I decided to pursue my MAcc at Ross because the program prepares students to succeed both personally and professionally. The MAcc curriculum allows for a lot of flexibility, which is nice because students can take courses that best align with their own unique interests. Also, your education at Ross isn't confined to the classroom; students participate in the Sanger Leadership Impact Challenge and the E&Y Accounting and Public Policy Symposium. These experiences, along with so many other opportunities offered by Ross, ensure that students leave the MAcc program with an appreciation for the complexity of business and the leadership skills necessary to make a difference in society. Please feel free to contact me, as I would be happy to share more about my Ross experience!
Thanks to the guidance and support of the wonderful MAcc faculty and staff, I will be completing a one-year post-graduate technical assistantship at the FASB. Whatever your career aspirations may be, I believe you will find people at Ross who are dedicated to helping you achieve success.
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), Postgraduate Technical Assistant, Norwalk, CT
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