Accounting continues to be recognized as one of the world's leading professions. Numerous companies conduct on-campus interviews because our graduates are known for their excellent work ethic, knowledge base, and willingness to contribute. Von Allmen School of Accountancy students are a primary source of talent for all of the international, national, regional, and local CPA firms and corporations. Over 90% of our graduates who sit for all parts of the CPA exam, consistently pass all four parts of the CPA exam in the year of graduation. For the Class of 2015, this percentage was 94%. Also, 95% of our domestic students from this year's Class of 2016 accepted a job offer by the semester they graduated and 100% of our domestic students accepted a job offer within two monts of graduation.
The Master of Science in Accounting (MSACC) degree at the University of Kentucky offers students a program of advanced study in accounting. The program provides preparation for professional positions in public accounting, industry, and other organizations. When coupled with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and satisfactory completion of prerequisites of undergraduate courses in accounting, the MSACC allows students to prepare for the CPA exam while they complete their graduate courses which are offered in lock step with the CPA exam. Specifically, the program’s objectives are to:
Fall Application Deadline - March 15 for international students, July 20 for domestic students
Prof. John Smigla
Director of Graduate Studies
Gatton College of Business & Economicsjohnsmigla@uky.edu
Gatton College of Business & Economics
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