It takes more than a bachelor’s degree to qualify to sit for the certified public accounting (CPA) exam these days. You’ll need another two dozen credit hours, among other things.

So, you could take several additional classes to raise your tally. But doesn’t it make more sense to get a degree while you’re at it? You’re better off with a master’s degree in accounting. It’ll help you hone your skills in a wide range of business disciplines and provide the educational training necessary to sit for the CPA exam. Employers also recognize the quality of our master's program and recruit our graduates.

In the long run, you’ll end up with better credentials, and it takes only a little bit longer.

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