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Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc) Overview

Why MSU Denver's MPAcc Degree?

  • Only 10 classes (30 credit hours) and no thesis
  • Concentrations in high demand areas: Public Accounting, Fraud Examination and Forensics Accounting, Internal Auditing, and Taxation
  • Can be tailored to your professional goals or certifications
  • One of the most affordable MPAcc programs in Colorado and beyond
  • Small class sizes for more one-on-one teacher interaction
  • Evening or afternoon class options
  • Experienced instructors with varied backgrounds in all types of accounting
  • A vibrant and diverse downtown campus that’s near the business district
  • Student from all educational and career backgrounds are encouraged to explore

The MPAcc degree gives you the opportunity to:

  • Refine your critical reasoning skills, leadership talents and your ability to work in a team
  • Develop an ethical basis to assist in adapting to today’s multifaceted business world and making complex decisions
  • Produce high quality, professional-level written and oral communications
  • Use technology applicable to the accounting field
  • Participate in service-learning, applied-learning, internships or get involved in other professional events
  • Do research and refine your presentation skills
  • Develop a sound foundation in regulatory and legal environments

 


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Domestic Students
Semester Packet Due GMAT Date
Spring First Monday in October No later than first week of September
Summer First Monday in March No later than first week of February
Fall First Monday in June No later than first week of May
     
International Students
Spring First Monday in September No later than first week of August
Summer First Monday in February No later than first week of January
Fall First Monday in May No later than first week of April
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