Perks to studying over seas
With many colleges and universities offering hundreds of study-abroad programs, students can visit beautiful places, meet new friends and get a taste of local culture. Yet, accounting students can cast a much wider net and reap huge educational benefits when they spend a semester in a foreign country – and bring this knowledge back home with them. Read >
Questions to ask to see what your grad school can do for you
You’ll be putting a lot of time, energy, and money into your graduate degree, so ask these questions to make sure that it is a good starting place to your hopeful final destination Read >
Should you plan to get an advanced degree?
As you work toward becoming a CPA, there are some other letters you can earn behind your name. Two of the most popular are MAcc (Master of Accountancy) and MBA... Read >
Choosing the right grad school and master’s degree program
Looking for more school after graduation, eh? Additional smarts await you – along with some important decisions... Read >
How will you earn your 150 hours?
The math isn’t that hard for a budding accountant: you need 150 credit hours to qualify for the CPA, but you only need 120 credit hours for an undergraduate degree. That leaves a 30 hour gap that you need to fill. Here's how you can do just that. Read >
Financial Literacy 101
When your savings account is more like a paddle boat than a cruise ship, being smart with your money might be the last thing on your mind. But now is the perfect time to get good with the green--and the plastic--so you don’t sink your financial future. Read >
Tips for making the most of community college and beyond
If becoming a CPA is on your horizon, the quality of your education throughout college and grad school matters. When reviewing your application for licensure, State Boards of Accountancy typically evaluate the quality of your education based on whether your institution and maybe even your business school are accredited. Read >
Get on the track to educate future CPAs
There are two things that all CPAs have in common: 1. They hold one of the most respected credentials available and 2. At some point, they all have been taught by an accounting professor. On your journey to the CPA, you may entertain the idea of following in their footsteps and becoming a professor. Read >
Picking a credible program is a very important decision
As a future CPA, you will be spending a significant amount of time focused on your education, so picking a credible program is a very important decision. At face value, many academic programs have similarities; however, one key factor prospective students should consider is a program’s accreditation. Read >
Here’s why you shouldn’t just rely on faculty rating websites
Picking the right professors for you and your learning style can be an important part of your college—and future—success. So how do you choose the best professors for you? Here are some tips from academic experts: Read >
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