The Fox Master of Accountancy consists of 30 credit hours over three semesters; students will take 9-12 credits per semester. Tuition rates for each academic year are approved by the Board of Trustees and announced by Temple University Bursar’s Office every July. Review details at the Bursar’s Office or view per-credit tuition as a PDF.
Please note that in addition to university-wide tuition and fees, the Fox MAcc program also assesses a one-time program fee with the first semester. Please speak with an admissions representative for specific details.
The Fox MAcc program offers merit-based and financial need-based scholarships for qualified students.
All applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships, provided the application is received by the scholarship deadline. Students do not need to complete additional forms or submit additional application essays or recommendations to be considered for merit-based scholarships. Merit scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate outstanding academic and professional achievement, including overall GPA, accounting GPA, and GMAT scores. Scholarship recipients will be notified shortly after their admission decision has been rendered.
Admitted students who demonstrate financial need as well as academic achievement may qualify for need-based scholarships. To apply, complete the simple MAcc Need-Based Scholarship Application and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by April 15.
Temple Alumni Rewards
As a graduate of Temple University, you’ve worked hard to achieve your educational and professional goals. Because we are committed to your success, the Fox School of Business grants 5% tuition scholarships to alumni who are admitted to the program.
Other Funding Sources
We encourage you to consider other sources of scholarship funding from organizations to which you belong – religious organizations, fraternal organizations, clubs, athletics, unions, employers, etc.
Financial Aid for Domestic Students
Loan Eligibility & Applying for Loans
Citizens and permanent residents of the United States are considered domestic students and are typically eligible for federal student loans as well as supplemental (alternative) loans through private lenders.
Domestic students may file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the upcoming academic semester during the application process, and may only file for private loans after they have been offered admission to the program.
Please refer to Temple University’s Student Financial Services for details about the total estimated cost of program attendance and/or lender information. Student Financial Services assists eligible students in obtaining state and federal government grants and guaranteed loans.
Financial Aid for International Students
International students are not eligible for federal loans, and must use alternative loans as their primary source of funding. Additional information on financial resources for international students is listed here by the Office of International Student and Scholar Services.