Category: MAcc

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As the second quarter has wrapped up, my CPA journey has as well. I started studying for the CPA in end of May/beginning of June of this year and I am so happy to say that I was able to finish them all before 2022. That was a goal of mine, to leave the CPA in 2021. I took REG, FAR, AUD, and finished with BEC. I recommend this order because REG is a healthy mix of both conceptual and mathematical questions, whereas FAR is mainly all math and AUD is all conceptual. BEC is its own thing, but I felt this order was very beneficial to me.
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Jumping into a one year graduate program carries the potential to become quite overwhelming with fast paced classes and adjusting to higher level coursework. However, Fisher makes this transition seamless for students! Whether an OSU undergraduate student or incoming from another campus, the resources available to Masters students set them up for success.
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Every accounting majors know of the CPA exam. The daunting task of completing four less than fun exams within a set time period. It's something your work requires, and no one looks forward to it. For those of you who don't know much about the CPA exam, it stands for Certified Public Accountant and is a four part exam one must take in order to become a CPA.
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During the Master of Accounting program, you spend most of your time in Gerlach Hall. Most days you might only have a small break between class, work, and group projects to grab food so I am going to walk you through some of my favorite places to grab food on and near campus.   KSA Cafe
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If you have been following along with my blog posts than you’ll know that I am a combined BSBA/MAcc student, meaning I attended Fisher as an undergrad for my first three years of college and am now taking my upper level accounting courses in the graduate program to get both degrees at the same time. This means that I have experienced Fisher as both an undergraduate and graduate student.