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photoIn 2010, UNIBusiness students' first-time CPA pass rate on all four sections was more than six times the national average.

Start your accounting career with a strong competitive edge: a Master's in Accounting degree.

The UNI MAcc program emphasizes applied accounting research skills, communication skills, problem-solving capabilities, and other skills and knowledge required to be a successful professional accountant in public accounting, business and government. Program completion also satisfies Iowa's 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure.

Earning a master's degree significantly enhances prospects for long-term success and promotion in the accounting profession. If you have a cumulative GPA of over 3.0 and have performed well in upper-level accounting courses, consider applying to the MAcc program.

The UNI MAcc program, which has a competitive selection process, offers smaller class sizes where students work in teams making presentations, performing research, doing financial statement analysis, and completing a variety of writing assignments. All classes unique to the MAcc are taught by tenured and tenure-track faculty members who have significant experience in their discipline and in practice.

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In 2010, UNIBusiness students' first-time CPA pass rate on all four sections was more than six times the national average.

Start your accounting career with a strong competitive edge: a Master's in Accounting degree.

The UNI MAcc program emphasizes applied accounting research skills, communication skills, problem-solving capabilities, and other skills and knowledge required to be a successful professional accountant in public accounting, business and government. Program completion also satisfies Iowa's 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure.

Earning a master's degree significantly enhances prospects for long-term success and promotion in the accounting profession. If you have a cumulative GPA of over 3.0 and have performed well in upper-level accounting courses, consider applying to the MAcc program.

The UNI MAcc program, which has a competitive selection process, offers smaller class sizes where students work in teams making presentations, performing research, doing financial statement analysis, and completing a variety of writing assignments. All classes unique to the MAcc are taught by tenured and tenure-track faculty members who have significant experience in their discipline and in practice.

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Academic Excellence | Master of Accounting

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In 2010, UNIBusiness students' first-time CPA pass rate on all four sections was more than six times the national average.

Start your accounting career with a strong competitive edge: a Master's in Accounting degree.

The UNI MAcc program emphasizes applied accounting research skills, communication skills, problem-solving capabilities, and other skills and knowledge required to be a successful professional accountant in public accounting, business and government. Program completion also satisfies Iowa's 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure.

Earning a master's degree significantly enhances prospects for long-term success and promotion in the accounting profession. If you have a cumulative GPA of over 3.0 and have performed well in upper-level accounting courses, consider applying to the MAcc program.

The UNI MAcc program, which has a competitive selection process, offers smaller class sizes where students work in teams making presentations, performing research, doing financial statement analysis, and completing a variety of writing assignments. All classes unique to the MAcc are taught by tenured and tenure-track faculty members who have significant experience in their discipline and in practice.

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