Dixie State University

Master of Accountancy


The DSU MAcc program is a 30 credit hour program that prepares students for the CPA, CFE, and CMA certification exams and may be completed in 9 months (two semesters).

Program Info


Admission is based on student’s GPA, test scores and/or work experience.

Admission Info

Tuition & Cost

The DSU MAcc program is made up of 10 – 3 credit hour courses. Courses can be taken one at a time, or completed in one academic year.*

*Dixie participates in the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) which allows non-resident graduate students from qualified states to attend a qualified graduate program at 150% resident graduate tuition. Please click on the WRGP link for more information.

Tuition Info

Application Deadlines

Spring Semester Deadline

Application due November 1st

Summer Semester Deadline

Application due March 1st

Fall Semester Deadline

Application due April 1st


The Masters of Accountancy (MAcc) at Dixie State University (DSU) is designed to educate, develop and train future accounting professionals, providing them with the highly technical skills sought after by industry and the educational content necessary to sit for the CPA Exam. Students pursuing the graduate degree in Accounting from DSU will be prepared to provide tax, accounting and business advisory services, administer tax laws and analyze financial reports and data. The curricular focus is to prepare students for corporate and public accounting, government, finance and industry related positions.

  • Value Added Skills: Conceptual, technical, and analytical skills
  • Opportunity: Interaction with practitioners and clients
  • Highly Interactive, Student Oriented Learning Environment


Dr. Derrick Esplin

MAcc Program Chair

Email: DerrickEsplin@dixie.edu

Phone: 435-652-7926

Office: Hazy 132

Paula Alger

Graduate Program Manager

Email: Paula.Alger@dixie.edu

Phone: 435-879-4996

Office: Hazy 305