Truman’s Master of Accountancy program takes your professional development to the next level so you are well-prepared for the certified public accountant (CPA) exam. Leverage your accounting expertise with an advanced degree from our fully accredited program.
Excel on the CPA Exam
In combination with an undergraduate degree in accounting (such as Truman's Bachelor of Arts in accounting), our program satisfies the requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. You can earn your master of accountancy degree in one year, and upon graduation, you will be well-equipped for the CPA exam—many of our graduates consistently pass all parts of the exam on their first try.
Benefit from our Demonstrated Excellence
Truman’s School of Business is one of only 178 universities worldwide accredited in both accounting and business by AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business ensuring you are among a community of intellectuals who demand the highest standards—the same high standards employers are seeking.
Pursue More Than Accounting
As a professional accountant, you need the ability to think critically, analyze data, make recommendations and communicate effectively. At Truman, you acquire these skills plus much more through research ventures, professional business organizations, and professional internships. You become a leader, an engaged citizen, a supportive colleague, and a highly capable professional.
Our Graduates Succeed
Truman has a reputation for producing high-caliber accounting professionals who can confidently step into diverse jobs on day one. As a result, our Master of Accountancy graduates are highly recruited nationwide. Some of the places they end up are:
• The Boeing Company
• Caterpillar Inc.
• Department of Defense
• Edward Jones
• Eli Lilly and Company
• Federal Reserve Banks (St. Louis, Kansas City, & Chicago)
• Monsanto Company
• Target Corporation
• UHY Advisors
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