Are MAcc programs as strict on the requirement for past work experience?
I know most MBA programs usually require at least a couple of years of professional experience prior to being accepted. I'm curious though if this holds true to M.Acc programs since most people who plan to do it, usually are only doing it to qualify for the CPA exam (150+ credit hours). I personally am wanting to just go straight into a MAcc program after graduating with my undergrad, so I'm curious how realistic of expectations those are?
Specifically I'm wanting to go to UGA, so not nearly as competitive like ivy league business schools.