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Part of recruiting is dealing with rejection. Career Consultant Dawn Shaw explains why you can't take it personally.
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U.S. News and World Report ranked Texas MPA the #1 graduate accounting program in the nation, making it 8 years in a row we've topped the list!
Our internationally-renowned faculty provides a rich academic experience through a combination of innovative research, dynamic curriculum, and experienced mentorship.
The Master in Professional Accounting program at the University of Texas at Austin is widely recognized as one of the leading graduate accounting programs in America by U.S. News and World Report and the Public Accounting Report.
Our dedicated career services staff works with students to develop their career goals. These professionals are one of the reasons why so many Texas MPAs receive job offers before graduation.
By networking with recruiters, creating internship opportunities, and sponsoring career fairs and events, McCombs makes sure that all our students have a leg up in an increasingly competitive job market. And since each student has his or her own unique definition of success, we tailor career paths around each individual’s strengths and ambitions.
Already have a bachelor’s degree? Our Traditional MPA is for you. Earn your Master in Professional Accounting in 12-18 months.
Earn a BBA degree in Accounting and an MPA degree from McCombs School of Business. The Integrated MPA option saves both time and money.
Combine your studies and attain a BA in Economics and a MPA degree in 5 years. The ECON-MPA option makes it happen.
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