SPOKANE, Wash. – U.S. News and World Report has positioned Gonzaga’s Graduate Accounting program the thirteenth best in the country.
This positioning is an impression of the Gonzaga Master of Accountancy and Master of Science in Taxation programs, which as of now select around 100 students.
“We are regarded to be viewed as extraordinary compared to other graduate accounting programs in the nation for the 7th time over the most recent nine years. This positioning is one sign of the quality of our faculty and students. It also indicates our solid status with peer foundations all through the nation,” said Gary Weber, Ph.D., director of Graduate Accounting Programs.
100% of the 2017 alumni from the Master of Accountancy and Master of Science in Taxation programs secured work in the accounting business within 3 months of graduation.
71% of those students passed the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) exam on their first try, putting them well over the national average of 45%. These scores sent Gonzaga to the main 35 broadly for first-time CPA exam pass rates for substantial programs.
“Our educational modules and general scholarly condition are designed to create accounting graduates who are in fact all around arranged, have extraordinary basic reasoning skills and moral pioneers in the profession. Regular with our Jesuit personality, we are glad for our graduates for their incredible proficient success as well as for the numerous commitments they make in support of others,” said Weber.
For more data about Gonzaga’s master’s level projects in business and accounting, visit the Gonzaga Master of Accountancy and Master of Science in Taxation programs on the web or contact Haley Topliff at (509) 313-7047.