ACU’s top-ranked Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) degree is designed for the 21st century. The business world is more complex, and the public demands meaningful financial reporting. Accountants do not work in isolation, but instead contribute to the business as part of a team. Financial transactions are more sophisticated. Accounting and auditing standards are more numerous and require greater interpretive skills. Technology is altering the way people work, learn and communicate. In about a year’s time, as students prepare for a career in professional accounting, they will develop skills in written and oral communication, teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking. Non-business electives allow them to connect their learning to other disciplines, broadening their understanding of the world around them.