The Master of Forensic Accounting - ASO Program

The Master of Forensic Accounting - Advanced Standing Option (ASO) will allow DIFA graduates advanced standing for six of the ten MFAcc courses. This means that if you successfully complete the four new MFAcc courses, and an August residency session in 2018, 2019 or 2020, you will be awarded an MFAcc degree.

The University plans to offer the ASO in 2018, 2019, and 2020 only.

In 2018, a concentrated one-term ASO will be offered. Two new courses will be taught online, commencing in early May and finishing in late June, with the other two new courses beginning online in early July and finishing at the residency session from August 14-19.

Each course will be taught one evening per week, but the 2018 program will require a commitment of 2 evenings per week plus the 6-day residency at UTM. In 2019 and 2020, a two-term ASO will be offered in which the four new courses will be offered one-at-a-time, followed by the residency in August.

List of Course

The tuition for the ASO is $10,000 CDN (plus residency accommodation and travel costs), which will bring your total expenditure for the DIFA plus the ASO to approximately the same level of tuition as the MFAcc. The MFAcc-ASO application is available at https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca/

Filling in the Application

The MFAcc - ASO Program is offered by the Institute of Management & Innovation.  You must select this as the Gaduate Unit.

You will then be able to select the Master of Forensic Accounting - ASO Program, listed as PG MFAC1 as your degree program.

Documents that will be requested:

  • application fee
  • official transcript is not required, ignore this request
  • English Proficiency Test is not required
  • 2 letters of reference are required for the ASO program
  • a copy of your resume or cv
  • the year of graduation from the DIFA program

Further instructions will be provided once an applicant registers their application on the on-line system.

Application Deadline

Applicants applying for admission to the MFAcc - ASO Program must complete the on-line application by April 16th. All applications should be received as early as possible as there is limited space available. 

Late applications will be accepted on a 'space available' basis only. Review MFAcc Admission Requirements prior to filling in application.

Application Fee

A fee of $300 is required with the online application submission.

Are you Ready??

Applicants who want to apply for the Master of Forensic Accounting should click on this link - on-line application system.

Find out more...

Email:  mfacc@utoronto.ca
Call:     905-569-4331

An Online Information Session for the ASO program is scheduled for Tuesday March 6th at 7:00 pm EST.  Fill in the form to receive more information and an online link. mfacc.utoronto.ca/mfacc-aso-information-session