MPAcc – Master of Professional Accountancy
Master's Degree

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Overview


The Kelce College of Business offers a Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc) degree for Kelce BBA accounting students interested in advanced studies in accounting. The MPAcc program consists of 24 credit hours plus 9 credit hours transferring from the BBA degree. Students may apply for admission to the MPAcc program after completion of specific BBA accounting coursework. The MPAcc program provides opportunities for advanced study in the areas of tax, financial analysis/strategy, and accounting information systems. The program provides a strong foundation for students desiring accounting certification (CPA) at an affordable advantage to other regional schools. Typically, the MPAcc can be completed in two semesters.

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  • Admission

Admission to the MPAcc is based on undergraduate GPA, specific coursework performance, and acceptance into the PSU graduate studies program. Further information concerning the MPAcc program at Pittsburg State University may be obtained from:

Dr. Bienvenido Cortes
Associate Dean/MBA Program Director
Kelce College of Business
Pittsburg State University
1701 S. Broadway, Pittsburg, KS 66762
Telephone: 620.235.4594
Email: mba@pittstate.edu or bcortes@pittstate.edu

 

Program Guide
  • Course information will be available in August.

About Kelce College of Business


The Kelce College of Business offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. The MBA is a professional program designed to prepare future business executives for the workforce. The Pitt State MBA degree has four emphases or concentrations: general administration, international business, accounting, and human resource development.

The MBA program consists of traditional face-to-face classes, online, and hybrid courses. The program consists of 30 credit hours (seven core courses and three electives). Each semester half of the core MBA courses are offered online and the other half traditional. In the following semester, the courses are switched, i.e., the traditional in-class courses will become online. Thus, there will be three delivery systems: a student may take all the core courses in-class, all online, or a mix.

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