75

Year Two

Tuition & MAcc Program Fees

$25,200.00

Non-Instructional Fees (Spring and Summer)*

$563.75

Tuition and fees are assessed by term and are based on course enrolment.

*Spring and Summer Non-Instructional Fees are subject to change.


CPA Compensation

Earning the CPA designation is a significant accomplishment.  It can also be a financially rewarding accomplishment.  According to the 2015 CPA  Profession Compensation Study Report, the mean annual compensation for a CPA in 2014 was $151,000 (with the median compensation being $108,000).  Compensation amounts do vary based on geographic and demographic factors.  For instance, Alberta reported the highest average annual compensation of any province in 2014, with a mean compensation of $184,000.

CPA COMPENSATION REPORT