Wednesday, May 09, 2007

TDE - J.M.Tull School of Accounting


The major in accounting is designed to give the student an understanding of the theory of accounting as it is used in our society Students in this major are prepared for accounting careers in private, public or governmental organizations. Accounting education also provides an excellent background for non-business professions such as law, and is a sound basis for advancement to top-level management positions.


The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree prepares students for careers in the profession as well as satisfying eligibility requirements for the Certified Public Accountant's Examination (CPA Exam) in the State of Georgia. The MAcc allows students to continue their studies in the accounting area, specializing in either the Audit, Audit/Systems, or Taxation. Also available for qualified UGA BBA-Accounting students is the Five-Year (BBA/MAcc) Program. This is an "early enrollment" program available only to currently enrolled UGA accounting majors. It allows admission during the student's senior year and the ability to complete the BBA and MAcc degree requirements simultaneously.


The Ph.D. degree in the Tull School of Accounting is designed to prepare students to conduct scholarly research in accounting and to eventually take positions at other research universities. The program is individually planned with each student by his/her major professor and advisory committee. The student and the committee evaluate previous work and designate sufficient coursework to provide the necessary proficiency to do research and teach in the chosen field of specialization.


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