Ohio - maybe what u should also be worrying about is the lifestyle of a recent accounting graduate. what type of accounting do u plan on practicing after you have your masters? are you thinking of going into big-4?
i'm a cpa and recently removed from the big-4 lifestyle, and i can assure you that if you are looking to start in accounting, the start of such an accounting career is NOT 40-hour weeks. if you are even considering big-4, just know that big-4 is comparable in every way to big law, sans the salary. that means that number of hours worked, with busy season year-round these days b/c everyone is being worked to the bone. and a 60-hour chargeable work week is really an 80-hour working week, with budgets being so tight. that means weekends,some overnights, and travel. it's not an easy lifestyle for the first few years. granted, u would make more with an accounting mba than an accounting bs, but it's still not 6 figures. i could go on and on, but it's difficult to give more info without knowing what you are considering with the accounting mba.
and if you are not considering getting a cpa, u prob should. a cpa, or some other certification (ie cfa, cfp) will be chosen over an accounting mba any day of the week.
i will be going to ls b/c i've been thinking about it for several years. trust me - it's not for the money or the hours worked. i've got it made right now in both those areas (after i put in my required slave labor at big-4), but it's not what i should be doing. i'll keep accounting on the side, as i'm sure it may be useful beyond law school. plus - i love the numbers.
wb if u need more info.