Wilson College has three graduate programs: a Master of Accountancy (MAcc), Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree and a Master of Arts in Humanities degree. The M.Ed. is open to men and women who teach at the elementary or secondary level and want to advance their careers either in the classroom or school administration.
The Wilson College Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program provides students with solid foundation in accounting and related subjects. It is designed to produce graduates who will be successful regardless of their career paths, and who are prepared to assume managerial positions within their employer organizations.
To be admitted to the Master of Arts in Humanities program, candidates must have completed a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning. If the degree was not received in a traditional humanities field, the student will be required to meet with the director of the M.A. in Humanities program before admission can be granted. Further, an insufficient background in the humanities may result in the student being required to take selected undergraduate coursework before they are admitted to the program.