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For questions about the MPAcc Program, please contact ClemsonMPAcc@clemson.edu.

New! Announcing the School of Accountancy's Fellowships for Underrepresented Students

Join us at one of our free monthly information sessions (offered during the Fall semester only) to learn about admissions requirements, see the facility and meet faculty and staff.
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The admission requirements and process, prerequisites, student responsibilities, curriculum, course calendar and course descriptions are detailed in the MPAcc Program Handbook.

Why become a CPA?

Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) are among the most respected and trusted professionals in business. The CPA credential signals your technical ability and personal commitment to the accounting profession, providing you with a distinct advantage when you are landing that first job and when you are later competing for promotions. Whether you want to work in corporate accounting or public accounting, CPAs are in high demand.

Top 5 Reasons to be a CPA


1. Prestige and Respect

2. Career Development

3. Career Security

4. Job Satisfaction

5. Money and Benefits

Clemson University's MPAcc program is uniquely designed to prepare you to succeed on the CPA exam and will help you meet the challenges of any accounting career path you take.

Want to learn more?

Request Information

For questions about the MPAcc Program, please contact ClemsonMPAcc@clemson.edu.

New! Announcing the School of Accountancy's Fellowships for Underrepresented Students

Join us at one of our free monthly information sessions (offered during the Fall semester only) to learn about admissions requirements, see the facility and meet faculty and staff.
Register for an information session.

The admission requirements and process, prerequisites, student responsibilities, curriculum, course calendar and course descriptions are detailed in the MPAcc Program Handbook.

School of Accountancy
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