Why should I study Masters in Accounting?

Why should I study Masters in Accounting?
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Why should I study Masters in Accounting?


‘Masters in Accounting’ is referred to in one of three ways: Master of Accounting (MAcc or MAc), Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcy, MPA, MPAc or MPAcc) or Master of Science in Accounting (MSA). Masters in Accounting programs usually last one or two years. In either case, students are expected to complete 30 to 36 credit or semester hours in order to qualify for their degree. As a Masters in Accounting student, you can expect to be taught through a combination of lectures, seminar classes, case studies and project work, including a significant amount of independent research, ending in a dissertation. Some students may also be offered the opportunity to undertake a project for an external organization. Following is the list of the top universities in USA for pursuing MS in Accountancy.
University of Illinois- Urbana- Champaign 
Brigham Young University, Provo 

University of Notre Dame 
University of Pennsylvania 
University of Southern California 
Indiana University, Bloomington  
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 
New York University  
University of Florida 
University of Washington 
Michigan State University 
Ohio State University, Columbus 
Seattle University 
University of California, Berkeley 
University of Georgia 
Boston College  
University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Creighton University 
Loyola Marymount University 
Fairfield University 
St. Joseph’s University 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
Wake Forest University 
Bentley University 
John Carroll University  
Texas A&M University
Cornell University 
Arizona State University
University of Alabama 

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