Valuation Curriculum

Your future starts here.


The Vanderbilt MAcc Valuation Program is a full-time, intense, one-year program that begins in August each year. Small class sizes and courses taken with MBA, MS Finance and Master of Accountancy program students maximize interaction and learning throughout the program.

Prepare you for success in the CFA and CPA exams.


As a Vanderbilt MAcc Valuation student, you will have the unique opportunity to prepare to sit for both the CFA and CPA exams using the Schweser CFA and Becker CPA review courses. Vanderbilt has partnered with Schweser and Becker to offer review courses on campus. Students sit for both exams concurrent with taking the respective Schweser and Becker courses.

Program Prerequisites


Students must have completed introductory courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, corporate finance, calculus, statistics, microeconomics and macroeconomics; and intermediate-level courses in microeconomics, calculus and statistics from an accredited school, with a grade of ‘B’ or better. Many students are admitted to the program before these requirement are met, with the expectation that requirements will be met before starting the program. Any additional prerequisite requirements will be determined on an individual basis, as some students may need to develop core competencies prior to the start of the program.

*Degree requirements and course information are subject to change. Click here to view the most recent Course Catalog containing academic policies, degree requirements and individual course descriptions for each of our degree programs. Current students should consult YES (Your Enrollment Services), Vanderbilt's online student services application for current course descriptions and course offerings.

MAcc Valuation Curriculum Chart

Immersion Week

Taking place between Mods 1 and 2, Immersion Week is filled with professional development activities. Guest speakers from each of the partner firms will lead discussions about a variety of subjects, such as legal liability, corporate governance, Washington lobbying and fraudulent financial reporting. You will complete the Owen program Online Exploration for Business Information where you learn to evaluate the quality and value of data or information sources and develop a facility with Capital IQ and Bloomberg, preparing you for the duties of your internship. Beyond the classroom, you will have formal interviews each day and social events each night with a partner firm. These events offer unparalleled access to career opportunities through representatives of Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC.