MASTER OF ACCOUNTING
Beginning in the fall of 2016
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The world’s financial markets are demanding greater corporate transparency and higher quality financial reporting. As a result, there is a need for highly-trained accounting professionals with critical thinking skills and integrity. Come be a part of it!
The Jones Graduate School of Business is thrilled to announce the return of the Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree, beginning in the fall of 2016.
The Jones Graduate School of Business is relaunching its one-year Master of Accounting (MAcc) program, beginning in fall 2016.
Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business has received a $2.5 million gift to launch the James S. Turley-Ernst & Young Leadership Development Initiative. This new initiative will help Rice to re-establish its Master of Accounting (MAcc) program — subject to the approval of the Rice Faculty Senate — and train future business leaders in the accounting profession.
When Tim Griffy started college, he was focused on a different path than his eventual career. “Most kids don’t aspire to become accountants when they grow up. I was no different. I wanted to be a lawyer.” Until he took his first accounting course. “I really enjoyed it.”
In October of 2012, the Jones School accounting group emerged in the thick of transformative business thought when the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) hosted its third public meeting on auditor independence and audit firm rotation at Rice University.
After more than 35 years in the auditing profession, I have consistently failed to describe to non auditors and accountants what we do. Here goes another attempt!