Master of Accountancy Student Blog
At some point in time, while preparing the documents for acceptance into my online macc degree program, it occurred to me that the application process was going to be the easiest part of my new adventure. That was a rather di
In the past, when I listened to other professionals talk about their experiences while earning their master’s degrees, it seemed like the group projects were what they remembered most. This past fall, I braced myself while pulling up the syllabus for my first class, hoping that there would not b
You know the challenge…trying to get more than two people together to meet or work on projects can be daunting. As part of a master of accountancy online education community, students may exist in multiple time zones and have other life commitments that created the need for an online education. Students require flexibility in the online education world, but also have to create an environment of cohesiveness in order to complete assigned group projects effectively and on time. Below are tips and tricks for completing online programs.
Demanding job, wife, mom, church volunteer, aging parents, friends, life demands so much of our time. School alone can be overwhelming, but The University of Scranton’s online Masters of Accountancy program is top notch if the decision to go back to school is in your future. There were two big drivers in my decision to attend The University of Scranton…accessibility and flexibility.
Whether looking to enhance resume skills by adding to existing knowledge of your profession, earning an advanced degree or finishing something started years earlier, The University of Scranton has a place for you. As a professional in the field of finance with both a Bachelors and a Masters degree, the drive to attend school was based on a desire to obtain enough accounting hours to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. After researching many schools and talking with many educators, the choice was clear and easy to enroll at the University of Scranton.
At the ripe old age of 47, I found myself in a rather unhappy predicament related to my career. My family life was as close to perfect as I deemed possible, but let’s face it, most adults spend a significant amount of life at work. Being an optimistic sort, I knew I needed to make a change. I