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Accounting Degrees

J.M. Tull School of Accounting offers four different degree options to help you meet your career objectives.

BBA - Accounting

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Our BBA in Accounting provides a solid foundation for the MAcc program and serves as a launch pad for almost any business career. Our graduates are highly valued in the marketplace. With nearly 100% of accounting majors employed within three months after graduation, our students are well-positioned to secure a rewarding career opportunity.

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BBA/MAcc and Double Dawg BBA/MAcc

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If you’re a current undergraduate accounting major at UGA and are interested in pursuing a graduate degree, you are eligible to apply to the 5-year BBA/MAcc program during your senior year.

The 5-year program allows you to satisfy requirements for both the BBA and MAcc degrees concurrently.

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PhD- Accounting

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Research in the J. M. Tull School of Accounting focuses on issues of importance to the accounting and business community, such as the impact of accounting information on capital markets and on the behavior of decision-makers within firms.

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 MAcc

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Our Master of Accountancy program consistently ranks among the nation’s best, and for good reason—we educate some of the best business minds in the accounting profession. Our graduates consistently boast one of the top 10 CPA pass rates in the country and enjoy a nearly 100% placement rate every semester at some of the world’s top employers. The in-depth knowledge and technical focus of our rigorous curriculum is unmatched and our graduates are highly recruited.

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Private equity firms earned a reputation in the 1980s as corporate raiders. But a recent University of Georgia study found modern buyouts generate profit because they supply what small and mid-sized businesses need to thrive: capital.

Two Terry College of Business professors in the J.M. Tull School of Accounting were appointed to endowed chairs and professorships following approval by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.

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