The John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics offers three graduate programs. Each area of study provides students with exceptional preparation for a career in business. Detailed information about the major requirements for each degree, are can be found by clicking the links below.


Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Earning a MAcc degree gives you better career opportunities in accounting and management and satisfies the education requirements of the Utah Certified Public Accountant Licensing Act for sitting for the CPA exam. Many of today's accountants are turning their MAcc degrees into opportunities to work as vice presidents, CEOs and CFOs in today's business world.

As an MTax graduate you will have the taxation, accounting, and analytical skills sought by public accounting firms, government entities and private industry. Taught by professors with degrees from two of the top tax programs in the nation, our classes bring real-world scenarios to the classroom and teach you how to adapt to a continuously changing world that requires flexibility, creativity and discipline. 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Have you thought about earning a master's degree, but aren't sure which program is right for you? One of the most sought-after degrees is a Master of Business Administration because it prepares you for a management or executive-level position in the business or public sector.